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Surfer's Journal N° 90 juin juillet 2012

Page Une du magazine de référence de la surf culture.


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Surf Session Magazine June 2010 (full interview)

Your work is very largely inspired by the world of surfing. But do you practice this sport yourself?

Surfing is part of my life, it's important, but not only. Although imbibed by this culture, my work also has several orientations. The questioning of infotainment (information-entertainment), the absurdity of existences, particularly that of work as voluntary servitude, the struggles are a few others.
I do not surf as much as before. In fact, part of what I recently presented at MIACS reflects this remoteness of surfing. A distancing that I translate a support stained with colors gradually fading to white. There is also a series of statements in the past, evoking stories brought back in an indirect style, lost feelings. I tried an aesthetic remembrance using a minimum of diluted colors, like a dream that fades into the white of oblivion.


How do you feel during a session? And how does this feeling affect your work?

It starts before entering the water. What you feel on the way to the beach is already surfing. Then when I go to the water, I seek this super perception: to be suspended in a dynamic, worn by the trim-line and spin, accelerate. Interfering in a surge of energy that existed well before enjoying it. However, I have a difficult relationship with surfing. Although I have been a surf teacher, I am not a very good surfer. A little like a dancer who would limp ... So I try to limp not with grace but at least by applying myself to put a little elegance. This is perhaps as true in my plastic expression. There is also this feeling of being in the right place at the right time. Surfer is always a crazy happiness!
The fact that it is a completely useless activity makes it its absolute charm: it is a materialization of freedom. It is this common point with a visual practice: a useless indispensable to the balance, and which focuses on the essential.


Your first studies did not destine you to an artistic career, was there a trigger?

I had not naively planned to work, let alone make a career in anything. I am from a generation that has only known the guilt speech of the crisis subtitled with a subliminal injunction to work by decreasing more and more the spine. Nothing like disobeying, awakening the "desire to be useless" (reference to the title of the fascinating autobiographical book by Hugo Pratt).
My biology studies? the logical continuation of the curiosity of the same as I was for crabs gulls and fishes. Disappointment of a teaching that succeeded in rendering mortal what were to be the sciences of life!
My penchant for artistic expression began well before, around twelve. A visual arts teacher made us work on the raft of Méduse de Géricault. Very marked by the tragedy of these shipwrecked fighting to try to survive and by the strength of this means of expression. The strength of art. How to render what is printed in oneself, everything we see, what we hear and
feel? This fundamental dissatisfaction? The absurdity of the world? Beauties and anger? It was not until I had walked around and rubbed myself in different jobs that I realized that the only thing that needed to be done, the most indispensable, was the most useless. means of the artist and live in this direction.


Your characters are very often without a face. Maybe to bring to the forefront surfing itself?

These are actually not very useful details in an action scene. American surf-artist Andy Davis also uses this process, arguing that it allows for easier identification of the viewer, who in this case is often a surfer himself.
Some of your canvases are very colorful and leave a lot of room for scenes of life then
that others put forward an unexpected sentence. Is this an evolution in your work?
Subversion is certainly an important mission of art, but I always try to keep a little light. That's why some works pretend to bring what I call a certain aeration of space-time. More colorful canvases or non-figurative photographs, ambient sounds.
What is interesting about surfing is, among other things, the subversive side he has had in his story. What is subversion? to disturb? displeasing? wake? Questioning? The effectiveness of the gesture counts as much as the message. Yet art is not limited to its subversive function. We are touched by the symbiosis with the elements that emanates from the work of Andy Goldsworthy or the performance of Miquel Barcelo with the clay ("Paso Doble" in 2006). They touch us deeply. There is apparently no message but obviously a host of intrinsic messages. For my part, it is by using the strong power of seduction surf that I want to attract the public to make him meet fortuitously some words posed incongruously on the drawing or the painting. These expressions reflect other social visions of the world than those proposed, alternatives to "TINA" (There Is No Alternative - implied capitalist model), utopias or just moments of exclamation. The idea is to create a little Satori, a disturbance in the order of things that leads to an awareness, proportionally kept of course.The artistic environment is often conceptual and far from the subject first, you seem on the contrary favor a more carnal, more daily approach with your characters in the chosen scenes. What is your view of our society and what is the place for surfing? Current art is criticized for being too conceptual or for provoking itself. These accusations are certainly well founded for what might be called today's Fire Artists (Koons or Jan Fabre and his boxed shit) which we may think will be forgotten tomorrow. But everything must exist because art is an immense field of freedom and must remain so. I also like very much what is happening in the contemporary art world today: Kader Attia and his work on trauma for example. I am in permanent search, and if it is true that I like the contact of the matter, that I take pleasure to work the forms, I exclude above all no way of exploration, and some of my future projects have various media passing for example by writing or capturing very short musical fragments. Freedom, if we do not find it in the field of art, where will we find it? Our society: what amazes me today is this amorphism of a people of the revolution being transgéniquer by the mass information that entertains him, thus quietly stripping away his social achievements, barely moaning before the criminal explosion of inequalities, watching with torpor the elites who govern him carry out in his name policies absolutely reactionary and I En passant ... Is it possible this forgotten love, the fundamental love of justice? From time to time a jolt: we allow ourselves to fight. But why ? for freedom ? No, for its purchasing power ... Fortunately everything is not dark and resistances emerge and get organized! Surfing is a breathing space. If I use his image in a roundabout way like a cannon propelling messages different from the current political or social current, I firmly believe that his practice is above all a formidable engine of physical and mental development for all, especially adolescents. Surfing (other than competition) has lessons to deliver, especially in a philosophical way: I have the impression that he is learning to be positively opportunistic, that is, to lift his head to seize luck. It encourages perseverance and allows one to feel in one's flesh what freedom is: at once damn beautiful and bitter. Surfer is above all to play, and this is the most serious thing to do. We all kids love it. To play...


