A word about the street art work presented:
Jérôme Mesnager, French street artist, presents a silkscreen on binding paper
Our online art gallery offers this silkscreen of a size of 70 x 50 cm
Special feature of this silkscreen:
- Silkscreen signed by the artist and numbered on 30 copies
- Silkscreen on paperbinding
- Each copy has a different piece of paper
A word about the artist Jérôme Mesnager:
Born in Colmar in 1961, Jérôme Mesnager first studied cabinetmaking before taking comic bookclasses. It was in the early 1980s, with the group of artists Zig-Zag, that he launched into street art. His first graffiti developed on the walls of Paris.
It is also in the streets of Paris that his “White Man” was born, “symbol of light, strength and peace” according to Jérôme Mesnager. He will reproduce it all over the world, from France to the wall of China.
Variing the supports, Jérôme Mesnager will sometimes use canvases, sometimes rusty sheets to make his works, and will even learn ceramics. Working with several Parisian street artists, he will be permanently part of the Frenchurban art landscape.