Born in 1970, lives and works in Lyon and the Jura region.
The gallery La Forest Divonne presents for the first time in Brussels a personal and ambitious exhibition by David Décamp that questions man, nature and their sometimes destructive relationships through his sculptures, in
Self-taught artist, the eyes of David Décamp grafted on the forest, where he was raised and then worked as a logger-pruner. At 23, an accident happens; from there, his rebirth will be thanks to art. First of all, by direct carving on stone and wood, then a turning takes place and he confronts himself to all kinds of materials that allow his sculptures to respond in echo to his installation. "The important thing is to seek," he says, "to seek is a way to transcend".