The H art agency defends today a constellation of innovative and singular artists who offer a new look on the art of our time. We highlight the history and approach of a selection of artists with varied styles but all inhabited by the same energy and an authentic approach.
H art has the honour of representing talents of all disciplines (painters, sculptors, visual artists, photographers, dancers) who address various audiences such as collectors, art dealers, real estate actors, but also foundations or institutions.
In order to honour our convictions, H art is committed every day to positioning its artists and defending their works, both artistically and commercially. In this benevolent context, interdisciplinary artistic encounters are born.
TEMPO N.O.K. was born in 1982. At the age of 17, he discovered graffiti in the Parisian suburbs, in a small town called Vigneux-sur-seine, where he grew up. His artist name comes from a shortening of "Temporality" and the acronym "N.O.K."...
Born in Algiers in 1979, Mohamed Kahouadji is a self-taught painter and sculptor, passionate about Japanese art, the culture of the manga that rocked his childhood. A true homage to Japanese history, his works merge different eras and references according to his imagination and his visions.
At the age of 17 he produced his first works in the style of Caravaggio. Later, he decided to bring to the traditional painting techniques of the great masters of the Renaissance, of which he is the heir, a touch of modernity inspired by Pop-Art and Geek Art.
Fabien Mazé, alias "XKUZ" is a French visual artist born in 1985. Trained as a graphic designer, he works on the architecture of the letter, which he transforms and develops through complex compositions where purity and aesthetic research are mixed.
Born in 1992 in Normandy, Elsa Duault, a self-taught artist, began painting while studying for a Master’s degree in Marketing in Paris. The discovery of more than 700 works of her grandfather, whom she never knew, will make her find her way. In February 2017 she left for South Africa to study Fine Art at the prestigious Michaelis School of Fine Art (University of Cape Town - UCT).
Inspired in particular by the New Realists, the humour of Magritte and the conceptual work of Duchamp, Benoît Dutour uses a wide range of techniques and mediums to offer multiple points of entry into his world....
After attending an advertising school, the encounter with the hip-hop movement in the 1990s marked his youth. He discovered the path of the wastelands and other railways.
Neon Minuit is a duo of artists who use digital tools. They capture pieces of reality to stage them in their playground: the virtual world. Their artistic approach is inspired by scientific experimentation and serendipity.
Fred Sapey - Triomphe
Fred Sapey-Triomphe is a visual artist who lives and works in Paris. Trained at the Ecole Supérieure Nationale des Beaux-Arts de Paris and at the Ecole Boulle, Fred Sapey-Triomphe creates digital art installations using light as a raw material.
Gilbert Petit nourishes his works with his own crossbreeding, with the languages of his African, Asian and European roots. Whatever the medium, we find the flat colours of Pop Art, the plastic language of comics, that of Figuration Libre and the Street Art gesture, but also, in the background, like an atavistic resurgence, the cult of the ancestors and voodoo…
Joachim Romain uses advertising posters as the basis for his portraits in which he questions the life cycle of the poster.
Born in June 1990 and originally from a large city in Algeria (Tlemcen), he owes his pronounced taste for craftsmanship to his culture and his many influences…
Born in 1969, Christophe Luci was admitted in 1984 to the Institute of Fine Arts in St Luc, Belgium. He then trained in new image technologies.
A surveyor of the urban world, Sébastien Mehal plays with the mixtures and borders that he pushes back and moves in his works to the limits of abstraction. Sébastien Mehal started working with monochrome very early on, developing large square, round or oval formats....
Quentin DMR defines himself as "a plastic photographer". He experiments, diverts and reorients the gaze. He questions the place of the photographic image to give us what he calls a deconstruction of the image…
What counts for Pierrick Allemand is the beat of life. The scene that unfolds before your eyes with the girl on a motorbike, the actress in her set, all these scenes represent a certain vibration…
In her choreography, Youfa integrates her entire history of musical registers to create hybrid movements that she performs in her own videos.
A child of hip-hop culture and attached to the group phenomenon that unites "a family" around an art, Anka wishes to lead his colleagues towards other styles of dance, driven by a boundless curiosity.
Swan Reault is a 23 years old dancer from the South of France.
His artistic sensibility will lead him directly to the urban disciplines stemming from the hip-hop movement in which his movements will take all their meaning.
Rast is a self-taught artist who creates portraits with a wide range of inspirations.
Anima Rolland is passionate about film photography, photographing those we don‘t want to see, those who don’t fit the norms and are avoided.
Jana & JS
Jana and JS are a couple of artists whose work takes place in urban spaces as well as in closed exhibition spaces. Inspired by the city and its ever-changing architecture, but also by those who live and observe it, they paint urban landscapes, simple architectural details and portraits in a game of mirrors, transparency and mise en abyme…
Dourone’s work is a record that expresses the adaptation of the human species on a planet that is no longer the same.
Born in 1959, Frank Benoualid has been a painter by passion since the late 1980s. Self-taught, he quickly found a personal way to exhibit his work after only three years.
Ève Laroche-Joubert, born in 1975 in Nancy, has formed a practice based on the concepts of balance and coordination.