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The New Light - Mark Hachem Gallery
In past show

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Freedom, dynamism, aggression, impulsiveness, spontaneity and a great mastery of the palette, are the defining elements in Marc Guiragossian’s paintings. Beyond the apparent rigor and intensity of his brush strokes lies a serene harmony of space and color, translating with great clarity the inner movements of his compositions. In this way, the artist comments on the growth of modernity; in an age dominated by glowing screens and virtual connections, we would do well to stand in front of them and listen.
Marc eventually developed his theories in the context of diverse overlapping sources of inspiration. For him, evolution in the field of art is not a forward linear process. It is not about building upon previous or existing currents. Instead, it's about a reversal in the path, a sort of back and forth movement in the timeline.
“As salmons swim upstream to find their matrix at the end of their migration, I swim upstream, keeping offshore from the main current of artistic trends. I believe in returning to the source”, says young Marc Guiragossian.
Marc Guiragossian, the grandson of the renowned Paul Guiragossian, was born into a dynasty of gifted painters, into a world of different philosophies. He started his artistic journey by revisiting the past, discovering and learning from the great masters of all times, whose philosophies and techniques had a substantial influence on his works. For Guiragossian, painting is a form of dialogue. Through it, he converses with artists throughout history and communicates with his contemporaries.
Marc Guiragossian’s solo and group exhibition were presented in Lebanon and Germany where he is currently living. Ever since, collectors have been nurturing his young and raw talent.

Exhibitions
2019
Salwa Zeidan Gallery at Abu Dhabi Art 2019Salwa Zeidan Gallery
2016
The New LightMark Hachem Gallery

Hommage è Hokusaï, 2015

Oil on Canvas
70 9/10 × 47 1/5 in
180 × 120 cm
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Paris, Beirut, PARIS
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Medium
Signature
Hand-signed by artist
Certificate of authenticity
Included

Freedom, dynamism, aggression, impulsiveness, spontaneity and a great mastery of the palette, are the defining elements in Marc Guiragossian’s paintings. Beyond the apparent rigor and intensity of his brush strokes lies a serene harmony of space and color, translating with great clarity the inner movements of his compositions. In this way, the artist comments on the growth of modernity; in an age dominated by glowing screens and virtual connections, we would do well to stand in front of them and listen.
Marc eventually developed his theories in the context of diverse overlapping sources of inspiration. For him, evolution in the field of art is not a forward linear process. It is not about building upon previous or existing currents. Instead, it's about a reversal in the path, a sort of back and forth movement in the timeline.
“As salmons swim upstream to find their matrix at the end of their migration, I swim upstream, keeping offshore from the main current of artistic trends. I believe in returning to the source”, says young Marc Guiragossian.
Marc Guiragossian, the grandson of the renowned Paul Guiragossian, was born into a dynasty of gifted painters, into a world of different philosophies. He started his artistic journey by revisiting the past, discovering and learning from the great masters of all times, whose philosophies and techniques had a substantial influence on his works. For Guiragossian, painting is a form of dialogue. Through it, he converses with artists throughout history and communicates with his contemporaries.
Marc Guiragossian’s solo and group exhibition were presented in Lebanon and Germany where he is currently living. Ever since, collectors have been nurturing his young and raw talent.

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