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Semi-abstract art: "Vous êtes ici".

Artist: Jean Vignault.

2021, Saguenay, Quebec, Canada.


Theme: Symbol

Technical: Digital photography.

Original work format: 54 x 36 inches

Reproduction format: 18 x 12 inches / 45.72 x 30 x 48 cm, 24 x 16 inches / 60.96 cm x 40.64 cm, 36 x 24 inches / 91.44 x 60.96 cm and 54 x 36 inches / 137 ,16 x 91.44 cm.

Dominant colors: turquoise, blue, black.


Hanging system included:

Floating frame


Interpretation of the work by the artist:

How can we give meaning to what, on the face of it, appears to be totally devoid of meaning? In cosmic space, all possible meanings merge, for there is no up, no down, no left, no right. Meaning is totally relative. What about the meaning we claim to give to the things around us? Should we look for it outside or inside ourselves? How do we distinguish between inside and outside? How do we find our way in this vast world, where so many questions arise with every answer? Fortunately, this picture will help you find your way: now it's up to you to choose the direction. Photo taken on a train carriage.

Vous êtes ici - Jean Vigneault

PriceFrom C$243.00
  • For Jean Vigneault, the practice of abstract photography and related reflections are a way of life that seeks to reconcile the imaginary and rational sides of existence. Inspired by this apparent duality, he increasingly invests objects of curiosity through the prism of the three fundamental questions underlying his expression:


    Is it possible to observe in a stripped-down, spontaneous way, and to detach from this activity all the labels that knowledge ordinarily assigns to things? Are humans always forced to perceive through what defines them as distinct individuals? Does beauty come from the object itself, or from the gaze that conceives it as such?


    Looking at the most mundane, everyday things to bring out their unsuspected beauty - this is his artistic approach, a commitment that leads him to the art of living that consists in connecting as deeply as possible with the world around him. For him, photography is a privileged way of witnessing and provoking this communion.

*Colors may vary from one screen to another.

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