Stéphane Dafflon

  • Stéphane Dafflon
    AST 249
    2015
    Acrylique sur toile
    200 x 200 cm
    ©Annik Wetter

  • Stéphane Dafflon
    AST209
    2012
    Acrylique sur toile
    225 x 215 cm
    ©Annik Wetter

  • Stéphane Dafflon
    AST258-259 (diptyque)
    2016
    Acrylique sur toile
    50,4 x 40,4 cm (chaque)
    ©Annik Wetter

  • Stéphane Dafflon
    AST255-256-257 (triptyque)
    2016
    Acrylique sur toile
    50,4 x 40,4 cm (chaque)
    ©Annik Wetter

  • Stéphane Dafflon
    AST254
    2016
    Acrylique sur toile
    173,5 x 200,3 cm
    ©Annik Wetter

  • Stéphane Dafflon
    AST253
    2016
    Acrylique sur toile
    142,4 x 123,4 cm
    ©Annik Wetter

  • Stéphane Dafflon
    AST252
    2016
    Acrylique sur toile
    150 x 173,4 cm
    ©Annik Wetter

  • Stéphane Dafflon
    AST251
    2016
    Acrylique sur toile
    167,1 x 193,5 cm
    ©Annik Wetter

  • Stéphane Dafflon
    AST250
    2016
    Acrylique sur toile
    173,5 x 200,3 cm
    ©Annik Wetter

Stéphane Dafflon’s paintings are simple at first glance, strangely smooth, however perfectly mastered. Made of geometric and abstract shapes with sharp contours and primary colors, his artworks question first by their effective sobriety. Then, when getting closer, shapes blur, some angles become round and some points progressively unravel. Stéphane Dafflon distorts the line, shifts the alignment, granting a vibratory power to his canvases, which resonates within the space where it is situated. First created with a computer, Stéphane Dafflon’s artworks, when transcribed onto a canvas or a wall, reveal themselves in their environment. Therefore, Stéphane Dafflon’s work needs to be felt, heard; it is a real-life experience. The many physical sensations that the artist wishes to provoke on the spectator in the way, for instance, of music and its vibrations by which he is inspired. As a mather of fact, the Swiss artist intermixes a lot of different influences. From the concrete art and the minimalism in the shapes and the colors, including graphic design in the computer-aided process of creation, its paintings could be considered as well as « design painted » as of monochrome.

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