Philippe Deliere

7 01 2016

I borrow your pictures to create mine, trying to recycle advertising into some kind of beauty and add some sense to the non-sense.





Philippe Deliere

6 04 2015

An artist who works out of Paris. Philippe Deliere has the wonderful advantage of living in a city where people breath art. He states his mission as recycle visual images from the pulp as art. His work is always interesting. Each collage like a story. And I think he is one of the artists who would do well in cafe conversations. Where people could discuss and argue about his work.





Philippe Deliere

7 09 2014

I borrow your pictures to create mine, trying to recycle advertising into some kind of beauty and add some sense to the non-sense.

This is Mr. Deliere’s artist’s statement. Short, concise. To the point. His work is more about story telling. And the work seems very aggressive. Always there is at least one figure addressing the viewer. And often enough it is aggressive. The pieces often seem like dream stories. Almost mythic. (I think I might be going over the line there.) But I like this Frenchman’s work.

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Philippe Deliere

5 09 2013

I borrow your pictures to create mine, trying to recycle advertising into some kind of beauty and add some sense to the non-sense.

This is Mr. Deliere’s artist’s statement. Short, concise. To the point. His work is more about story telling. And the work seems very aggressive. Always there is at least one figure addressing the viewer. And often enough it is aggressive. The pieces often seem like dream stories. Almost mythic. (I think I might be going over the line there.) But I like this Frenchman’s work.

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Philippe Deliere

4 06 2012

An artist who works out of Paris. Philippe Deliere has the wonderful advantage of living in a city where people breath art. He states his mission as recycle visual images from the pulp as art. His work is always interesting. Each collage like a story. And I think he is one of the artists who would do well in cafe conversations. Where people could discuss and argue about his work.

That’s what I said the first time I blogged about this artist. His collages still hold a story. A conversation. But on reflection they seem less interesting. Perhaps because they are all the same style? Or the same mags? I’m not sure. But they do seem to go stale… too quickly.

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Philippe Deliere

24 12 2011

An artist who works out of Paris. Philippe Deliere has the wonderful advantage of living in a city where people breath art. He states his mission as recycle visual images from the pulp as art. His work is always interesting. Each collage like a story. And I think he is one of the artists who would do well in cafe conversations. Where people could discuss and argue about his work.

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Philippe Deliere

4 07 2011

I borrow your pictures to create mine, trying to recycle advertising into some kind of beauty and add some sense to the non-sense.

This is Mr. Deliere’s artist’s statement. Short, concise. To the point. His work is more about story telling. And the work seems very aggressive. Always there is at least one figure addressing the viewer. And often enough it is aggressive. The pieces often seem like dream stories. Almost mythic. (I think I might be going over the line there.) But I like this Frenchman’s work.

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