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The beautiful Tuileries Garden is a public garden located between the Louvre Museum and the Place de la Concorde in the 1st arrondissement of Paris. Created by Catherine de’ Medici as the garden of the Tuileries Palace in 1564, it was eventually opened to the…

La fusion complexe des réalités intérieures et extérieures vus sur et à travers le verre semblent lutter pour attirer notre attention. Finalement, elles réussissent prodigieusement à nous fasciner par la symphonie abstraite des formes, des couleurs et des lignes comme aussi par la vision des…

This painting was originally a figurative representation of Opera Bastille in Paris. From the beginning, I was not satisfied with the result so I decided to retouch it inspired mainly by Gerhard Richter who did the same thing with many paintings that he wasn’t happy…

A funky new piece by B.I., where History wanna be modern by dressing in funny electric colors.

It is yet another representation of a historic site in a fantastic atmosphere … A History that looks from the future, a History that is modern and chic in its new electric’ colors veil. The result is this “Contemporary” look of an intentional, euphoric kitsch…

A new piece, Figuration Hallucinatoire parisienne, from my seriest Arts de rue Bonaparte. The first art work for 2020

The painting was primarily inspired by, and it is a visual representation of the aura the Parisian fashion world of the “Haute Cuture”. Above all, it is an immage mirror of the hype fashion district of rue Saint-Honoré and its surroundings. It is one more…

A kind of abstract, Neo Dada, mixed media, maximalist drawing … completely in opposition to minimalist art … The spirit of “Less is Bore”. Executed with fun, asphalt lacquer, and industrial paints…

One more old painting transformed … with industrial paints and destructive gesticulation, the work becomes completely in tune with the artist’s current mindset.

Another hallucinating portrait of Paris. Here we have an ultra sophisticated and unconventional representation of the mythical Café ‘Les Deux Magots’, located on Place Saint-Germain-des-Prés.A table, “Game-Changer” which will amaze you without mercy, when you face it and will feel it in real life. An…

No, this is not an abstract painting! It is simply a landscape.No style, No story, No nothing …A little Neo-Dada, a little Richter, full of colors and I don’t know what else…

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