Six letters scratched at the bottom of the canvases, as a pseudo nod to the biblical Noah, as a mark of deep commitment to the three main themes that feed his work: human, animal and nature.
From February 27th, discover a unique selection of the artist’s artworks evoking the three main themes that inspire his work: humans, animals and nature.
Noé Two is far from being an unknown, the one still called «graffiti artist» is even considered as one of the fathers of this artistic current which arrived in France at the beginning of the 80s. His universal message resounds in all languages. Brought up on urban culture, passionate about music, rich from his travels and encounters, Noé Two has never stopped creating and exploring.
Painting is for him like a biological necessity, an affirmation of his identity. Like his emblematic Yaoundé gorilla – the subject of many paintings – he observes the world, calm and present. And after years spent putting colour into the greyness of our cities, he devotes more time to painting on canvas. From those long hours spent surveying the cities, creating monumental frescoes that have become mythical; this madman of colourful coulours and intermingled graphs has retained a unique know-how that he now applies to the gesso of the stretchers. It is in his workshop far from the city that he refines his wild style painting. His artistic family has grown, the work has become more refined, gained in technicality and maturity.