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Branded punk ©Diane_Arques, 2018

Branded punk ©Diane_Arques, 2018
Acrylique sur toile
217 x 217 cm
Epic / D'or (Bowie), 2018

Epic / D'or (Bowie), 2018
Acrylique et blanc d'espagne sur toile
147 x 153.5 cm
Hierograffs 2, 2018

Hierograffs 2, 2018
acrylic on canvas
220 x 223 cm
Kazimir X Walt x Raymond (Suprême artists), 2018

Kazimir X Walt x Raymond (Suprême artists), 2018
acrylic on canvas
107 x 130 cm
Palace Palasse, 2018

Palace Palasse, 2018
acrylic on canvas
25 x 25 cm
Popagation selfie, Dali, 2018

Popagation selfie, Dali, 2018
drawing on paper
21 x 14.5 cm
Sonia x Sonia, 2018

Sonia x Sonia, 2018
acrylic on canvas
61 x 50 cm
Design industriel, 2018

Design industriel, 2018
drawing on paper
32 x 43 cm
Supreme Matisse, 2018

Supreme Matisse, 2018
drawing on paper
32 x 24 cm
No brand, 2018

No brand, 2018
drawing on paper
37.5 x 40 cm
The Battle, 2018

The Battle, 2018
drawing on bag
42 x 53 cm
Dio le veult, 2018

Dio le veult, 2018
drawing on bag
13 x 12 cm
Goya, 2018

Goya, 2018
drawing on bag
35 x 41 cm
A rock'n'roll band, 2018

A rock'n'roll band, 2018
drawing on bag
44,5 x 54 cm
Clair asile, 2018

Clair asile, 2018
drawing on bag
42.5 x 28 cm
Niki, 2018

Niki, 2018
drawing on bag
37 x 40 cm
Too fast to live, too young to die (Malcolm), 2018

Too fast to live, too young to die (Malcolm), 2018
drawing on bag
37,5 x 41,5 cm
Forever young, 2018

Forever young, 2018
drawing on bag
40 x 60 cm
Alone, 2018

Alone, 2018
drawing on paper
21 x 30 cm
Craieature, 2018

Craieature, 2018
chalk on paper
30 x 21 cm
Jeremy Stop, 2018

Jeremy Stop, 2018
drawing on paper
42 x 29 cm
The Godfather, 2018

The Godfather, 2018
drawing on paper
29.5 x 42 cm
Oh Bad!, 2018

Oh Bad!, 2018
drawing on bag
45 x 43 cm

 

Since the 70s and 80s Jean-Charles de Castelbajac has been producing garments integrating Walt Disney cartoon characters or for instance the iconic Snoopy dog. Since the beginning of his career, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac has been keen on promoting his manifesto of collaborations through multiple partnerships with brands and other creative minds. Castelbajac enjoys investing traditional territories incarnated by emblematic houses such as Weston or Hermes in order to spice up the fashion and art history and reflect on modernity. He calls his approach a ?contemporary archeology?.

 

Castelbajac has always pursued his goal: building a new aesthetic based on collaborations. Jean-Charles de Castelbajac likes the idea that two names together - because their coexistence - are the starting point of a new story. In the footsteps of Paul Poiret and Duffy, Schiaparelli and Dali, Castelbajac has initiated during his long career numerous collaborations.

 

Castelbajac?s career in fashion has been characterized by the constant mix between Art and Fashion. Very early on he made dress-paintings with such artists as Hervé Di Rosa, Ben, Barcelo, Jean-Charles Blais, Gerard Garouste, Robert Malaval and Annette Messager and collaborated with artists as Keith Haring, Robert Mapplethorpe, Cindy Sherman, etc.

 

Since 2009, with his exhibition, ?The Triumph of the Signs? in London, in a visionary gesture, Castelbajac started combining brand logos with major classical paintings such as Manet?s ?Lunche on the Grass? and Louis Vuitton, Ingres? ?Odalisque? and Gucci, or Delacroix? ?Liberty guiding the people? and Nike. In 2010, he pursued with the exhibition ?The tyranny of beauty? coupling Botticelli and Walt Disney, creating a new hybrid aesthetic, announcing the beginnings of a cultural confusion, in a society flooded with sometimes meaningless collaborations. Jean-Charles de Castelbajac is himself a major player in this sprawling system of collaborations, after having been one of the initiators by bridging the gap between Art and Fashion for many years.

 

 

 

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