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Between pixels and Pop art, here is the pixelated universe of Mr Kitsh, a painter coming from the graff, member of the Spraylab collective.
Drawing his inspiration from the printing screens of newspapers and the pixels of screens, Mr Kitsh perpetuates a tradition of art history that goes from the mosaic of antiquity to the pointillist movement, and closer to us of pixel art. By exaggerating the basic unit to define his pixels that he paints one by one, the artist leaves the subject to be guessed on his large format canvases, it is up to the viewer to reconstitute the image.
The artist through his works multiplies the winks to the cinema and pop art, reinterpreting quotes from films such as "The Shining" or "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly".
The theme of the train is his other favorite subject.  Historical support of the art of graffiti, the train is treated here under a precise angle since it is only the old model of railcar Z 6100 that Mr Kitsh represents each time.

Art Gallery, ARS ESSENTIA, Beaune, Bourgogne, France.

portrait puzzle
Le bon
les jumelles
train BB
Le train
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