LÉON Bruno
Bruno Léon started to create for himself and his house became his first exhibition space but it was in 2017 that he finally found the time to devote himself fully to it, he then moved away from the object to tend unconsciously towards Art but without any pretention. He started timidly and began to share his work at local exhibitions. Bruno Léon ...
Bruno Léon started to create for himself and his house became his first exhibition space but it was in 2017 that he finally found the time to devote himself fully to it, he then moved away from the object to tend unconsciously towards Art but without any pretention. He started timidly and began to share his work at local exhibitions. Bruno Léon started in his garage. Encouraged by his friends and family, he will be exhibiting at the Grand Palais in Paris in 2020 and 2022, a dream that he could not have allowed himself and which he still has some difficulty in realising. Bruno Léon aroused a lot of interest during these exhibitions in Paris, he went to meet his public still filled with doubts. In 2022 he joined the art galleries with the sole aim of continuing to create, to make people dream by making them discover his new works and above all to continue to share his passion.
It is by giving free rein to his imagination that he draws all these slender and pure forms before moving on to the realization. He twists, stretches, shapes, and straightens the precious metals until he gets the desired result, he likes balance, pure lines in movement. Passionate about all the shapes that nature offers him, he loves technical challenges, the harmony and beauty of the metal he masters and even creates his own tools, a well-kept secret! An unusual vision allows us to sow doubt, to escape in order to free our minds to provoke questioning.

The gallery’s words

Bruno Léon's work was suggested to me by an artist's agent. I took the time to discover his work and the more I became interested, the more I was captivated by the shapes, the apparent simplicity and the movement induced. The right balance in the abstraction that allows one to escape and access the "void", the space at hand losing all spatial reference points and all obscuring reality.
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