Zoer, Italian-French artist from Paris. Photo © Frédéric Battle

1.Tell us what you do and your beginnings.

I am painting since 2002. My main specialities are muralism, canvas painting and installations of objects. I started by graffiti at that time, besides of my industrial design studies. After my graduation in 2008 I’ve been working in the industry as product designer for various universes such as sport equipment or railway industry, interior design and arts of table. Besides of that I was continually painting murals and canvases exploring the global thematic of objects.

With the time, I’ve been developing some installations as well, most of them involving cars or industrial objects. I’ve had the chance to work with Kaikaikiki Gallery for various solo and group shows.

Solara, Acrylic painting colorama over 144 vehicles © Zoer / Frédéric Battle. Angoulême, France 2019

2.What are your favorite museums in the world? Why?

Musée d’Orsay, Paris, France. There is not enough of a life to discover and rediscover all the impressionist treasures, trying to understand the processes and the thoughts that  accompanied the profound mutations in painting at that time.