1. Martin FERNIOT
    Sans titre, 2017
    watercolour and pencil on paper
    105 x 75 cm

    Collection particulière
  2. Martin FERNIOT
    Sans titre, 2017
    watercolour and pencil on paper
    76 x 56 cm

    Collection particulière
  3. Martin FERNIOT
    Sans titre, 2017
    Watercolor, pencil and gold on paper
    64 x 94 cm
  4. Martin FERNIOT
    Sans titre, 2017
    Watercolor and pencil on paper
    38 x 28 cm
  5. Martin FERNIOT
    Sans titre, 2017
    Watercolor and pencil on paper
    56 x 76 cm
  6. Martin FERNIOT
    Sans titre, 2017
    Watercolor and pencil and pastel on paper
    28 x 38 cm
  7. Martin FERNIOT
    Sans titre, 2017
    Watercolor and pencil and pastel on paper
    28 x 38 cm
  8. Martin FERNIOT
    Passants 1, 2013
    Passants
    Felt-ip pen, watercolor and ink on paper
    150 x 220 cm
  9. Martin FERNIOT
    Passants 2, 2013
    Passants
    Felt-ip pen, watercolor and ink on paper
    150 x 220 cm
  10. Martin FERNIOT
    Protestation 2, 2013
    Protestation
    Engraving
    29,7 x 42 cm
  11. Martin FERNIOT
    Protestation 3, 2013
    Protestation
    Engraving
    29,7 x 42 cm


Introduction

Martin Ferniot uses felt pens, colored pencils and water colors to produce figurative works. In his drawings hatching and/or vertical drippings serve to reveal and superimpose figures that appear to be transparent. Thought they are actively part of a bustling world they seem to be vanishing, about to disappear. Martin Ferniot's watchful eye begins by recording the flow of movements that are exchanged between an individual and society.

His drawings enable us to sense the relationship our personal history entertains with that of the group. Observing the influence of society, the community, on an individual, both bodies overlapping: how can the idea of "mass", and the manner in which this notion is absorbed by a person, be represented. Martin Ferniot attempts to focus our attention on these people by surrounding them with emptiness. He erases the areas of intense effervescent activity to highlight the human figure by isolating it against a fluid pictorial matter ; the paper ground then becomes a sort of screen on which our introspective bodies are projected.


Martin Ferniot was born in 1993 (FR).
He lives and works in France.