Poetry, eroticism and freedom
Joan Gardy Artigas’ art works conjure up themes such as tolerance, poetry, irony, eroticism, but most of all… freedom.
As a child, Joan Gardy Artigas was born into a very artistic environment. After studying at “École du Louvre”, he makes a name for himself by establishing his workshop in Paris where he collaborates alongside Braque, Chagall, Giacometti and especially alongside Joan Miró, a well-renowned ceramist and close friend of his dad. His monumental sculptures, ceramic works and carnal, archaic-shaped drawings – which are often inspired by the human anatomy as well as by Oriental and Mediterrenean mythologies – adorn walls and gardens across the world. Joan Gardy Artigas’ art works conjure up themes such as tolerance, poetry, irony, eroticism, but most of all… freedom.
Joan Gardy Artigas, born in 1938 in Boulogne-Billancourt, France