French artist Arnaud Liard recently completed a brand new urban art mural on the streets of Paris, France.
Coming from the Parisian graffiti scene, Arnaud Liard is a multiple artist, mixing several areas of creation to obtain a surprising result. In a universe that is his own, he defies the boundaries between artistic disciplines and offers a work as personal as universal.
His various researches lead him little by little to new textures and more figurative subjects, with always, the desire to integrate this so-called “street” aesthetic where he comes from. With the will of finding the wall appearances that he continues to shape here and there, he coated his canvas with cement before applying his pictorial work. Arnaud Liard’s works evoke his interest in architecture, the city and his subjects that he photographes since his adolescence. Images that serve as a frame for a thousand and one stories when, in his studio in Paris, the artist turns into a director, mixing and remixing his stolen subjects in reconstructed urban landscapes. Eternal explorer, Arnaud Liard starts from figurative to abstraction following his inspirations, each time taking a new look on his closed environment, at the same time subject, muse and model.
The piece was organized by Elise Herszkowicz and the good people from Art Azoi.
If you pass by Paris, the piece can be found at “Les Plateaux Sauvages”, 5 Rue des Plâtrières in the 20th district.