Art Madrid'23 – Quentin Garel

Quentin Garel | Crâne de Lion

Quentin Garel

Crâne de Lion, 2012

Bronze Sculpture

66 x 45 x 28 cm

Galerie LJ

París, Francia

Programa General B2


about Quentin Garel

París, (Francia), 1975

Quentin Garel currently works between Paris and Normandy, where he has a workshop dedicated to his monumental sculptures. Garel graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris (1998) and is a resident at the Casa Velazquez in Madrid from 1998 to 2000. Quentin Garel's work is connected to the animal world: he is inspired by anatomy, skeletons and archaeological remains to create sculptures of hybrid forms. He plays with reality and changes the scale of his animals, to deviate from the forms and invent a population of a parallel paleontological world. At first glance, his sculptures look like vestiges of real animals, in a subtle assemblage of wood and bronze that the artist works in such a way that they are indistinguishable to the naked eye. Garel is an archaeologist of the present, reinterpreting the animal figure through a multitude of morphological declinations.

Quentin Garel 's works

Quentin Garel | Tentacule III

Quentin Garel

Tentacule III, 2020

Bronze Sculpture

80 x 35 x 28 cm

Featured works

David Delgado Ruiz | Life In Mars. Starship Crash

David Delgado Ruiz

Life In Mars. Starship Crash, 2021

Fotografía Analógica y Digital, Impresión Certificada en Papel Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Ultra Smooth 305 gsm · 100% Cotton. Museum Standard Cotton Paper.

50 x 50 cm

Juana González | Abrazo

Juana González

Abrazo, 2021

Oil on canvas

110 x 90 cm

Juan Genovés | Acuden

Juan Genovés

Acuden, 2017

Obra gráfica muy intervenida a mano por el artista. Ed de 10

74 x 60 cm