The work of Antoine Nessi centers around the confrontation of two worlds perceived as antagonistic: that of the arts and that of the industry. This confrontation occurs around a machine, a tool that is at the base of any industrial process. The machine also reflects societal changes of which it was both witness and symbol. What particularly interests Antoine is their intrinsic beauty ; what history, both social and human, gives to them. It is through a series of movements that he tries to emphasize the latter.
Antoine Nessi lives and works in Paris. Graduate from the Beaux-Arts in Dijon, École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris and of the Beaux-Arts in Paris, he exhibited his work in France, Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Canada.
Par les temps qui courent, collective exhibition Grand Café, au LIFE, base of sous-marins, Saint-Nazaire
Mad Things, Cellier de Clairvaux, Dijon
Objets pour un monde sans hommes, Galerie InSitu, Paris