Clay Apenouvon « Film noir, le ver est dans le fruit », 2017. Courtesy de l’artiste et Mariane Ibrahim Gallery, Seattle © Pascale Odile © Thibaut Voisin
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Clay Apenouvon

Clay Apenouvon took part in painting, graphic design and screen printing workshops in Togo before settling in Paris where he continued his art education with artists Claude Viallat and Mounir Fatmi. After having been interested in cardboard as a material, Clay Apenouvon develops the concept of “Plastic Attack” to challenge the public about the harmfulness of plastics. More recently, with the project “Black Film of Lampedusa”, he denounces the indifference of Europe to the tragedies of illegal immigration. He uses stretchable black film to create in situ installations whose evocative power is particularly powerful.

Wednesday, 2 October 2019