Cyril de Commarque
Represented by MTArt Agency, Cyril de Commarque is a French artist concerned with human development, hubris and potential. Living and working in Rome, Commarque has travelled extensively throughout Europe, and in the past has called London and Berlin home. Internationally renowned, his practice provides a critical enquiry into: technology, political discourse and action as well as the existential threats facing modern humans in the Anthropocene age. His installations are challenging and cathartic, providing an immersive experience for the audience and drawing on personal and societal symbolism to layer meaning. De Commarque work has featured in prominent solo and group shows at the Saatchi Gallery, Venice Biennale, Macro Museum, Grand Palais, Fondation Louis Vuitton, Bibliothèque Nationale de France and Fondazione Giorgio Cini.
Selected Solo and Group Exhibitions
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London, UK.
‘Artificialis’, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK.
‘Sweet Harmony’, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK.
‘Art of Treasure Hunt’, Tate Modern, Liverpool, UK.
Treeline, Artist Residency, Capalbio, Italy.
‘Fluxland’, Totally Thames Festival and the City of London, London, UK.
‘Frontiers’, Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Rome, Italy.
‘Analog’, Blain Southern Gallery, Berlin, Germany.
OroRecycled plastic and polished metal
O2Polished mirror, plants and neon lights 250 x 122 cm (Edition of 5)
Diptique , 2021Acrylic on canvas 250 x 374cm
Primitive IIMaple wood 270 x 88 cm
Primitive IIIMaple wood 290 x 56 cm
UntitledAcrylic on canvas 42 x 34 cm
Neon LightsEdition of 5
Diptique , 2021Acrylic on canvas 250 x 374 cm
I-01Acrylic on canvas 220 x 100 cm
I-02Acrylic on canvas 220 x 100 cm
I-03Acrylic on canvas 220 x 100 cm
I-05Acrylic on canvas 220 x 100 cm
UntitledAcrylic on canvas 34 x 32cm
I-04Acrylic on canvas 220 x 100 cm
UntitledAcrylic on canvas 43.5 x 56cm
UntitledAcrylic on canvas 45.5 x 45.5 cm
The Lovers of PompeiiRecycled plastic and polished mirror metal
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