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From the Brothel of Avignon's Street To The Bateau - Lavoir
From the Brothel of Avignon's Street to the Bateau Lavior by José Galant is a classic example of Neo-Surrealist painting. José Galant explores the ethereal nature of dreams and the subconscious in this painting through various surreal elements. In this fine art painting, he references the famous Les Demoiselles d'Avignon painting, showing the artist at work within his fantasy workplace, the women posed for his painting pleasure.
Defragmentation Gothic 1
Defragmentation Gothic 1 José Galant explores the ethereal nature of dreams and the subconscious in this fine art piece through various surreal elements. This floating fragment of a castle has no right or wrong orientation with windows going in all directions. This painting has a distinct sense of balance and symmetry despite the asymmetrical architecture. A pale blue sky serves as an even background against the bright colors of the windows and flags of the painting.
Neo Surrealistic Sunrise
Neo Surrealistic Sunrise by José Galant explores the ethereal nature of dreams and the subconscious. In this painting he creates a world with strange cacti and unknown flowers, surrounded by a colorful purple landscape and yellow sky.
Nipponese Imaginary Destination
Nipponese Imaginary Destination by José Galant is a classic example of Neo-Surrealist artwork. José Galant explores the ethereal nature of dreams and the subconscious in this fine art piece through various surreal elements such as the yellow sky or the strange architecture.
Planet Labyrinth by José Galant is a classic example of Neo-Surrealist painting exploring the ethereal nature of dreams and the subconscious. This strangely symmetrical yet asymmetrical piece features a maze with four different palaces accessible only through a complex labyrinth. This painting is composed in soft blue, pale green and faded red.
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José Galant’s multifaceted work ranges from modern surrealism artworks of Steampunk Science Fiction and Art Nouveau Fantasy genre to 3D Geometric Abstractions. José Galant alternates between traditional techniques in acrylic or watercolor painting to 3D Computer Graphics or Augmented Reality.
The project on which he is working right now, called “Imaginary Destinations”, is a personal metaphor of the 3D virtual worlds. In the initial phase of the project, he is painting a wide range of artworks. In its next phase, he will select one of the paintings and will transform it into a virtual world in which users can interact with each other through online 3D avatars. In the last phase of the project, he wants to convert the exhibition spaces into imaginary destinations and the public into avatars, combining the paintings with Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality.
José Galant received formal training at the Fine Arts and Graphic Design School “Groc” in Barcelona (Spain) and the “École supérieure des Beaux Arts” in Perpignan (France). He has also obtained a post-graduate degree in 3D Computer Graphics at Escola d’Informática i Oficis de Barcelona and a second post-graduate degree at the Autodesk Training Center of Barcelona. Over the last few years, his works have been collected by private clients and public organizations in various countries throughout the world including USA, Mexico, Spain, Austria, Italy and Greece.
He has been participating in Art Fairs in the United States and Europe like ArtExpo New York, Art Shopping París Spring and Autumn Edition, 1st International Modern Art Fair at Schloss Neuberg, Central Europe Fine Art Biennale of Blindenmarkt, 1st International Mail Art Mirano in Venice and the Contemporary Art Salon of Montreux, to name just a few. He is currently represented by Mahlstedt Gallery and he has started other collaborations with galleries in Austria, Netherlands, Australia and Spain.
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