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FORT HEUREUSEMENT C'EST SANS ESPOIR

1 rue Alain Gerbault

Saturday 16 April 2011
Sunday 22 May 2011

Sous ce titre paradoxal, la galerie Artémise de Dinard présente les travaux de l’artiste Fabrice Réhel. Installations sonores, tableaux, dessins et vidéos tentent de désamorcer la résignation que sous-tend cette notion d’espoir et explorent les façons ironiques d’œuvrer à une autre existence. Du samedi 16 avril au dimanche 22 mai, de 11h à 12h30 et de 15h à 19h, galerie Artémise, 1, rue Alain-Gerbault, Dinard. Gratuit. Contact et réservation : tél. 02 99 16 98 73, 06 80 00 61 47, , .


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FORT HEUREUSEMENT C'EST SANS ESPOIR

1 rue Alain Gerbault

Saturday 16 April 2011
Sunday 22 May 2011

Sous ce titre paradoxal, la galerie Artémise de Dinard présente les travaux de l’artiste Fabrice Réhel. Installations sonores, tableaux, dessins et vidéos tentent de désamorcer la résignation que sous-tend cette notion d’espoir et explorent les façons ironiques d’œuvrer à une autre existence. Du samedi 16 avril au dimanche 22 mai, de 11h à 12h30 et de 15h à 19h, galerie Artémise, 1, rue Alain-Gerbault, Dinard. Gratuit. Contact et réservation : tél. 02 99 16 98 73, 06 80 00 61 47, , .


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FORT HEUREUSEMENT C'EST SANS ESPOIR

Sous ce titre paradoxal, la galerie Artémise de Dinard présente les travaux de l’artiste Fabrice Réhel. Installations sonores, tableaux, dessins et vidéos tentent de désamorcer la résignation que sous-tend cette notion d’espoir et explorent les façons ironiques d’œuvrer à une autre existence. Du samedi 16 avril au dimanche 22 mai, de 11h à 12h30 et de 15h à 19h, galerie Artémise, 1, rue Alain-Gerbault, Dinard. Gratuit. Contact et réservation : tél. 02 99 16 98 73, 06 80 00 61 47, ,


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DES TOILES AU BEAUTIFUL DAY SURF STORE

rue pasteur

Friday 10 April 2009
Wednesday 30 September 2009

( This is a nice place , different surf store with plenty of art and clothes ! )

Très très content d'inaugurer avec mes travaux le créatif et différent BEAUTIFUL DAY SURF STORE de l'enthousiaste Christophe Darracq à Andernos !

Des tableaux et des dessins partout sur les murs, des planches si belles, deux trois sapes et autres accessoires méticuleusement sélectionnés par Christophe pour leur originalité... le tout dans une ancienne galerie marchande historique de la rue piétonne d'Andernos-les-bains, tout près de la plage.

Le site lui consacre un chouette article : cliquez sur Communauté puis sur actu locales : Aquitaine.

Sud Ouest, le journal, est aussi passé par là.

Avec l'accueil que vous réserve Christophe (par ailleurs ultrasensible photographe Oeil de Sioux) et la chaleur des lieux, pas d'autre choix que d'y passer. Vivement l'été dans le bassin d'Arcachon!

