Olivier Nottellet

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FRANCE, 1963

His works combine monumental wall paintings, installations and classical works on paper. He also creates objects.
As usual, the artist begins the stories without ever truly crystallizing them into a precise narrative. The things circulate among themselves, they dialogue, they question each other while responding to each other. The painting space confronts with the drawing space and vice versa. The signs, the parcels of the images come to nest or to lean on a coloured, painted plot which seems to hold them.
An absurd language emerges from the set, with an apparent sweetness that the sharpest, chiselled accents come to disturb. They are incomplete images, suspended from the crossed sight that the visitor is invited to multiply without end.