Freddy’s proudly presents the Early Art Work of JEAN-DANIEL SALVAT: {Reverse paintings}

JEAN DANIEL SALVAT; “#442” Early Work 1. 24 inches x 20 inches Acrylic on reverse vinyl.
Freddy's bar JEAN DANIEL SALVAT Early Work 3.
JEAN DANIEL SALVAT “#448” Early Work 3. 24 inches x 20 inches. Acrylic on reverse vinyl.

JEAN-DANIEL SALVAT is a French Artist living in the South of France. He painted in Brooklyn N.Y. at the turn of the century.

EARLY WORK: “I paint on the reverse side of a transparent vinyl, then mounted on stretchers. Any tactile sign is, this way, erased from the work. No pictoral matter remains, just a smooth and shiny surface. I give the painting an ambiguous identity by intending it to work just as a facsimile of itself.

I deliberately focus on the production system of a painting, on the way it is perceived as an object. Nevertheless, without being reduced to a process, through different series, I want the work allowed to change indefinitely and open itself to any potentiality.”

New York, 1995

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JEAN DANIEL SALVAT “Untitled” Early Work 2. Acrylic on reverse vinyl.

All work 2002: Acrylic modified on vinyl, 24″ x 20″ From the collection of Nancy Drew.

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