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M-City (Gdansk, Poland – 1978)
M-City used to be a video game designer obsessed with sciences.
One day in the early 90s he has been caught by the street art.
He went to conquer the continents, with some stencils in his
pocket and a concept: the imagination is the only limit of
representation. By the way of pixel art, his work unfolds as
infinite landscapes, black and white, standing at the dawn of the
Industrial Revolution. With paintings ranging up to 85 meters
long, this young Polish man delights in gigantism. M-City’s
renown is now undeniable, both on the street that gallery. He is
proposing today to come and share his dream both wildly poetic
and mathematics for the first time in Paris.
Exhibition September, 24 to October, 30, 2010 at Galerie Itinerrance
Opening on Friday, September, 24 from 6 pm
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