As part of the 2020 edition of Pasteurdon, this object inspired by researchers and customised by Etienne Bardelli is auctioned. The funds raised will be used to fund research.
Etienne Bardelli aka Akroe is a French artist and graphic designer born in 1977. He lives and works in Paris.
He articulates his work around production and industrial aesthetics, inspired by its mechanisms and illusions. He thus forges links between the arts-applied, to which he was trained, and a personal production of installations, paintings and photographs These works produced in-situ or / and doomed to be abandoned interact both in space and with the connotations of the place.
His many experiences in the fields of music and fashion have also allowed him to develop a singular and meticulous graphic vocabulary.
His work has been the subject of exhibitions in France and abroad, he produced several monumental works during the “Nuits blanches de Metz” 2010, 2011, and installed a 1,000m2 stage work for the Blida Art Centre in Metz in 2013, collaborated with the Centre Pompidou Metz and exhibited his works at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris, the Cluny Museum in Paris, at the Palais de Tokyo and during a trip to Nantes in 2015...
Follow him on Instagram: @etiennebardelli
Credits: Institut Pasteur - François Gardy photos
- Etienne Bardelli
- Title of artwork
- Blouse Pasteurdon
- Mixed media
- As new
- Image size
- 33×50 cm
- Sold with frame