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Le Surf Store le plus atypique de l'ouest m'accueille jusque septembre : BEAUTIFUL DAY SURF STORE à ANDERNOS, rue piétonne. SUPER ENDROIT !


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MIACS 2008

Hangar Foch, 48 AVenue Foch

Thursday 3 July 2008
Sunday 31 August 2008

Le M.I.A.C.S., haut lieu d'expression de la diversité artistique exclusivement consacré au surf, fait son grand retour à Biarritz le 5 juillet prochain. Pendant deux mois, le Surf Art Festival, association à l'origine de ce plus grand marché de surf art, rassemble des artistes de tous les horizons - sculpteurs, peintres, photographes, cinéastes, musiciens - liés par une passion commune : le surf.

Cette année, une bonne soixantaine d'artistes du monde entier sont invités à participer au M.I.A.C.S. .Parmi eux, quatre des plus grands artistes américains de surf art: John Severson (Hawaii), créateur du surf art et artiste aux multiples facettes. Dans des styles différents, les californiens Ron Croci, Alan Casagrande et Tony Spineto sont attendus.

Cet événement se déroule dans le magnifique garage Foch, une friche industrielle de 1 000 mètres carrés à l'architecture Néo-basque, sous une verrière de style Eiffel. Un tel lieu se devait d'accueillir ce marché hors norme, unique en son genre, qui a rassemblé l'année précédente 350 oeuvres et plus de 8000 visiteurs en deux mois.

Arts plastiques, photographie, cinéma et musique permettent aux visiteurs, connaisseurs ou néophytes, de découvrir et d'admirer le surf art, ce genre artistique imprégné de l'odeur des vagues, de la gestuelle du surfeur et de la symbolique qui fait du surf un mode de vie et une culture.

Le M.I.A.C.S. promet d'être le rendez-vous incontournable de l'été en proposant une nouvelle manière de mettre en relation des productions artistiques et des publics. Ainsi chacun y trouvera sa place.

M.I.A.C.S - Marché International d'Art Contemporain consacré au Surf
- Du 5 juillet au 31 août 2008
- Garage Foch, 48 avenue Foch à Biarritz
- Exposition et vente
- Entrée libre et gratuite
Contacts Presse : Juliette - E-mail : Contact

Contact Organisation : Surf Art Festival, Gérard Decoster - E-mail : Contact - Tél: 33 (0)5 59 56 25 25

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MIACS 2008, Le surf-art est de retour à Biarritz...


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également des travaux sur papier encadrés ou non, à découvrir ...


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Le musée d'oléron Surfe la vague ! (voir liens)


BIARRITZ : DU SURF ART DANS L AIR ...


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Marché International d'Art Contemporain consacré au Surf (MIACS)

Ancien Garage Foch

Wednesday 18 July 2007
Tuesday 18 September 2007

1ère édition du Marché International d’Art Contemporain consacré au Surf

avec plus de 200 œuvres et une cinquantaine d’artistes présentés dans les magnifiques locaux Art Déco du Garage Foch.
Le MIACS présente des artistes de renommée internationale comme Bruno Peinado (Palais de Tokyo, Fiac, etc .), John Severson (photographe, peintre et fondateur du magazine Surfeur), Ron Croci, etc. Garage Foch
- Entrée libre et gratuite - ouvert 7/7 jours de 12h à 20 h

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Le musée d'oléron Surfe la vague ! (voir liens)


BIARRITZ : DU SURF ART DANS L AIR ...


BONNE NOUVELLE LA PLUPART DES TRAVAUX SONT DéSORMAIS DISPONIBLES EN TIRAGES LIMITéS, SIGNéS ET NUMéROTéS !


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Le musée d'oléron Surfe la vague ! (voir liens)


EXPO SUR DEUX JOURS 27-29 AVRIL A CESSON PRES DE RENNES AU MANOIR DE BOURGCHEVREUIL (voir liens)


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Surfer la vague !

Musée OLéron

Sunday 1 April 2007
Wednesday 31 October 2007


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LIGNES DE VIE / LIFELINES

Manoir de Bourgchevreuil

Friday 27 April 2007
Sunday 29 April 2007

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" WHAT'S HAPPENING UPTHERE ? " LA SERIE EST VISIBLE EN BELGIQUE! ELLE SE PROMENE PARTOUT AVEC LITTLE VAN GOGH, LA SOCIETE QUI CHOISIT DE MONTRER DES TOILES !


