A.C.M.

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Assemblage laine et bois 1975 49,5 x 31,5 x 5 cm

Relief bois et inclusion de craies sculptées 1990 68 x 38 x 3 cm

Technique mixte 1990:93 58 x 54 X19 cm

Technique mixte 1990:93 47 X 55 X 35 cm

Technique mixte 1990:93 46 X 35 cm

Technique mixte 1990:93 42 X 39 X 27 cm

Technique mixte 1985 35 x 30 x 5 cm

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BIOGRAPHY

1951

Shy and undisciplined as a child, A.C.M. finally enters the School of Fine Arts of Tourcoing, where he doesn’t manage to fit in. Suicide attempts, quest of identification accompanied  by lectures of Nietzsche, Rilke and Arthaud. He works on the répetition of petrified objects, false bone. He forms and deforms, petrifies, affects, alters and sets up his architectures without respect for the standards. It is not a fate to create those kinds of objects witnessing the wear of time when one is for such a long living so confidentially with the death.