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Fashion Illustrator Cédric Rivrain shows in Paris

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Based in Paris, Cédric Rivrain works within the fashion world as illustrator and designer since the age of 18. These collaborations include magazines such as Tokion, Numéro, and A magazine; drawing for fashion designers such as Yazbukey, John Galliano, and Martine Sitbon, and exhibiting in notable spaces such as Le Bon Marche, Maria Luisa, and Christie’s.
Born in 1977, the son of a doctor, Rivrain grew up in a medical environment, surrounded by bandages and the study of the human body. Anatomy has held a constant place in his life, and consequently and consistenly influences his work. The drawings exhibited here are personal. Devoid of any commercial or professional constraints. They are his free hand, his personal world, and his escape from his daily tasks. Yet even when Cedric attempts to distance himself from fashion with bandages and dissection, what he illustrates best, and what is constantly present is beauty. This personal work is not anti-fashion, but the radical difference between these drawings and those “on command,” is that these may reach deeper into what attracted this human being to the industry in the first place.

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Brachfeld Gallery, 78 rue des Archives, Paris, France, 011 33 1 46 36 15 00, now thru June 16, gallery@brachfeld-paris.com

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