Julien Marinetti Interview in Paris
Julien Marinetti grew up in a creative environment, quai de Conti, between a reporter and photographer father and a mother of a school director of theater and dance. His name, though sounding Italian, connects it to Filippo Tommaso Marinetti author of Manifesto of Futurism (1909). He was only 5 years old when plunged into the world of artistic creation and never leave. The first "still lifes in oil on kitchen towel" the little boy, through all the experiences of diversion of everyday objects, this appetite for artistic creation is confirmed year after year. At the age of 9 years, he tried his hand at carving of limestone and pulls out a style Africanising pretty amazing. Very young, he paints on wood paintings of a composition already mastered.
He began in his youth a solid drawings and sculptures in clay at the Ateliers de la Grande Chaumiere. Artistic research continues in the galleries of the Louvre and in the workshops of Paul Belmondo, and Albert Edmond Heuzé Decaris.
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