Alexandre Marciano lives and works in Paris. His landscapes mix abstraction and figuration to reveal a contrast between the beauty of this world and its harshness.
Alexandre uses paint to create rough areas opposing softer elements often drawn by light to build a territory where control and freedom oppose each other. His paintings never represent reality. Sometimes the paint mixes and blends to create a landscape where no more elements can be discerned concretely. The vagueness and the absence of tangible elements then leave room for the imagination.