Garcia joins the Saint Martin Gallery

Julien Garcia or artistic retraining

Nature, source of inspiration.
Each of his creations is original, unique and impossible to reproduce identically, handmade in a traditional way because it is about plastic mosaics. There is no question here of a published art object. Each of the pieces has a soul, a clean history that can not be reproduced.
Nature and its magnificence are the main source of inspiration for Julien GARCIA. All her creations are indeed derived from simple and living beings – animals and plants …

Use of recycling materials.
All creations are based on plastic and recycling, that is to say oil, whose resources are limited to about fifty years.

Awareness of overconsumption.
The plastics used come from objects, useful or useless, of everyday life. They all have the distinction of being ubiquitous (remotes, computers, hard packaging, toys …), and often end up in the trash after having a limited life. By reusing them, Julien GARCIA tries in a certain sense to denounce the society of overconsumption in which we live.
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In his creations, Chinikov follows the rich traditions of European art while developing a personal touch that is easily recognizable with its distinctive shapes and bright colours.



“The Pigments of Life”

Born in France in 1970, Georges Moquay is a French painter. He is the son of Daniel Moquay and his wife Rotraut Klein-Moquay, widow, since 1962, of Yves Klein.

Born in a family where art in all its forms is the master word, a painter of color and expressive explosions, influenced by pop, rock, reggae music, by the signs of modern graphic: tags, grafs, comics …; References to ethnic communities. Georges Moquay is an artist, fully in the lineage of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Robert Combas, etc… He has retained the childhood dear to Picasso, he speaks with enthusiasm , To sensibility: a precious look at the outside world. He specially realized for the 2006 edition of the Bal de la Rose in Monaco, the cover of the invitation and the program …

Happy New Year

“The gallery saint martin wishes you a very beautiful year 2017, full of happiness and emotions”.


JOHANNE EIGHT is a rising figure of the STREET POP, urban art, pop and grafitti. Having chosen her name in connection with the number 8 that she considers as a lucky charm, the future is most smiling for this artist whose fame is international. She has collaborated with brands like Paul & Joe, a sign all the more obviously of her immense talent.



Costa, heir of Caesar, carved signs …
It heats it the soda, he assembles, for nearly 20 years the signs are the artistic territory of Costa. A creative approach akin to that of another compressor admires Caesar. Ten years after his first major exhibition in Paris, the sculptor, welder became the darling of collectors and major galleries around the world.


Laurence Jenkell Cannes 2016

Laurence Jenkell, exhibition Cannes 2016, Croisette, France
Here is the video of the exhibition of Laurence Jenkell at Cannes this summer, on Croisette.


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