A French Opera dancer hears he won't dance again...
The Leading Salons of the World invites you to come discover young painter Silvere Jarrosson, At Life Gallery.
Silvère Jarrosson was born in Paris in 1993. He graduated from the Paris Opera Ballet School and then turned to abstract painting. His works explore the expressive possibilities of acrylic set in motion. In 2012, he worked with the painter Wilmer Herrison, whose work on optic art has influenced his own creation. His long and lonely hikes across deserts (the Gobi, the Atacama) or forests (Amazonia, Malaysia) are also part of his creative drive. Since 2014, Silvère Jarrosson has presented his work in galleries in New-York, Paris and Berlin.
Silvère Jarrosson’s work is a reflection on space and movement, physical as well as psychological. It is inspired by American abstract expressionism (including action-painting like that of Jackson Pollock or Simon Hantai), by lyrical abstraction (Zao Wou Ki, Chu The Chun, the Japanese Suminagashi technique) and by his own practice of dance.
Triptyque : No man’s land 11, 12 13
Guam 2 20" X 27.5"
Coma 8 20” x 20”
Exhibition continues until August 1, 2015
At LIFE Gallery
617 W 27 Street, New York, NY 10001
Currated by The Leading Salons of the World