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Arnaud Nazare-Aga: Biography of the artist

Arnaud Nazare-Aga was born in 1965 in Paris in a Tibetan Buddhist community in Burgundy. His origins, characterised by a strong religious attachment, led him to realise several projects to decorate Buddhist temples in France, such as the Temple of a Thousand Buddhas in Autun. His skills and talent as a carpenter led him to create three monumental Buddha sculptures inside temples with the collaboration of Buthan artists.

After numerous professional experiences in both Europe and Asia, Arnaud Nazare-Aga moved to Bangkok, where he founded his studio, PAJ'Art.

Several international fairs and galleries, both in Asia and Europe, have hosted Arnaud Nazare-Aga'sartworks. Among the most important are Art Stage Singapore, AAF Milan (Affordable Art Fair) and the Venice Art Biennale, where he presented a Sumo Totem more than 4 metres high, which is now located in Brescia.

Arnaud Nazare-Aga and the accessibility of his art

One of his most important artistic projects concerns works dedicated to the Little Prince. The artist and designer, Arnaud, has in fact decided to make his art accessible to the visually impaired. The works, inspired by the well-known French literary work full of poetic and philosophical meaning, are able to be "seen" through the sense of touch, enabling visually impaired people to enter the art world.

The project was received with great success by the public and were exhibited in Singapore as part of a French festival called Voilah! Subsequently, a further exhibition was held in Hong Kong, where more than 120,000 visitors viewed the show.

In his artistic production, the artist treats sculptures of various sizes, with sinuous lines and bright colours. These softly shaped, smooth and colourful sculptures are meant to bring joy and elevate the mood of all who observe them.

PAJ'Art Studio and Arnaud's collaborations

Among the artist's various collaborations, one of the best known is certainly that with his ex-wife Adeline. The artists Arnaud and Adeline Nazare-Aga have collaborated on numerous works under the name Artheline. Among the various works in the collection that began in 2012, the two artists created Sumo, Hippop'Art, Whale Pop and Goril'Pop sculptures with the intention of spreading a kind of childlike joy in the hearts of viewers due to the bright and vivid colours typical of their sculptures. In 2015, the Hippop'Artexhibition was held at the Fullerton Heritage Precinct in Singapore, where over 40 hippos occupied the hotel's gardens, lobby and outdoor docks. 

Another important collaboration of artist Arnaud is with Chirtsak Phaijitsattaya, also known as iClim. Joining the PAJ Art Studio in 2011, iClim has since collaborated with French visual artist Arnaud Nazare-Aga to create painted resin sculptures, as head sculptor and art project supervisor.

Arnaud Nazare-Aga Artworks For Sale on Deodato Arte

Deodato Arte has been dealing in modern and contemporary art for years, including the works of Arnaud Nazare-Aga.

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