French artist Laurent Le Duenff (1977-) lives and works in Bordeaux. He graduated from the School of Fine Arts of Bordeaux.
Laurent Le Deunff’s artistic works comprise sculptures and drawings, “creating a dialogue between these two techniques.”
In general, his sculptures echo ancestral, prehistoric forms, and vernacular culture (specific to a country or region). The forms, or archetypes that often appear in his work, include caves, rocks, animals, seeds, and nuts.
His walnut “Totem” (2021) – sculptured walnuts on a skewer – exhibited in the Zadkine Museum in Paris from September 2021 to 27 February 2022 – is made of walnuts, wood, feathers, shells, rope, and metal.
Photographer: Martina Nicolls