"Untitled 7"

Brice Maré - Framed drawing on paper, 60X80cm, 2014

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  • Brice Maré - Framed collage on black paper, 42.7X32.7cm, 2014
  • Brice Maré - Framed collage on black paper, 42.7X32.7cm, 2014
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  • Brice Maré - Framed drawing on paper, 60X80cm, 2014
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  • Brice Maré - Framed collage on black paper, 32.7X42.7cm, 2015
Type of work Original artwork
Medium and technique Pencil drawing with gradient shading
Support White canson drawing paper 125g
Year of creation 2014
Unframed size 40X70CM
Overall size HEIGHT : 60 CM / WIDTH : 80 CM / DEPTH : 2 CM
Framing Matte black square wooden picture frame, backing taped with brown kraft paper tape
Certificate of authenticity Yes (sent with the artwork and hand signed by the artist)
Authenticity Hand signed and dated by the artist in pencil on the back (bottom right)
Hanging solution ready to hang artwork : two d-rings hangers on the back
Weight 2.5kg
Shipping Delivered within 10 - 15 working days with DHL
Packaging Packed in secure custom wooden crate to ensure preservation and conservation of your artwork during shipment
Shipment insurance Yes, we offer full value insurance coverage on every shipment

Born in 1986 in Paris (France), lives and works in Thorigny-sur-Marne (France).
medium, Movement : contemporary drawing, cross-disciplinary approach.
Type of interventions : drawings on paper, sculptures, in situ installation works.




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"From his drawings, representing progressive "micro-architectures" in the form of plans or volumes, Brice Maré puts to scale his creations according to the space and the support given. He mainly feeds on architectural ornaments (diamond tip bricks, cathedral reinforcements, semi-circular arches), and urban signs (pharmacy crosses, road signs…), found in the cities. When following the existing outlines, as much on paper (squares on ruled paper, isometric grids…) as in the real space (tiling, wood floor, heaters, stairs…), he inserts his abstract architectures, which thus become contextualised." ("Brice Maré 2013-2009", labellerevue.org)


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