Brann Renaud was born in 1977 in Paris where he is presently living and working. He got his dnsap degree from Paris School of Fine Arts in 2004. He attended Montrouge and ‘November in Vitry’ exhibitions and then worked with the Trafic Gallery of Paris. He was awarded the Antoine Marin prize in 2007.
Since then he has attended, in France and in Europe, many exhibitions and fairs ( Slick, Art-Paris…), notably ‘A cent Mètres du Centre du Monde’ Contemporary Art Center in Perpignan, in 2015, around Pat Andrea.
‘I am currently working, as I have been doing so for ten years, working on reality filtered through the prism of poetry, of some mismatch specific to subjectivity, occasionally childlike, as far as it does not fit any dogma nor prejudice. First and foremost what matters is felt experience, which can be cruel and scathing, an experience meant to deliver what reality can genuinely offer us. I build on the images that come to me, I build again and again on them to bring my feeling to light. I create a painting which tells a story as much as it shows something.’