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Franck Tordjmann

1958 Neuilly-sur-Seine, France

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  • About the Artist

Born in 1958, Franck Tordjmann is a French sculptor, painter and photographer. Self-taught, it is a meeting with César in Nice in 1992 that will lead him to sculpture. His favorite material will very quickly be Plexiglas. His aerial sculptures, unique and original works, are always composed of violins or other musical instruments. Of great purity, his compositions play with transparency and light to create emotion and reflexions. He will also, always on the theme of music, create colorful and luminous Plexiglas paintings.

Franck Tordjmann realizes this dream through a series of sculptures where instruments and music pose in a plexiglass case, freezing their lines and reflections, thus trapping their melodies. Transparency plays with light and we could almost imagine these instruments dancing, flying, breaking their fortress to unleash their musical soul. It is a work of remarkable mastery of an artist, also a painter, who knows how to abandon the canvas to devote himself to volumes around enigmatic sculptures. After the bronze where he was able to pay tribute to the artists of New Realism from which he is inspired, Franck Tordjmann offers us unique works made of wood and plexi from which emerges a real feeling of poetic serenity.

Works by Franck Tordjmann

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0 x 128 cm

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48 x 113 x 37 cm

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45 x 93 x 37 cm

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40 x 105 x 35 cm

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