Paris is the capital of great gastronomy, design, fashion, and culture. The city of love is mainly filled with great history, some of the world’s most amazing museums, and whilst wandering around this iconic city either inside or outside a building, you will certainly find great contemporary art by the most amazing French artists.
While you are staying in Paris for the honorable tradeshow Maison et Objet, I Lobo You has compiled a list for the most curious and true art lovers that cannot stay at this capital and not explore it to the artistic fullest!
Seth Globepainter aka Julien Malland is a Parisian street artist who uses a wide variety of mediums, including paintings, sculpture, and tapestry, known worldwide for his contemporary art portraying child-like figures in colorful situations.
Jules de Balincourt
Jules de Balincourt has established for himself a multi-layered artwork that questions structures of influence and power.
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Started during the ’80s and immediately got the deserved recognition for his truth-telling stencils/portrays, Jef Aerosol or originally called Jean-François Perroy is one of the French artists that up to this date continues fascinating everyone that passes by his paintings.
One of the most famous French ‘painters’, Tilt and his Panic Room are internally recognized. His contemporary art is filled with colorful splashes, lines and letters, a style that is so typical of the French artist that it’s impossible for his work to not be recognized.
Remed or Alby Guillame is recognized for his poetic, brightly colored canvases and large-scale murals of strong shapes.