SUPAKITCH, ‘Surface & Dept #12’, 2020, Painting, Acrylic, Spray Paint and Resin on Wood, Ground Effect Gallery
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SUPAKITCH

Surface & Dept #12, 2020

Acrylic, Spray Paint and Resin on Wood
51 1/5 × 31 1/2 in
130 × 80 cm
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SUPAKITCH
French
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Native of Bagnolet, SupaKitch lives and works in Biarritz with his wife Koralie,
who is an artist herself. At the end of the 90’s, he began to mix different materials
on walls, such as, aerosol spray, paintbrush, stencil, collage or printed
circuit board.
Originating from the graffiti movement where the choice of the wall or background
plays an essential role, in 2016 SupaKitch began to create his own resin
surfaces embellished with divers patterns. These patterns remind the marbling
of the ocean and the textures of the elements. Gold leaf is used to enhance the
sun’s reflections. Through the technique borrowed from surfboards’ craftsmanship,
SupaKitch likes being surprised by the coincident moment when art
takes its course. The surface becomes an object that can be cut and hereby
created a rhythm in the composition, which leads to frozen resin movements.
Multidisciplinary artist, SupaKitch doesn’t limit his ideas to one medium. Tools
and frames change according to his reflections and regarding each unique
project: wall paintings, canvas, tinted resin, gold leaf, marble, brass, ink on
paper and tattoos done in Paris, New York, Los Angeles, Mexico and Berlin.

SUPAKITCH, ‘Surface & Dept #12’, 2020, Painting, Acrylic, Spray Paint and Resin on Wood, Ground Effect Gallery
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Medium
Signature
Hand-signed by artist
Certificate of authenticity
Included
SUPAKITCH
French
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Native of Bagnolet, SupaKitch lives and works in Biarritz with his wife Koralie,
who is an artist herself. At the end of the 90’s, he began to mix different materials
on walls, such as, aerosol spray, paintbrush, stencil, collage or printed
circuit board.
Originating from the graffiti movement where the choice of the wall or background
plays an essential role, in 2016 SupaKitch began to create his own resin
surfaces embellished with divers patterns. These patterns remind the marbling
of the ocean and the textures of the elements. Gold leaf is used to enhance the
sun’s reflections. Through the technique borrowed from surfboards’ craftsmanship,
SupaKitch likes being surprised by the coincident moment when art
takes its course. The surface becomes an object that can be cut and hereby
created a rhythm in the composition, which leads to frozen resin movements.
Multidisciplinary artist, SupaKitch doesn’t limit his ideas to one medium. Tools
and frames change according to his reflections and regarding each unique
project: wall paintings, canvas, tinted resin, gold leaf, marble, brass, ink on
paper and tattoos done in Paris, New York, Los Angeles, Mexico and Berlin.

SUPAKITCH

Surface & Dept #12, 2020

Acrylic, Spray Paint and Resin on Wood
51 1/5 × 31 1/2 in
130 × 80 cm
.
Sold
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
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