Guillaume Moschini

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FRANCE, 1970

Guillaume Moschini tackles the question of his profession as a painter without hesitation. He relies totally on colour. He creates his forms with a free hand, with a sure and precise gesture. Guillaume Moschini’s palette is lively and contrasted: harmony of yellow and green, orange and blue…but also more muted chords, from beige to grey. The shapes are the simplest: two unbalanced rectangles with large breaths given by the whites or unbleached tones of the virgin canvas. The two shapes are then only a murmur, just a few contour lines in negative, eaten by the colour. The colour mixed with ink and acrylic is very fluid and each time it is given differently on the canvas.