MUSH

MUSH (1988)

Fusion 2.1

Concerned with detail, "THE STRIPS" have become his handwriting and the signature of his works.

MUSH, whose first name is Alban, is a French artist trained in graphic design.

His graphic base, "Les strips" is a detail that he works on in his first works. His imprint today.

FUSION 2.1 is a tribute exhibition to his GRAFFITI culture.

His Pink Panther works tell his own story. MUSH identifies with the character in the film in which he is portrayed. Thus, Sreet Heart, represents the love of his life; Pimp My Car, the customization of a Ford Mustang.

His beginnings It was at the age of six that he fell in love with painting. Curious and creative, he decided to study plastic arts and visual communication.

Already in primary school, his poetry drawings stand out. In secondary school, his talent was confirmed in art classes. At the age of 21, he realized his first performance during a vernissage in a gallery in Boulogne Billancourt. At 28, he participated in a collective exhibition Urban and Street Art with the greatest: Basquiat, Keith Haring, Blade, Crash, Dondi White, Futura, etc. In 2019, he will create a work on a 6 x 3 metre palisade for BNP PARIBAS REAL ESTATE.

The support is a material for the painting.

Passionate and determined, he creates and renews himself constantly. On walls, trucks, iron curtains, fences and even on canvas, nothing escapes him. The support is a material for the painting. Exhibited among the greatest in the field, he has established himself in the art world with a recognisable style in both abstract and figurative.

Concerned with detail, "THE STRIPS" have become his handwriting and the signature of his works.

Fusion 2.1

This exhibition, born of confinement, reveals the chemical and organic evolution of MUSH's work through works that are more acidic and colourful than the others. 20 mixed media works on canvas and 3 editions on art paper are presented.

From large acrylic on canvas to his latest production 2021: vertical works presented in triptychs - Tutti Fruts - square formats - tangled bamboo and contrasting stripes. An exhibition of works that are both complex and harmonious - a reflection of the artist's thoughts during this period of confinement over the past year. Works in shades of blue, light and shadow, pop art.

Urban art on canvas with positive energy!

Covid-19 obliges, the entire exhibition will be presented online, and visible by appointment at the gallery.

On the occasion of his solo show, Mush has produced three digital works on art paper, numbered and signed, in 20 copies.

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