" THE BEACH " TOILES TOUTES FRAICHES EN VACANCES A LA CHOUETTE GALERIE ARTEMISE A DINARD, BRETAGNE


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" WHAT'S HAPPENING UPTHERE ? " LA SERIE EST VISIBLE EN BELGIQUE! ELLE SE PROMENE PARTOUT AVEC LITTLE VAN GOGH, LA SOCIETE QUI CHOISIT DE MONTRER DES TOILES !


" THE BEACH " TOILES TOUTES FRAICHES EN VACANCES A LA CHOUETTE GALERIE ARTEMISE A DINARD, BRETAGNE


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Article : Lignes De Vie

LIGNES DE VIE, impressions grandeur nature

L'exposition « Lignes de vie » du peintre Fabrice Réhel, 31 ans se tiendra le weekend du 27/29 avril au manoir de Bourgchevreuil à Cesson-Sévigné. Parcours d'un d'artiste dont les recherches esthétiques se focalisent autour de la ligne. La ligne comme frontière, sillon, traces d'une vie mais aussi comme horizon à surpasser.


C'est le parcours personnel de Fabrice Réhel qui, d'emblée, intrigue. Peintre autodidacte avant tout, il enseigne aussi le surf l'été sur la côte oléronaise et vend la lumière aux paroisses bretonnes en hiver. Au delà de ce parcours atypique qui l'a conduit jusqu'aux confins de nos frontières ( F Réhel expose actuellement à Bruxelles et à Dinard) , les travaux rassemblés à cette occasion poursuivent d'une façon intéressante une précédente présentation de quelques toiles lors de l'exposition « Keskispasslao » à Dinard en 2005.

Une peinture âpre

« Horizon », « Anatomie Géographique » sont autant de termes que le peintre a choisi pour nommer ses tableaux. Ambiance : une dizaine de toiles grand format jusqu'à deux mètres de haut ornent les murs du manoir. Les couleurs sont chaudes voire violentes diront certains : l'ocre, le rouge scandent les fonds des toiles sur lesquelles se déploient des portraits souvent androgynes qui tous, dans un mouvement d'élévation, regardent avec inquiétude vers le ciel en quête d'un horizon incertain.


On l'aura compris : ces toiles ne peuvent laisser indifférent. Troublés, gênés, interloqués, les visiteurs auront tout le loisir durant ces deux jours de se confronter à une peinture âpre mais laissant le spectateur libre d'appréhender le projet sans concession de l'artiste.

Alexia Grzegorzek, le 10 avril 2007


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« To Air the head of people who stop there »

“The true mirror of our speeches is the course of our lives”. This sentence from a famous ancient french writer Montaigne may sum up the philosophy of Fabrice Réhel, self-educated kind of painter born in 1976 in Brittany, France.

This curly boy finds his pleasure searching for new pictorial ways : "I think I am obsessed by creating all the time. To leave traces, draw lines or even place a stone on another... always trying new things. That's why wasting my life to earn it, was not possible. Too many things to get out of me! I wonder: You can always find a solution. I travelled a bit in quite nice places like Morocco, West Indies where I lived, Ireland, Polynesia, met nice people. After I decided to be a ‘professional painter’. Invent your life because none of us can go into ready-to-live-boxes. Some people say it is not easy, you need a huge energy. But it's so much more pleasant ! "

The diversity of his production leads him as much to work on large sizes (series "Lifelines": geographical faces, concepts of boundaries to be exceeded), that on the universe of the beach and surfing. He teaches it on the island of Oléron, France, in summertime. His pieces are currently showed in France and Belgium, and some other emigrated to UK, Switzerland, Germany or Italy, even USA.

« To paint the universe of surfing is like making a good session : pure pleasure ! Then comes the other pleasure to show my work, with this ambition : to air the head of people who stop there. »

his next aim is to draw and build by himself for his growing family a wooden house with straw bales and lime, leading his future son to the ocean and the surfing ... to continue to be in phase with his convictions, like the old Montaigne said!

[ He did also work with the Museum of Island of Oléron to celebrate the 50 years of Surfing in France : « Surfer La Vague ! » until october 2007.
Guest of the Roxy Jam 2007 and at the first International Art Fair devoted to Surfing (MIACS 2007 and 2008), during all summer and fall at Biarritz, France. ]

The series « The Beach » is available at the Galerie Artémise, 1 rue Alain Gerbault 35800 Dinard, FRANCE, ph 00332 99 16 98 93, nice gallery which represents him, or on his website

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Thank you Phil, this is a piece from the never ending series called The beach. As written on a very old and holey T-shirt I wore years ago, maybe "Life's a beach". Fabrice


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