Jérôme Spiesser is a professional painter. He works on aesthetics and symbolism, theories of a simple, abstract art. He continues the study of colors, shapes, materials and compositions initiated at the beginning of the 20th century by Bauhaus artists, constructivists and neoplasticians, such as Giorgio De Chirico, Vassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Piet Mondrian, Théo van Doesburg or more recently Auguste Herbin, François Morellet, Pierre Soulages, Ioannis Lassithiotakis, Jenna Krypells… He differs from them by a more airy, poetic work, in search of universal beauty. His approach plays in particular on the contrast between a diffuse, flat background and the superposition of paint, resins and metals within primary geometric shapes. The used of lines fixes the forms in reality, directs the lighting. It is a return to the original symbolism of the elements.
The works of Jérôme Spiesser have been presented in numerous personal exhibitions, notably in Paris and Angers. He regularly participates in the main major French contemporary art fairs (Art Capital, Paris Autumn Fair etc.), but also in more intimate fairs (Spring Fair in Trélazé, West Lyonnais Fair, Independents’ Fair in Rouen etc.). His works are also presented in several Parisian galleries, such as the Etienne de Causans (25 rue de Seine, 75006 Paris) and Thuillier galleries (13 rue de Thorigny, 75003 Paris). Several newspaper articles have been devoted to him, as well as a report on France 3 television channel.
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