Bazevian Bazevian

Bio

I’m a French artist, living in the south of Brazil. 29.11.77
I grew up under the auspices of art because both my mother and grandmother were artists.
Even if I’mgraduatedin mechanical and industrial design, I finally chose my way to the visual arts.

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Artworks

PACHAMAMA GLOSOLI 004

Oil and acrylic on canvas

80 x 120 cm

PSXXI MADONNA

oil and acrylics on canvas
80×80 cm

THE END

oil and acrylics on canvas
80×80 cm

PACHA MAMA

oil and acrylics on canvas
120×80 cm

PACHA MAMA GLÓSÓLI 003

oil painting oil pastels and acrylics on canvas
120×80 cm

NIKI DE ST PHALLE

oil and acrylics on canvas
80×80 cm

PSXV

oil on paper framed
56,5×72 cm

PS3

oil pastels and acrylics on canvas
40×60 cm

PS4

oil pastels and acrylics on canvas
40×60 cm

PS5

oil pastels and acrylics on canvas
40×60 cm

PS6

oil pastels and acrylics on canvas
40×60 cm

PS II

oil pastels and acrylics on canvas
40×60 cm

Curriculum

I’m a French artist, living in the south of Brazil. 29.11.77
I grew up under the auspices of art because both my mother and grandmother were artists.
Even if I’mgraduatedin mechanical and industrial design, I finally chose my way to the visual arts.
I focus mostly on portraits, because the face is a vital part of how we express ourselves. «Face is language and meaning.It is obviously the location for the expressions and emotions which give information about the character.” Istarted a long series of studies of homeless people and orphans when the economy was struggling in 2011. “These faces area kind of “stigma” of life,full of wrinkles … Then, there’s also the look that catalyzes the expressions and emotions. Thus, he communicates with the viewer.
However, the face is also the only part of the body that is normally exposed and naked. We can’t hide it in our society. “So every day, when we look at faces, they talk. Moreover, when we look at a face, we choose to accept the social conditions of this person.” That’s why the portrait has a significant place in my work.
I also work on face of female models in the magazine advertising. They aresynthetic from popular culture. These faces are already embedded in our memories and they are part of our imagination.
Moreover, these two types of faces talk to us!

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