Jérôme Mesnager

Jérôme Mesnager - Galerie d'art dédiée au Pop Art et au Street Art - Pop Art Gallery

Jérôme Mesnager joined the Boulle school in 1974 to train in cabinetmaking, where he then taught. In 1979, he took comics lessons given by Yves Got and Georges Pichard, teachers at the Duperré School of Applied Arts.

In 1982, he was one of the founding members of Zig-Zag, a group of around ten young artists who decided to take to the streets by creating graffiti and organizing ephemeral performances in abandoned factories.

On January 16, 1983, he created the Man in White, a symbol of light, strength and peace. Jérôme Mesnager has reproduced this white silhouette throughout the world, from the walls of Paris to the Great Wall of China.

In 1990, Jérôme Mesnager left his childhood home, where he had met Jean-Pierre Le Boul'ch, founded his associations and created his first works, to settle in the 20th arrondissement of Paris. He exhibited a series of fences on the theme of combat at the Loft gallery, which published a catalog.

In 1995, he created a large mural entitled “It’s us guys from Ménilmontant” in the 20th arrondissement of Paris, rue de Ménilmontant.

Jérôme Mesnager has often collaborated with Némo, whose favorite character is a black silhouette of a man in a raincoat wearing a hat. This collaboration associated him with the Parisian urban art movement, notably with Blek le Rat, Miss Tic, Jef Aérosol, Némo, and Figuration Libre in the early 1980s.

In 2006, Jérôme Mesnager created a series of paintings inspired by art nouveau and art deco. The same year, he carried out an intervention at the Hôtel des Académies et des Arts in Paris by invading the space with his “White Bodies”.

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  • Décollage Urbain - Jérôme Mesnager Décollage Urbain - Jérôme Mesnager

    Jérôme Mesnager Urban Unstick

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    Magnificent canvas on frame created by Lasveguix in collaboration with Jérôme Mesnager using recycled posters, aerosol cans, acrylic paint and posca. This is a work on the theme of gambling with a concrete effect behind the torn poster which reinforces the feeling of having a real part of an urban wall.

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    €1.750,00

  • Invader - Jérôme Mesnager Invader - Jérôme Mesnager

    Jérôme Mesnager Invader

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    Magnificent canvas on frame created by Lasveguix in collaboration with Jérôme Mesnager using recycled posters, aerosol spray, acrylic paint and posca. This is a work on the theme of Invader ( French street artist and mosaicist) as well as the Rubik's Cube (puzzle invented by Ernő Rubik in 1974).

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    €1.750,00

  • Joconde - Jérôme Mesnager Joconde - Jérôme Mesnager

    Jérôme Mesnager Mona Lisa

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    Magnificent canvas on stretcher made by Lasveguix in collaboration with Jérôme Mesnager using recycled posters, aerosol spray, acrylic paint and posca. This painting pays homage to the Mona Lisa, Portrait of Mona Lisa, the most famous painting by Leonardo da Vinci in the world. On the latter we find the vision of the two artists in their respective styles.

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    €1.500,00

  • Chaplin n°46 - Jérôme Mesnager Chaplin n°46 - Jérôme Mesnager

    Jérôme Mesnager Chaplin n°46

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    Magnificent canvas on stretcher made by Lasveguix in collaboration with Jérôme Mesnager using recycled posters, aerosol spray, acrylic paint and posca. This painting pays homage to Charlie Chaplin, British actor, director, screenwriter, producer and composer who created Tramp, one of the most famous characters in cinema history.

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    €1.500,00

  • Obey n°68 - Jérôme Mesnager Obey n°68 - Jérôme Mesnager

    Jérôme Mesnager Obey n°68

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    Magnificent canvas on stretcher made by Lasveguix in collaboration with Jérôme Mesnager using recycled posters, aerosol spray, acrylic paint and posca. This painting pays tribute to Shepard Fairey (Obey), a very influential American street art artist known for having created the "Hope" poster during the American presidential campaign for Barack Obama's campaign.

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    €1.500,00

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