“Art misses the encounter between artists and the public”: Olivier Masmonteil

“I really love to start painting early in the morning. I arrive at the atelier around 7:30 a.m., when the world is still a bit asleep; it is a moment of silence, calm and tranquility”. Thus, Oliver Masmonteil (b. Romilly-sur-Seine, 1973) tells FRONTRUNNER about his relationship with art.
Raised in Corrèze (in the French region of New Aquitaine), he studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in Bordeaux. After a period living in Leipzig, he traveled the world twice: from India to Thailand, from Vietnam...

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