Shanghai 1900 Beijing

Nostalgia Shanghai 1900 Beijing

COME BACK 年的上海和北京的怀旧La nostalgie peut souvent être décrite comme une forme d'amour ou de respect pour le passé. Pour certains, ce sentiment peut être lié à des souvenirs heureux ou à des moments uniques partagés avec leurs proches et leurs amis. Quand on regarde Beijing et Shanghai en 1900, la nostalgie prend une nouvelle signification.Shanghai et Beijing représentent pour moi des lieux intimes intemporels liés à mes propres souvenirs de mon héritage, de la culture française ✯ 怀旧往往可以被描述为一种爱或尊重过去的形式。对于一些人来说,这种感觉可能与快乐的记忆或与亲人和朋友分享的独特时刻有关。1900年我们看北京和上海时,怀旧就有了新的意义。上海和北京代表了我对我自己对法国文化的记忆,与我永恒的亲密地点。 ✯ Nostalgia can often be described as a form of love or respect for the past. For some, this feeling may be related to happy memories or unique moments shared with loved ones and friends. When we look at Beijing and Shanghai in 1900, nostalgia takes on a new meaning.Shanghai and Beijing represent timeless intimate places for me linked to my own memories of my heritage, of French culture ⁀ ✯ ☆҉‿➹ 裱框喷罴打印Framed pigment print50 x 50 cm80 x 60 cm 

As an artist living in China since 2015, starting in Beijing and now in Shanghai, I am trying to express my love for China through creations, photography, digital art and sculptures, combining French and Chinese cultures or elements.

I am also fascinated by our cultural heritage and like to search what could be in common between French and Chinese cultures. Nostalgia and Humanity are as well very important in my inspiration to create artworks bridging different worlds and especially past and present like in the series "Souvenirs du Présent", "Opéra du Silence", "Imagine", "Train for the past" or the series that I present today : « Harmony ».

« Harmony"

I worked on the series « Harmony » during the hard lockdown in Shanghai last year. I used old 1920s newspapers that I got from a Chinese friend collecting old China Daily issues, and created characters based on photographs I shot at a Beijing Opera backstages. Being in harmony with oneself requires to know his cultural heritage, to be centered on today's temporality, knowing oneself to be able to go to a clear future. "Harmony" begins with a reflection on the theme of memory and memory, taking place in imaginary between the past and the present.

Each composition is unique and suggests a personal exploration towards a state of freedom, peace and harmony. With "Harmony", I want to invite the viewer to go beyond the boundaries between the past and the present and focus on the fundamental love that binds our cultures. Each work is made on a black & white base with a touch of color and soft materials to create a contemplative and poetic atmosphere.

Through my work, I try to bridge the gap between the past and the present, and to celebrate our cultural heritage, but also to highlight our modernity and perspectives.