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the Real Heroes

ART WORK   /

JULES VIERA

historical photographies

print and paste on wood

Where are the Real Heroes?

is a digital art project started in 2014 and shared since 2015 through street art collage, on the walls of Paris and Berlin.

 

A series of portraits of "my heroes" contemporary or historical : Louie (son of Sitting-Bull, chief of the Sioux tribe), Dr Martin Luther King, or even Arnold (Dany Coleman) an american idol.

 

Between irony, satire and homage, the pop icons, martyrs and human rights activists wear the mask of superheroes that History was not able to give them in time, as for Emmeline Pankhurst, virulent activist to whom English women owe part of their right to vote.

bio

digital art

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art work

French artist from eastern France, living in Asia since 2019, Jules Viera works with different types of materials and supports, mainly photography and wood.

 

For several years now, he has fed his work with various digital resources and techniques, especially in La Redite series, exhibited in Bangkok in February 2020.

Currently based in Bangkok

 

13.805558° N, 100 574574° E

 

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Galerie Deux6

 

+33 749 000 933

+66 926 499 084

 

LINE ID : julesviera

 

julesviera@gmail.com

about me

the Real Heroes

Where are the Real Heroes?

is a digital art project started in 2014 and shared since 2015 through street art collage, on the walls of Paris and Berlin.

 

A series of portraits of "my heroes" contemporary or historical : Louie (son of Sitting-Bull, chief of the Sioux tribe), Dr Martin Luther King, or even Arnold (Dany Coleman) an american idol.

 

Between irony, satire and homage, the pop icons, martyrs and human rights activists wear the mask of superheroes that History was not able to give them in time, as for Emmeline Pankhurst, virulent activist to whom English women owe part of their right to vote.

the Real Heroes

Where are the Real Heroes?

is a digital art project started in 2014 and shared since 2015 through street art collage, on the walls of Paris and Berlin.

 

A series of portraits of "my heroes" contemporary or historical : Louie (son of Sitting-Bull, chief of the Sioux tribe), Dr Martin Luther King, or even Arnold (Dany Coleman) an american idol.

 

Between irony, satire and homage, the pop icons, martyrs and human rights activists wear the mask of superheroes that History was not able to give them in time, as for Emmeline Pankhurst, virulent activist to whom English women owe part of their right to vote.

the Real Heroes

Where are the Real Heroes?

is a digital art project started in 2014 and shared since 2015 through street art collage, on the walls of Paris and Berlin.

 

A series of portraits of "my heroes" contemporary or historical : Louie (son of Sitting-Bull, chief of the Sioux tribe), Dr Martin Luther King, or even Arnold (Dany Coleman) an american idol.

 

Between irony, satire and homage, the pop icons, martyrs and human rights activists wear the mask of superheroes that History was not able to give them in time, as for Emmeline Pankhurst, virulent activist to whom English women owe part of their right to vote.

 

digital art

 

the Real Heroes

Where are the Real Heroes?

is a digital art project started in 2014 and shared since 2015 through street art collage, on the walls of Paris and Berlin.

 

A series of portraits of "my heroes" contemporary or historical : Louie (son of Sitting-Bull, chief of the Sioux tribe), Dr Martin Luther King, or even Arnold (Dany Coleman) an american idol.

 

Between irony, satire and homage, the pop icons, martyrs and human rights activists wear the mask of superheroes that History was not able to give them in time, as for Emmeline Pankhurst, virulent activist to whom English women owe part of their right to vote.