Discover the work of Epsylon Point, street artist and pioneer of urban art in France.

A gallery dedicated to street art and urban works

The CHOOSE Galerie, a space dedicated to the promotion of street art and urban works of Epsylon Point , was created thanks to the “passion for art” shared by Laurent COQUANT, gallery owner-dealer for more than 30 years, and Henri TRUMER, lawyer and amateur enlightened by art and its history. They thus decided to combine their passions and their experiences to promote this particular artistic genre.

Why support street art?

Street art actors have typically been defined by the people they seek to reach through their urban works . With more conceptual creations, which leave a lot of room for humor and irony, the artists in this field are aimed at everyone. In order to more easily convey their messages and reach a large number of people from all walks of life, they multiply the styles, effects and types of media.

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This is how big names in the discipline such as Blek le Rat, who started in the 1980s, adopted the stencil technique in order to speed up their creative process. Others, like JR, have favored paper posters, knowing that they will eventually disappear. Shepard Fairey, for his part, chose the stickers to publicize his work, and distributed his André the Giant to skateboard communities.

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Thanks to their growing fame, the creations of these artists have made a place for themselves in the art world. It is in this context that well-known street graffiti artists came out and appeared on canvases now visible in major art galleries. This is the case of Jean-Michel Basquiat, who with Al Diaz, composed the SAMO duo, but also of Epsylon Point , pioneer of color stencils in France.

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It is in these conditions that the works are exhibited, a true living legend in the community and a source of inspiration for the younger generations of stencils and street artists.

Focus on Epsylon Point and its street art and urban masterpieces

After having cut his teeth in photography at the end of the Beaux-Arts in Dijon, he discovered spray painting during a performance. Painting freehand in the streets. Epsylon Point stood out for the stencil in 1983 and continued to perfect his technique, which he passed on to many artists, as far as Turin, where he lived in the 1990s.

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And if he is expressed today more on canvases rather than on walls, his signature is easily recognizable. On very colorful abstract backgrounds, he adds figurative stencils , displays political messages, images drawn from current themes, societal questions, music.