Pascal Nègre is a French street artist, a child of the 19th arrondissement of Paris.
To escape from a daily life that he finds gloomy and violent, he draws and paints. But reality catches up with him. He naturally moves towards street art where he can express himself the way he wants.
A great fan of art in general, he likes beautiful lines. Her two favorite themes are women and weapons. Sometimes round and pleasant, sometimes precise and abrupt. By the way, you can hear him say that he can sleep with one, but not with the other. It’s up to you.
His style is precise, raw, instinctive.
Always active in the world of street art, he knows how to juggle with several weapons and also manages to unload his violence and materialize his demons in restricted spaces. pure concentrate of violence.
“Les années de sang” is a print from an original artwork on 250g/m² photo paper, measuring 40×40cm. It represents a pistol with round shapes, on a red background ; a reference to the assassination of the Italian politician Aldo Moro in the 1970s.
“Carotte Flingue” is a print from an original artwork on 250g/m² photo paper, measuring 40×40cm. We find here the favourite character of the eponymous artist, and Pascal Nègres's guilty pleasure, a gun, on a background strewn with hearts for a fun and quirky result.
“Graffitits” is an original artwork on Henry cotton canvas measuring 156x100 cm, picturing two female breasts against a background of vandal graffiti style letters.