Thierry Diers, French Plastic Artist, painter & architecte
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Thierry Diers, French Plastic Artist, painter & architecte
Dess(e)in, Exhibition from December 9, 2011 to February 12, 2012 at the Galerie Duboys, Paris 3ème
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We are glad to invite you all to the opening of our next show. Dess(e)in from Th...

We are glad to invite you all to the opening of our next show. Dess(e)in from Th... | Thierry Diers, French Plastic Artist, painter & architecte | Scoop.it
We are glad to invite you all to the opening of our next show. Dess(e)in from Thierry DIERS. December 8, 6pm.
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Thierry Diers

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Thierry Diers: he defines himself today as a “plastic artist”: an architect for 20 years, an ever long painter, out of vocation, out of an imperious necessity. He put his talent as a student gifted for drawing (he got the “Great Distinction” at the Saint-Luc Institute in Tournai, Belgium, which is awarded once a decade) at the service of the design of spaces (his architecture was recognized and awarded a prize in 1992).

His creations are present in numerous companies’ collections : Peugeot Automobiles, BNP Paribas, Firmenich, France Telecom, Herta-Nestlé, Kleber Palace, KPMG, Martell & co, Pernod-Ricard, Vivendi…, in Institutions : the Contemporary Art National Fund, the Independent University of Brussels, the Alaanbaataar National Gallery… and in the collections of well-known private collectors…

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Galerie Duboys - A venir

Galerie Duboys - A venir | Thierry Diers, French Plastic Artist, painter & architecte | Scoop.it

The “Dess(e)in” exhibition unveils Thierry Diers’ productions which have never been shown to the public before: among these originals, some of them old ones, like these plans of the Desert Palace
for Prince Sultan in Taïf which he built during the day and on which he painted at night. Or like this cycle of the “Impossible Design”… unlikely objects which are challenges to the understanding, jewels of feature and humour. These designs are to be found on all sorts of supports : drawing paper, cardboard, canvas, fabric but also on glass… and reveal the turmoil of a boiling creativity.

 

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