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Street Art

Levalet

Charles Leval, known as Levalet, was born in 1988 in Epinal. He grew up in Guadeloupe, where he came into contact with urban culture and then with the visual arts. He pursues his studies of visual arts in Strasbourg; His work, then more focused on video, feeds on an assiduous theatrical practice. He gets the aggregation in 2012, when his work begins to take place in the streets of Paris. He has since participated in numerous exhibitions including several Solo shows, and participated in some international meetings.Levalet’s work is above all a work of drawing and installation. He plays his characters drawn in Indian ink in the public space, in a game of visual and semantic dialogue with the present environment. The characters interact with the architecture and deploy themselves in situations often bordering on the absurd.Charles Leval, known as Levalet, was born in 1988 in Epinal. He grew up in Guadeloupe, where he came into contact with urban culture and then with the visual arts. He pursues his studies of visual arts in Strasbourg; His work, then more focused on video, feeds on an assiduous theatrical practice. He gets the aggregation in 2012, when his work begins to take place in the streets of Paris. He has since participated in numerous exhibitions including several Solo shows, and participated in some international meetings.Levalet’s work is above all a work of drawing and installation. He plays his characters drawn in Indian ink in the public space, in a game of visual and semantic dialogue with the present environment. The characters interact with the architecture and deploy themselves in situations often bordering on the absurd.Charles Leval, known as Levalet, was born in 1988 in Epinal. He grew up in Guadeloupe, where he came into contact with urban culture and then with the visual arts. He pursues his studies of visual arts in Strasbourg; His work, then more focused on video, feeds on an assiduous theatrical practice. He gets the aggregation in 2012, when his work begins to take place in the streets of Paris. He has since participated in numerous exhibitions including several Solo shows, and participated in some international meetings.Levalet’s work is above all a work of drawing and installation. He plays his characters drawn in Indian ink in the public space, in a game of visual and semantic dialogue with the present environment. The characters interact with the architecture and deploy themselves in situations often bordering on the absurd.