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Frédéric Clot. Digital
Frédéric Clot. Digital
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Edited by: Karine Tissot
Texts by: J.J. Charlesworth, Karine Tissot, Karine Tissot
Artist: Frédéric Clot
Author: Françoise Jaunin
German, English, French
May 2024 , 160 Pages
Hardcover
314mm x 240mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-5622-8
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Against the Current of Established Fashions
Frédéric Clot is a self-taught artist who has developed a unique way of drawing and painting—against established styles, mainly in black and white, and between figuration and abstraction. His paintings, etchings, and drawings evoke enigmatic places. Clot creates scenarios that seem completely in tune with our time: they are abstract, elusive reminiscences of our present and reflect the broad definition of communication in the digital age.
This richly illustrated publication is the first monograph to cover the Swiss artist’s entire oeuvre to date. It offers an overview of more than twenty years of artistic production and is complemented by essays by the art historian Karine Tissot, the cultural journalist and art critic Françoise Jaunin, and the London-based art critic JJ Charlesworth.

FRÉDÉRIC CLOT (*1973, Saint-Loup, Switzerland) spends his time between Ependes, a small village in the canton of Vaud, and Lisbon. His work is represented in numerous collections worldwide and is regularly exhibited in Switzerland and abroad.
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