Hervé Di Rosa
Born in Sète, France, Hervé Di Rosa is a French painter who brings to life unique characters who populate his work through the making of paintings, sculptures, installations, animation movies, editions, portraying these unique individuals. In America we had Haring, Basquiat, Scharf and graffiti. In France we had "Figuration Libre" with Di Rosa, Robert Combas, Rémi Blanchard, François Boisrond and others with Di Rosa and Combas at the lead. His universe is filled with humor and excitement and his passion for kitsch or "Art Modeste." In 2000, Di Rosa built a Museum dedicated to Modest Art in Sète, France. In August 2006 he had a show of his work at the Bass Museum in Miami. He shows regularly with the Gallery Haim-Chanin in New York and Louis Carre et Cie. in Paris.
1981 Eva Keppel Gallery, Düsseldorf, Swart Gallery, Amsterdam. - « Ateliers 81-82 » ARC, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris.
1982 New York, « Statements New York 82, Leading contemporary artists from France », Holly Solomon Gallery: first encounter with Keith Haring, Tseng Kwong Chi, Kenny Scharf, Nicolas Moufarrege. Gillepsie-Laage-Salomon Gallery, Paris.
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