Aloïs Marignane

The interview

Beya Rebaï

The heiress of the beasts | Still little known a short time ago, Beya Rebaï has created an original artistic style between pastel, fauvism and explosive colors. Her work, her prolific production and her inimitable style have today reached a wide audience. The first time we met was in 2019, in the former pharmacy in the 11th arrondissement, which has now become the Slow Galerie, an exhibition space for new illustration talents. That evening, during the opening of her Rivage exhibition, many of us have admired Brittany in large format through the hatched and vibrant lines of Beya Rebaï's pastels. A year and a half later, we found ourselves on the Père-Lachaise side. In this peaceful environment, Beya lends herself into the interview game....

What I’m trying to transcribe is an emotion devoid of any intellectualization, something very pure and instinctive
Clement Thoby

Clement Thoby

The intensity of colored pencil | His drawing style is figurative, almost realist, but the vivid strength and irregular charm of colored pencil always shows through his sketches. Clément Thoby was born and raised in Nantes, where he watches the Marc Jacobs and Karl...

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Jean Mallard

Jean Mallard

The Napolitan passion | The phone rings. « Can I call you back in 5 minutes, I’m on my bike? ». We are getting out of a 1-year lockdown gradually. Jean Mallard just arrived at a friend’s in the south of Paris right before curfew. He is finishing Arts Décoratifs school...

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Agathe Troussel

Agathe Troussel

The pleasure of colors | Sheltering in the quiet of a small room of the 101 Degrés workshop in Lyon, Agathe took the time to answer my questions. It is in this self-managed coworking of the Croix Rousse that she currently works as artistic director and illustrator...

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