Willy Bihoreau

“There are several techniques and graphic styles that come together in my painting that are combined to serve a visual universe that questions the link between past-present and the future.

I take my viewer into a worrisome world of post-end-of-the-world creatures and landscapes. The symbols and architecture are but vestiges of an age gone by, this is the beginning of a new era where humans no longer belong.

I paint this pessimistic yet lucid future to better exorcise my fear of its imminence. Because never before has our future been so dark and uncertain.

Today, our children and their descendants are already condemned to suffer all the terrible consequences of our beautiful “idiocracy”.

The absurdity of our age tends to prove that human beings are still too primary to merit their survival.”

Willy Bihoreau leads an international career. Last exhibit: Washington, DC.