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Deeply inspired by the variety of the African culture, this young artist
likes to impregnate heat of the colors of Africa, regaining the shapes
arabesques and the line for contour. Using the support glass, it
explores the impressionist pictorial combinations by the analysis of
contour and the form. True priesthood, it is through the study of the
form and contour that it is exerted with the quasi abstract
representation of its characters. The subjects of its œuvres approach
the tragedies varied which the continent could know African. Thus, it
is between cheerfulness, hope and drama that is located the many ones
of its œuvres; as " the escape of the dove " translating the Rwandan
génocide in 1994 which made more than 1.5 million deaths, or well the
hope in the future of youth and the support towards the woman
(carrying hope) through " glance on Africa " or well " Women of Africa
". And finally, the joy and the happiness of the family and cultural
values who are translate with through " equips with Mouna ", " the
village of Wawaya ", without forgetting the many portraits like " line
and contour 1 and 2 " or " Babacar ", " Touareg " and very recently in
October 2005 " Navarro and Jean-Philippe Lenfant. Currently with
Beautiful arts of Worthy, Yann BIZIOU renews its experiment one year
later with same Hairdressers MARIO through his exposure entitled "
Shades of Africa " of 25 Octobre to December 2 2005.
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