Barack Obama


Edition of /20 + 5 AP
Screen print on paper
Signed and numbered by the artist
Keaykolour Original 250 g/m2 paper
75 × 56 cm

SIGNED € 110.00


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A native of France, Julien Raffin (1985) has been living and working for the past eight years in Asia. Currently based in Hong Kong working for a multinational corporation, he has been pursuing his passion for art as a form of self-expression on the side, almost secretly, despite having had no training in the field. He began studying photography around ten years ago in a bid to capture his surroundings while living abroad. He later refined his interest for visual creation through the medium of collage. His work with the latter technique has been exploring a deeply-set interest in understanding the iconic status of people and events that have helped shape the current era. Reflecting a diversity of influences in terms of both concept and composition, his collage works offer a poetic array of still, yet dynamic, narrative moments capable of instantly conveying historical context but also emotion and a sense of playful wonderment. “Disconnected” is the first major exhibition featuring his work.