Alëxone / Grégory Decock
Alëxone "Gros comme une Maison" / Paintings and works on paper
French born Graffiti artist Alëxone has been working since the early 90’s in Paris. In 1995, he starts to develop his calligraphic work on walls all around Europe under the name of “Oedipe”. In the year 2000, he starts to introduce characters in his work and becomes Alëxone.
For his first show in Geneva, Alëxone brings along with him very colored and calligraphic paintings and a new series of large drawings. His works are made with great care and requires a long and meticulous preparation. Using natural and homemade pigments, glaze, resin, spraypaint, fluorescent ink, pasted papers. The show "Gros comme une Maison” will lead us into the artists surrealist universe.
Grégory Decock "Du Gentle Man, j'ai le style et les gants" / Installation
For his first wall installation at the Speerstra Gallery in Geneva, Grégory Decock presents "Du Gentle Man, j'ai le style et les gants", an installation made of pink gloves especially made by the french luxury glove’s factory Georges Morand. A reference to the pink plastic household gloves, used by Graffiti Writers while out painting on the streets.
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