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Lithographic poster




66 cm x 100 cm



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Work sold with a certificate of authenticity issued by PostersAndCo.
Lithographic poster sold with invoice.

State of conservation

Very good




Rhône-Alpes, France


Le Club 55, François Boisrond, 1996

This is an original lithographic poster. It features Club 55, located on the Plage de Pampelonne in Ramatuelle, not far from Saint-Tropez.

This poster measures 66 x 100 cm, it signed in the image by the artist. The paper used is 200g mat coated paper. The poster is sold in perfect condition in a protective tube.

Lithographic poster of the most famous beach on the Côte d'Azur in Saint Tropez - Ramatuelle, where Vadim's film "Et Dieu créa la Femme" was shot. In 1996, François Boisrond dedicated this poster to this unique spot, where celebrities from all over the world come every summer to pick up the torch from Brigitte Bardot when Saint-Tropez was rediscovered.


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François Boisrond

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Born in 1959


François Boisrond was born in Paris on 24 February 1959. He is a contemporary French artist whose vibrant and captivating artistic career has propelled him to the forefront of the art scene. His passion for art emerged at an early age, but it wasn't until the 1980s that he began to make his own unique mark on the world of painting.

Boisrond studied at the École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs and became involved with Hervé Di Rosa and Robert Combas in the Figuration libre movement. His early work was influenced by the Paris underground music scene, particularly punk and new wave, and this creative energy quickly found its way into his canvases. His vivid colours, dynamic compositions and acute sense of form have made him a key artist of the new figuration.

Boisrond's art attracted the attention of the art world early in his career, and he soon exhibited his work in prestigious galleries and museums in France and abroad. His work has been shown at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, the Centre Georges Pompidou and the Venice Biennale, to name but a few. His artistic vision, which he describes as a 'new classicism', reflects an ever-changing age, combining classical influences with contemporary elements to create profound and expressive works.

Boisrond's reputation has also extended beyond the world of contemporary art. He has collaborated with renowned musicians and artists, including Jean-Michel Basquiat and Madonna, adding a multidisciplinary dimension to his work. His work has been exhibited in iconic pop culture locations, such as album covers, and has been included in the collections of prestigious art institutions around the world.

Over the years, François Boisrond has continually evolved as an artist, exploring new media and approaches while remaining true to his distinct aesthetic. His commitment to art and his ability to transcend artistic boundaries have made him a true pioneer of the contemporary art scene.

Today, François Boisrond continues to inspire art lovers around the world with his innovative creations, major exhibitions and indelible contribution to contemporary art. His work is a celebration of the creativity and vitality of artistic expression, and he continues to write art history with his colourful palette and boundless imagination.