Artist Biography — Contemporaine

Calero / Contemporary artist

Publié par Maurice Attias le

**Calero** Ricardo Calero (Jaén, Spain, 1955) made a very young contact with the Zaragoza artistic movement while studying in different art academies of the city. Between 1980 and 1986, he worked as a teacher, at the same time he directed the Ejea de los Caballeros School of Art and taught at the Teacher Training Center and the Institute of Zaragoza education. Since 1987, we have enjoyed a real creative explosion when Calero participates in different exhibitions around the world in France, Germany, United States, Switzerland or Canada. The multiform work of Ricardo Calero has been exhibited internationally since the 1970s....

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Mervyn Scoble / Canadian Painter

Publié par Maurice Attias le

**Mervyn Scoble**   Mervyn Scoble, is a contemporary Canadian artist, born and educated at the St. Martin's School of Art in London, England, such as Howard Tangye, Ray Richardson, and Tabita Rezaire. In 1971 he moved to Canada and became an art teacher at both the secondary and tertiary levels while working in his pieces inspired by the Canadian media and collective culture. His work and concepts are expressed in a variety of ways, which he sometimes combines together, such as painting, engraving, photography, wood carving and sculpture. Scobles' pieces are nostalgic storytellers and a mastered technique, making him one...

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Brigitte Coudrain / French artist

Publié par John attias le

**Brigitte Coudrain** Brigitte Coudrain, born in 1934, in Paris, is a French artist. She will be a student of Johnny Friedlaender (which she will become the companion) in the workshop of which she learns the techniques of engraving. A talented watercolourist, the artist took part in the great biennales of engravings in 1958 (Ljubljana, Grenchen, Biella, Salon de Mai), events that bring together the best works of contemporary young engravers of the world. In 1959, she won an award in the Premier Biennale of Paris and in 1974, a Jury Prize at the International Exhibition in Mulhouse. Anyway, Brigitte Coudrain...

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Shoichi Hasegawa / master of contemporary engraving

Publié par Maurice Attias le

**Shoichi Hasegawa** Aged 81, Shoichi Hasegawa is considered one of the masters of contemporary printmaking. Being a Japanese painter and engraver, born in 1929 in Yaizu. He lives since 1975 in Vetheuil, in the Val d'Oise (95), where Claude Monet once owned a house! After studying drawing and painting with various Japanese masters, he left Japan at the age of 32 to settle in Paris. For eight years, he joined Workshop 17, under the direction of the master SW HAYTER, who received before him in his studio prestigious artists such as Picasso, Ernst, Miro, Chagall or Giacometti, to deepen his...

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