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Théophile Stern, a French artist, carried out industrial training in metal structures from 2006 to 2011, before joining the ENSBA in 2013 where he was a student at the Pascale Marthine Tayou studio.
In 2015, he presented an installation at the Paris-Dauphine University and participated in "Culinary Paradise," an exhibition on the theme of hunting at the Galerie Purgatoire, in partnership with the Paris Museum of Hunting and Nature. In 2016, he showed his work at the Galleria Continua (Les Moulins) as part of the "Explosion de l'Atelier Tayou" exhibition.
His work is made through a process of free experimentation, involving recycling and assembling industrial objects that he finds in the world. He studies these artifacts, worn and damaged by time and humankind, and plays with their intrinsic irregularity to create new artworks.
In Stern's work, the practical and the beautiful blend together into one; each delicate creation has an unmissable aesthetic and artistic relationship with the material used, the forms and the colours.