Exposition

Delphine Cossais and MIKA

  • Wed, Sep 21 - Sat, Sep 24 2016
    Closed on weekends
  • 10:00am - 7:00pm
  • Opening Party
    Fri, Sep 21, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
  • Free entrance

We’re excited to announce that French artists, Delphine and MIKA are having their exhibit at USN Gallery. Don’t miss this opportunity to check out their artwork. Also, we’re having an opening party where you can meet the artists and make some cool friends!

Delphine Cossais and MIKA had exhibitions in Paris, London and New York. They have their own style but also works collaboratively on duo paintings. The couple is committing to painting together, in spite of their seemingly incongruous artistic sensibilities. So they put their canvases back to back, and set parameters to work within: a limited palate of colors, words and objects. The resulting paintings compliment each other so well, they evolved to painting together on the same canvas. Though they set out with an agreed upon theme in mind, such as a song lyric, each artist would contribute their own interpretation to that theme with feelings, sounds and colors. And the results are stunning: colorful, playful, intriguing.

Artists Profile

Delphine Cossais

Delphine Cossais was born in Paris, France. The world she creates through painting is extremely feminine and full of intricate patterns, rich texture, subtle hues and dreamy girls in poetic settings. Her imaginary characters have captivating expressions, intense glances, yet always soft and tender, reflecting the soft-hearted painter that she is.

http://delphinecossais.typepad.fr

Mika

Mika was born in Pas-de-Calais, France. He first trained himself drawing landscapes and portraits. The world he creates through his art is inspired by both punk music and French poetry. His work is spontaneous and naive. In the course of his experimentations, as a self-taught artist, Mika confirms his style playing with shapes to build his characters and combining vivid colors to give them cheerfulness and spirit to his everyday life scene. He relishes mixing colors and shapes in a fantastically unbridled production full of energy.