Hungarian born painter Franyo Aatoth lives in Paris and in Rairakhdhammatchart (Thailand). Thanks to his friendship with Victor Vasarely and his son, Yvaral, he collaborated with the sculptor Ervin Patkaï for 5 years. He created numerous visual works for ARTE channel and for the renowned French Rock group "Noir Désir". He then wrote "Le petit Ivre rouge" (The Dictionary of the traveling barflies) in 18 languages and released several editions between 2000 and 2011. He actively engages in artistic creation and his works have a widespread international exposure. Franyo featured in exhibitions in Europe, America and Asia, with solo shows in Paris, Budapest, Chicago, München, Canton - Republic of China, Ulaanbaatar - Mongolia, etc. What stroke the visitor the most after meeting Franyo is his ability to convert objects into entertaining and colourful works of art.
Even though he settled in France years ago, Franyo is, indeed, a born traveller. He navigates through Asia for months every year to work and find new ideas near open water. He permanently revitalizes his sources of inspiration and share them with us through new art pieces, some of which you will have the chance to see during this solo show. Don't miss!!!
55, rue de Bellechasse
M° Solférino, Varenne
Phone : +33 (0)1 75 57 39 39
Mobile : +33 (0)6 98 22 15 15
Mail : Info@55bellechasse.com
Internet Site : www.55bellechasse.com
|Date:||Monday, July 30, 2018|