Alain Clément is a French abstract artist whose paintings, sculptures and prints are subtle, aesthetically pleasing and possess incredible compositional power. The exploration of color is rooted in his practice, whether it is manifested as a two-dimensional lyrical expression of gesture or three-dimensional volume. As his work fluctuates between painting and sculpture in an ongoing exchange of ideas, the artist's compositions can be understood in terms of the visual relationships they express between color and space. Alain Clément's work is included in the Center Georges Pompidou and the Museum of Modern Art in Paris. He is based in Nîmes, southern France.
image: Alain Clément - 14AV8G-2014 (detail). Aquatinte on BFK Rives paper. 29.9
x 22.4 in. 76 x 57 cm. Edition of 40. Photo courtesy IdeelArt