At, Gasediel, concrete, filler, acrylic, transfer on canvas, 76.5 x 101.5 x 3 cm.

Gasediel is a figurative artist who creates rich and exuberant cement paintings on canvas.  The artist collects various scenes and features from any hidden and decrepit wall of the city, which are then joined to create poetic wall scenes.  Gasediel was trained as a painter at the Versailles School of Mural Art. Based in London for the past two years, Gasediel continues to work with decorative painting techniques associated with the original process that has been personally developed over time.  These works are inspired by the whole mystery hidden in the colourful torn-posters and graffiti left on the walls of forgotten back streets. After covering each canvas of real cement, Gasediel uses the trompe l’œil technic to recreate the look and feeling of time passing, of weather-worn surfaces that we are accustomed to see in urban areas but to which we do not pay attention.  Gasediel’s ambition is to perpetuate the spontaneous, poetic but also ephemeral and salvage testimony of the everyday life written on city wall.

Additional information

Weight 4 kg
Dimensions 102 × 70 × 4 cm

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