Collection Latil presents two works by Martin Berger at the Courcelles showroom.
Collection Latil embodies the tale of meaningful collaborations between visionary artists and skilled craftsmen. Under the invitation of Charlotte Biltgen, Anne-Sophie proudly presents the work of four talented artisans at Courcelles.
A French-Swiss artist, trained at the École du Louvre in Paris and specialized in decorative arts as an antique dealer, he pursued his apprenticeship in mural design workshops, then developed his first personal artistic activities in the USA.
When he returned to France, he set up his studio in the heart of the Alps, creating vibrant and unique works. Free amplitude or measured stops, curves or lines punctuate his creations. Reliefs, tracings, superimpositions and ruptures suspend the rhythms of time and imprint movement.
As a choreographer of materials, Martin Berger draws inspiration from nature and the fluidity of human gesture. Employing various techniques, he continually explores novel methods of creation, driven by an insatiable curiosity to delve into the realms of the unknown, both human and temporal.
His art embodies a dual perspective, oscillating between aesthetics and a poignant reminder of the imperative to honor and preserve our earthly abode and existence.