Henri Lamy is a french figurative painter, whose love for painting was actually induced by his father at an early age. Henri is a fan of Pollock’s drip paintings, a painting technique that consists in dropping paint, or even throwing it from the pallet knife straight to the canvas.
Seduced by acrylic painting, the quality of his work is enhanced by the sharp and expressive colors of his compositions, abstract when you are close, getting figurative when seen from afar.
He became part of the 59 Rivoli (old art squat, that now belongs to the city of Paris, gathering more than 30 artists), and currently exhibits in Beijing (in collaboration with Fei Gallery and Co-Existences).
(all images courtesy of Henri Lamy)