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Remy Hysbergue is a French painter who currently lives and works in Paris.
For 30 years he has devoted himself to abstract painting. His work resembles an extremely complex, multi-layered and experienced analysis of colour harmonies, which he counteracts with disturbing factors and breaks.
In his latest works, Remy focuses in particular on materiality and the analysis of color according to its light and luminous effects. In the color application, he oscillates between different degrees of pastosity and different techniques. The sharp separation of individual areas of colour and form, as can still be observed in Hysbergue's earlier works, increasingly dissolves in his more recent œuvre; Hysbergue turns completely to abstraction. For Hysbergue, abstract painting represents a counterposition to today's flood of images: "The depiction of reality creates images, and the images have long since become obsolete. There are too many photos, too many mass media. The image has suffocated itself."
Each work has its own surface structure, its own colour application and creates its own unique colour landscape.
Hysbergues works are in private collections as well as international institutional collections such as the Museum Ohaara (Japan), the Fonds National d'art Contemporain (Paris), the Collection Société Générale (Paris) or the Musée des Beaux Arts d'Angers.
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SHADES OF BLACK -Black is the most ambivalent of all colors. In fact, black isn’t a color at all, but appears when all colors are brought to their darkest value. It is the absence of light, representing the primal fear of nothingness, death and isolation, yet it is associated with infinity, silence and elegance. Black can seem threatening or stabilizing when the world is about to turn upside down. It is ever-present and timeless, though mysterious and magic. In the light of day, black is authoritative, bold and powerful. Its intensity and violence disclose best when interacting with its counterpart white, just think of Picasso’s Guernica or Male