Alexandre Lamarche and Florentine Ovize are a couple of French artists who have been working together since 2005. Them work—which revolves around their perception of the popular—challenges us with grotesque everyday elements. Their works materialise in the form of painting, drawing and sculpture, favouring the development of installation projects which they imbue with their own universe. Their rich visual culture is nurtured by their personal references.
The fluid expression of their pieces—built with four hands—has brought them international recognition: they were selected for the of the Drawing Center’s Open Sessions in New York in 2016 and we can find their work in important public and private collections, such as the FMAC in Paris, FRAC in Île-de-France, FRAC in the Pays de la Loire, FRAC Midi-Pyrénées and the Centre d’art du Parc Saint Léger, among others.