French artist Julien-G’s work plays with contradiction, seeking a cohesive way to deal with opposite forces: drawing vs colour, narration vs abstraction, high culture vs low culture, spirituality vs humor. Like visual haikus where the sacred meets the trivial, his series function with humorous offset strategies.

Displaced #4, acrylic, collage and block printing on paper mounted on canvas, 78 x 140 cm, 2020
King Kong and Louboutins, Giclee print on archival paper, 42 x 48 cm, 2020.
Skies & Tiretracks #6, acrylic and printing oil on Arches paper mounted on canvas, 150 x 200 cm, 2016
Requiem #2, ink, oil and acrylic on Arches paper mounted on Canvas, 110×110 cm, 2015.
Musica Universalis #5, 50X65cm, collage and LP imprints on BFK Paper, 2013

Drifting L#2, ink, oil and acrylic on Arches paper mounted on Canvas, 110×220 cm, 2011.