The painting of Marcel Bénaïs, supposedly accessible and playful, is adorned with schematic lines, sometimes caricatural and with acid colors. Braque, Matisse, Basquiat and above all Picasso are constant sources of inspiration for Marcel Bénaïs, one might say. And we would be wrong. Because although very present in his universe, his "spiritual masters" are in fact only pretexts, borrowed masks, through which he tries to place himself outside his creation, to completely extirpate his intimate emotions.
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