David DIDOUH

David DIDOUH

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  Artist: David DIDOUH
 Live in: London, United Kingdom
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David DIDOUH Artist Bio:

He's a Parisian-born artist who developed his passion for the nude form during his childhood near the Moulin Rouge cabaret in the Montmartre quarter. Early sensual he encounters nurtured interest in his art as he discovered painting at the specialist Chateau D'Eau art schools in the French capital. He moved to London in his twenties. He studied at the renowned Camberwell College of Art before embarking on a succession of sensual and erotic exhibitions throughout the capital. His interest in bodies, shadows and texture led him to prominent an interviews on ITV's Young, Gifted and Broke and Playboy's TV channel. Obsessed with the red colour and "physical painting" achieved through graceful hand strokes, he created a collection of male nude paintings inspired by Pop Art. Realism is what he like in his own work when he paint. Showing something real for him , he's what he expect for the public to see and to react. He like to experiment every subject on his work to give beauty He discovered Morocco at his early age, and was soon exposed to beautiful landscape. Whilst he watched the farmers one evening, he was inspired by the eye-catching sunset and how it portrayed vivid colours along the horizon of Marrakesh. is one of his painting inspired him at this event. he worked on a few series of bullfighting paintings at his flat near Blackheath when he followed four-month trip to Spain. He stayed in Catalonia opened his eyes to the political tensions between the provinces of Spain and the Government. Through his art, He sought to transpose the ongoing fight of the full independence between the regions and the Spanish rule by capturing the cruelty of the sport on his canvas. The bull in the ring came to symbolise Catalonia, while the matador embodied the scorned political entity of Spain. As he sketched live fights in a bullfighting arena in Tarragon, he tried to capture the political repression of the late dictator Franco. The dictator Franco stamped his authority on the regions of Spain and presided over thousands of killings against his opponents in 1936-1939. Inspired by the Spanish Civil War and the post-war dictatorship, he sought to distil his work-paintings with post-impressionist of the 20th century references and to includ the cabaret colours of the French painter Toulouse-Lautrec and the raw imagery of Francis Bacon, thereby giving the bullfighting tradition a 21st century twist for modern audiences.