Known for her female faces and animal heads, MC grou has a colourful and original singularity, a constantly evolving approach that she refines. Daughter
of an artist, she has developed her own stencil technique. With ideas in her head,
she feels ready to colour the city.
Le Breton stands out from the new movement of contemporary painting, combining
abstraction and figuration to create lyrical works inspired by cinema. In the midst
of washes, stains and brushstrokes, torn between beauty and drama,
the characters resonate with the artist's suggestion, a paradoxical vision of the world, where disorder reigns with style.
Tone, Anthony Livet, is a painter of French origin with an address in Montreal.
Deeply urban, he draws his inspiration from the city. He uses mixed techniques,
a mixture of painting, graffiti and collage, on wood and other media. His works are
an ode to women, the city and nature.
An artist who produces in a spirit of research art, he has no aesthetic or stylistic constraints. His art is mainly figurative, adorned with a colourful and fragmented abstract background. The animals in his creations stand out for their realism, their colours and their ability to reach people.