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Jean-Baptiste Bernadet’s paintings channel the thick brushstrokes and sensitivity to color and light of Impressionists like Claude Monet. His canvases notably resist any one point of focus, instead conveying an overall sense of atmosphere and vivid optical shimmer that captivates and holds the viewer’s attention.
American Contemporary Gallery, New York
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Jean-Baptiste Bernadet (French, b. 1978) is an artist living in Brussels, Belgium. Bernadet was an artist-in-residence at Triangle Studios, Brooklyn in 2012, APT Studios, Brooklyn in 2011, and the Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas, in 2010. The artist’s abstract paintings display his sensitivity to color, transforming his canvases through a process of overlapping, negation, and revision. Through his works, Bernadet aims to negotiate the inherent restrictions of the medium he has chosen.