From his adolescence, the artist is passionate about skateboarding and graffiti, he creates in 1995 his pseudonym FENX. Rocked by the culture of the 80s, he gradually abandons the walls to focus mainly on work on canvas.
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His work transcribes his iconographic and cultural journey. FENX questions the societal relationship to the feminine, to the family and empties by the subject a taboo of our civilization. The women painted by the artist impose themselves as actors of their blooming within a society too little considering. They are in turn, fragile, sensitive, fatal, strong. He captures in his paintings, the beauty in its simplest device. The line is sensual, from the lettering of his name as a graffiti artist to the drawings of the curves of the women he paints.
Today, FenX frees himself from the calligraphy that has been present in his work for many years to introduce details outside of his subjects and play with the depth of the canvas, making his painting even more contemporary.