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Maxime Blachère is a Fluxus artist at the initiative of the Blach Gallery collective and the website MaxleTagueur.com.
Coming from a small village in the french Savoy, his art is now present in 25 countries, and he exhibits in several art galleries in Europe, the United States and Asia.
Self-taught and a jack of all trades, his sources of inspiration are multiple. Comics, pop culture, photography and Street-art are just a few of them.
He embarked on graphic design in 2009 while he was working as a PE teacher, and shared his creations on a blog. He decided to devote himself to his art at full time in 2016, following the enthusiasm of people for his works.
With a universe that is both fun and colorful, Maxime Blachère humorously divert the whole world.

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“VIC UNE FETE NAPOLEONNIENE” is an original artwork on 500g/m² canvas, measuring 55x75cm. It represents the painting ''La mort du maréchal Lannes'' from Paul-Emile Boutigny, revisited by the artist into a party that has gone really bad.

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“VIC VANDAL IS POIRE” is an original artwork on 500g/m² canvas, measuring 45x60cm. It represents a nice and juicy pear, vandalized "for fake" with Street Art and Pop culture elements, faithful to the artists's universe.

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“VIC NEW YORK FUTUR VANDAL” is an original artwork on 500g/m² canvas, measuring 75x46cm. It represents an aerial view of Manhattan, New York, vandalized "for fake" with Street Art and Pop culture elements, faithful to the artists's universe.

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