Originally from Reunion and Guadeloupe, Jean-Marc Hunt was born in 1974 in Strasbourg (France). He grew up in the suburbs, where he took his mark in the graffiti world and rap music. Settled in Guadeloupe for fifteen years, he wrote a work there with a neo-expressionist figurative workmanship.

Painter and plastic artist, he proceeds by series, accumulation and diversion. His work is often based on the economy of means, evoking a state of emergency with an ironic register. Regularly invited to collective exhibitions and residences, he likes to venture into monumental installation and sculpture projects. Since 2005, he has also distinguished himself in scenography and exhibition curating, in particular with the unifying projects in visual arts that he initiated. Série Madras

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