Antoine Duchenet’s interdisciplinary work is a study of arrangement, process and space. He reworks structures and features from everyday objects into abstract paintings that reference serial elements of Pop Art. The results are familiar and yet unidentifiable motifs that create a new symbolic language and open a window into another space.
Works from this artist
Antoine Duchenet was born in Caen, France in 1995. He now lives and works in Paris and Caen, France.
Antoine Duchenet’s work is part of public collections, including the FRAC Normandie.
Duchenet studied at the École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts (Paris) and École supérieure des arts et médias (Caen).
His work has been featured in exhibitions at Centre National Edition Art Image (Paris), SECONDroom (Antwerp), NIGHTTIMESTORY (Los Angeles), ArtLacuna (London), Atelier W (Pantin), Galerie Tatiss (Lyon), Galerie 24B rue St Roch (Paris), L’artothèque espaces d’art contemporain (Caen) and the Maison des arts de Grand Quevilly (Grand Quevilly).