Oil on canvas
134 x 162 cm
Condition report available
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For more than 20 years Vincent Corpet in his “Analogies” has been playing with our visual perceptions. We follow his trace in this conceptual journey in the centre of image. With his series “Fuck Maîtres” he reinvents the cultural heritage of Swiss Masters such as Hodler, Füssli, Liotard or Balthus, for which he reappropriates the subject matters and transforms them according to his analogical thinking. He overtakes the closed space of the canvas using original images. This intellectual disassembly puts our perception of form in question. It is not a transmission of knowledge, rather an appropriation of knowledge in order to operate introspection, an initiation to mental journeys in the visual sphere. Adding colours and forms by superposition or inversion allows metamorphosis to happen. Humour, derision, praise and poetry are never far in this quest of the origin of image. The artist leads us on the traces of memory and subconscious in an energetic rhythm.
Private Collection, Switzerland
Galerie Charlotte Moser, Geneva
Vincent Corpet is a prominent Parisian artist whose approach may be best described as a retroactive postmodernism. Upon first impression, his sprawling canvases seem at once familiar yet off-kilter. Reacting to the art history canon, appropriating and subverting icons from ... see the artist page