Artists Diane and Theodore present an intense series in multiple forms, expolring the relationship between two entities, into "MythoErotics". As the artists collaborate their ideas to produce this exhibition, they express juxtaposing thoughts and feelings that reflect freedom and entrapment, quest and surrender, hunting and hunted. The aim of the artists’ project is to analyze the superficiality inherent in sexual tension as well as explore the limitless depth of Greek and Mesopotamian primitive myths that mirror an individual’s personal or universal mythology. 

The medium in which this site-specific installation is created includes wallpaper that consists of large-scale drawings by the artists that will cover 190 square meters of the gallery. The public is given an extraordinary opportunity to view the cohesiveness and futurist dimensions of this monumental wall installation in its most artistic form.


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Diane is a French graphic designer and art director who received her education primarily in modern literature, after which she studied graphic design and art histor at l’École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. Having then received her Master’s in Communications at Sciences Po, Paris, Diane has worked in multiple prestigious companies including Hermès, Ruinart, Azzedine, Alaïa, Dior, and L’Oréal. Her diverse interests and experience grants her limitless talent in various creative fields from print and web design, to scenography and illustration, not to leave photography and writing behind. 

Theodore is of Greek origin who moved to Paris during childhood and developed his education around music and obtained a law degree at Sorbonne University as he studied sculpture at the National School of Fine Arts in Paris. His spectacular ink drawings and wooden figures have gained his world recognition as well as the depth of his work in other mediums such as video art, installations, objects, street art, political and poetic posters. 

Boite Noire Gallery Pacific Design Center, 8687 Melrose Avenue, Space B222, West Hollywood, CA 90069

MythoErotics at Boite Noire Gallery

When
Until February 24, 2017
Where
Boite Noire Gallery
Pacific Design Center, 8687 Melrose Avenue, Space B222, West Hollywood, CA 90069

Artists Diane and Theodore present an intense series in multiple forms, expolring the relationship between two entities, into "MythoErotics". As the artists collaborate their ideas to produce this exhibition, they express juxtaposing thoughts and feelings that reflect freedom and entrapment, quest and surrender, hunting and hunted. The aim of the artists’ project is to analyze the superficiality inherent in sexual tension as well as explore the limitless depth of Greek and Mesopotamian primitive myths that mirror an individual’s personal or universal mythology. 

The medium in which this site-specific installation is created includes wallpaper that consists of large-scale drawings by the artists that will cover 190 square meters of the gallery. The public is given an extraordinary opportunity to view the cohesiveness and futurist dimensions of this monumental wall installation in its most artistic form.


DSC05358.JPG

Diane is a French graphic designer and art director who received her education primarily in modern literature, after which she studied graphic design and art histor at l’École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. Having then received her Master’s in Communications at Sciences Po, Paris, Diane has worked in multiple prestigious companies including Hermès, Ruinart, Azzedine, Alaïa, Dior, and L’Oréal. Her diverse interests and experience grants her limitless talent in various creative fields from print and web design, to scenography and illustration, not to leave photography and writing behind. 

Theodore is of Greek origin who moved to Paris during childhood and developed his education around music and obtained a law degree at Sorbonne University as he studied sculpture at the National School of Fine Arts in Paris. His spectacular ink drawings and wooden figures have gained his world recognition as well as the depth of his work in other mediums such as video art, installations, objects, street art, political and poetic posters. 

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