"I definitely have the will to be in this dialogue with Warhol, David Hockney, Jeff Koons... I love this generous and contemporary way of sharing emotions"
Born in Paris, France in 1983, Rémy always had a fascination with space exploration. As a child, he dreamed of becoming an astronaut, imagining himself soaring through the black vacuum of space, travelling to distant stars, bounding across the lunar soil and taking in the beauty of planet Earth in complete stillness.
After studying at the Ecole des Beaux-arts in Paris, Remy's expanded his vision with a bond between two worlds. Warholien and Rodinien, Rémy’s lunar body of works makes use of contemporary codes seeking to explore the meaning of life through art. With a unique lens of consciousness, asking questions about human emotions, Remy's sculptures capture the idea that art can be used to express emotions, thoughts, and beliefs without needing to use words. Through the use of shape, form, and line, the sculptures form a powerful bridge between people, creating a shared experience and fostering a sense of oneness and understanding. Strive to bring the power of art to the forefront, Rémy's artworks shuttle us into a new lunar universe that amplifying inner voices and enabling dialogues. Through his art and creativity Remy hopes to provide individuals with a new ways of thinking and seeing that allow them to recognize themselves in a shared emotional dialectic. Remy's sculptures can be seen as a reflection of his own philosophy of life, which is the exploration of the human condition and its timeless beauty.
Remy's unique vision and passion for space exploration made him a pioneer of space sculptures and paintings. He collaborated with NASA on a number of projects, inspired by the beauty of the universe and the potential of art to express its grandeur, his work continues to inspire generations of space enthusiasts. Committed to making art that instills a sense of responsibility towards our planet, he has worked with a range of nonprofit organizations, including Space For a Better World, to promote global initiatives and raise awareness about the importance of protecting our planet. He has also attended events such as the Apollo Anniversary Gala with Buzz Aldrin and exhibitions at the Kennedy Space Center and the California Science Center Museum with NASA. Remy is a passionate advocate for the environment and believes that art can be a powerful tool for inspiring people to make a difference and work towards a better future for our planet.
Rémy encourages us to fulfill our own childhood dreams, inviting us to explore a surreal embassy of the imaginary lunar world, beyond the sun, beyond the ethers, beyond the confines of the starry spheres
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