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French Pop Art
Serge Clement, born in Mazières en Gâtine, France in 1933, graduated with honors from L'Ecole des Arts Appliqués in Paris. His first solo show was in Paris in 1960, and he has numerous solo exhibitions with Galerie Beaubourg in Paris, and other galleries in France, Italy, Belgium and United States. Marina Kamena raised and educated in Paris, was born in Belgrade, Yugoslavia in 1945. In addition to painting and sculpture, she created textiles drawings, record covers, magazine and newspapers illustrations and posters. She has had numerous solo exhibitions throughout Europe and the United States.
In 1997, Serge Clement and Marina Kamena started a common work writing “The Joy of Art” published by Abrams, NY (2001), and they recreated ten masterpieces for the film Rembrandt (1999) in which they painted actors in virtuoso reproductions of Rembrandt’s portraits which played a major role in their decision to work together on further projects. These two experiences resulted in their first project of common works: Studiolos, created between 1997 and 1999, which has been followed by many more joint projects.