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Bilal, Tattoo (réhaut) by Enki Bilal - Original art
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Bilal, Tattoo (réhaut)

Original art
1998
Mixed Media
Réhauts de pastels sur fond d'impression
90 x 65 cm (35.43 x 25.59 in.)
Tattoo version Oxymore (2012)
L'affiche du Festival
Détail
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Comment

Sérigraphie grand format, réhaussée aux pastels à la main, en 32 exemplaires tous différents, par Enki Bilal pour la Galerie Christian Desbois en 1998.
"Tattoo" est le personnage utilisé par Bilal pour l'affiche du festival du film "Travelling Tokyo".
Le dessin original a été subtilisé durant une exposition. Enki a repris "Tattoo" dans le cadre de sa série "Oxymores" (2012), en peinture grand format, l'adaptant à ses réflexions artistiques actuelles, de splendide manière (image additionnelle ci-dessous).
Dimensions de la sérigraphie: 65x90 cm.
Images aditionnelles: Tattoo version "Oxymores, la sérigraphie encadrée, ainsi que deux détails. Et l'affiche du Festival du film "Travelling Tokyo".
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About Enki Bilal

Enki Bilal, the son of a Czech mother and a Bosnian father, spent the first nine years of his life in Belgrade, where the ghost of World War II still haunted everyday life. The Bilal family moved to Paris in 1961, where Enki Bilal was drawn to comics and cinema. He started at Pilote in 1972, making illustrations, covers and short stories. Three years later, Bilal met writer Pierre Christin, with whom he created several comics by combining comic strips with photos, including 'Légendes d'Aujourd'hui', 'La Croisière des Oubliés' and 'Partie de Chasse'. In 1980 he began his award-winning 'Nikopol-trilogy', including the books 'La Foire aux Immortels', 'La Femme Piège' and 'Froid Équateur'. Besides these comics activities, Enki Bilal started working in film, theater and opera. He created sets, costumes and posters for a theater play and worked on two feature films. Apart from these and other occupations, like photo retouching and glass painting, Bilal published 'Le Sommeil du Monstre', the first installment in his Hatzfeld tetralogy, in 1998. He published the last volume of this series about the the breakup of Yugoslavia from a future viewpoint, in 2007. Text (c) Lambiek

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