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Jean Olivier Hucleux: Du travail à l'oeuvre (2011)

Painter of international renown, Jean Olivier Hucleux (born in 1923) is one of the pioneers of the hyper-realist movement which grew in Europe and in the United States from 1969. In ... See full summary »

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Painter of international renown, Jean Olivier Hucleux (born in 1923) is one of the pioneers of the hyper-realist movement which grew in Europe and in the United States from 1969. In parallel, since 1980 Hucleux has been producing 'deprogramming' drawings that he creates intuitively, without any plan, trying to get to a forgotten memory, hidden in the brain of all men. From 2005 to 2009, Virgile Novarina regularly visited him, camera in hand, in his house filled with singular works and objects. This film is the first documentary entirely dedicated to this unique artist. There, Hucleux spontaneously shares his passion for painting, his encounter with Vlaminck, the choice of his artist name, his dyslexia and his extraordinary gift. Written by Anonymous

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