« In art as in life, we need truth not sincerity ».


Artus de Lavilléon is an artist born in 1970, whose work focuses both on the “testimony of brutal experience,” and “archiving the daily life.”

Best known for his large black and white drawings, he has worked on numerous projects including exhibitions, installations, performances, photos, books, fanzines, plays, and founded various shops and magazines.

Mediatized for having lived three weeks in the windows of the grand mall, Printemps, or for his performance “Consumerism” at Citadium Paris, he is the founder of the movement Art Posthume, which claims life over art, amateurism over the professionalism of nothingness, and the right “not to do to be but to be for being.”


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