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Révolutions 17-ⅠⅠ, plexiglas, painting, nylon, 150(l) x 40(d) x 180(h) cm, 2011,

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Révolutions 17-Ⅰ, plexiglas, painting, nylon, 150(l) x 40(d) x 180(h) cm, 2011

Didier Mencobini

June 21 - July 13, 2019

Didier Mencobini's artwork, which encompasses a variety of materials ranging from large and small objects, canvas, paper, textiles, and plexiglass, to seemingly diverse, has a common point of being the result of experiments in a consistent context. His formative experiments develop with changing rules. Unlike his predecessors who did abstract art in the past, radically showed only one form, Mencobini constantly compliments his own formative language and develops various forms of work.

Throughout his 40 years of his work, Mencobini has continued to experiment with abstract art and has produced aesthetically meaningful works. Therefore, his work can remain as an art that can leave an impression on the audience, not just a passing visual trend. This can be seen from the collection of his works in the Center Georges-Pompidou in Paris, France, which is one of the leading contemporary art museums in Europe, as well as national art galleries throughout France. This is because art museums operated in the country organize their collections by carefully selecting works of great social and art history.

Another characteristic of his work is that he can find 'pleasure', an element that is seldom found in contemporary art. There are many layers of beauty. From the superficial beauty to even the sublime beauty can be felt. His art comes from the flow of ideas. It comes from change and rupture, the divisions and variations that it has made itself. His work guides viewers to an abstract path that lies in complete freedom and enjoyment.

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Double Révolutions I, Double Révolutions II


No.2009, 80 x 116 cm, Oil on canvas, 2020


Installation View, Didier Mencobini artwork


Installation View, Didier Mencobini artwork


Installation View, Didier Mencobini artwork

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