Born in 1972 in Lyon.
Pierre-Olivier Arnaud creates works of art (photographs, posters, neon displays, magazines) from found images in which he questions their impact in terms of content as well as their means of production and distribution. His representations are drawn from our daily world, saturated as it is with images, and reworked through a process of desaturation that leeches out the values of the blacks and whites. The prints are generally offsets on paper, which are then pasted to the wall like posters or strewn on the floor. The use of dark grays, while concealing the surface, lends the works a physical, formal individuality, a density in which the subjects, whether blindingly bright or spectacular (fireworks, palm trees, light halos, stars, etc.) struggle to emerge. Arnaud thus creates a new, desublimated reality.
GALERIE DES GALERIES prend en charge de nombreux navigateurs
mais il semble que celui-ci soit obsolète,
veuillez utiliser le navigateur Google Chrome ou bien mettre à jour votre navigateur.
GALERIE DES GALERIES supports many browsers
but it seems that it is obsolete,
please use the Google Chrome browser or update your browser.