Gallery Artist
Marc Felten

The work of Marc Felten takes its roots in the tradition of the study and the representation of the human body. This is an original universe influenced by drawing, graff, street art and illustration. Meaning, excessive, energetic paint, the body is clearly displayed, in all its violence, often showing hybrid creatures like man-animals or man-animal-machines.

Working from drawings, stencils and of photos, Marc Felten changes the picture, deform the image to engender new anatomical forms. Then he realizes his composition, in the instinct, freeing his creative strength with brushes and spalters to give birth to strange characters, building literally a new beeing, a new body ...

MARC FELTEN lives and works in Strasbourg, born in 1954

 

Exhibitions (Selection)

  • 2017          St-Art with Galerie Bertrand Gillig
  • 2017          Salon du livre de Nancy, Invited Artist and creation of the Billboard of the event
  • 2017          Galerie Arte Veritas, Angers, Solo-show
  • 2017          Cri d'Art, Metz (F) Solo-show
  • 2017          Art Karlsruhe (D)
  • 2016          Scope Basel (Switzerland) International Art Fair - Solo-show with Galerie Bertrand Gillig
  • 2016          Art Karlsruhe International Art Fair with Galerie Zaiss (Germany)
  • 2016          Elementelle - (Austria)
  • 2016          Pas si Love 3 Galerie Bertrand Gillig (France)
  • 2016          Privat Art House - (D)  Schiffart - Rottweil (Germany)
  • 2015          Art Up, International Art Fair, Lille, with Galerie Nicole Evin (France)
  • 2015          Art Karlsruhe International Art Fair with Galerie Zaiss (Germany)
  • 2015          Galerie Crid’Art, Metz (France)
  • 2015          Galerie Nicole Buck - Strasbourg (France)
  • 2014          Art Karlsruhe International Art Fair with Galerie Zaiss (Germany)
  • 2014          Salon de Montreuil, Art Fair, Paris - Solo-show (France)
  • 2014          Galerie Schwab Beaubourg - Paris 
  • 2014          Art Lille, International Art Fair, Lille, with Galerie Nicole Evin (France)
  • 2014          Art Luxembourg (Luxembourg)
  • 2014          Galerie Titus Koch - Schloss Randegg (Germany)