Born in Lyon in 1965, Franck Scurti lives and works in Paris.
Franck Scurti’s works, often derived from our everyday, domestic world, but also from the urban space, are part of what he calls “already socialised elements”.
Their reinterpretation lies in re-compositions and shifts.
The viewers dive into a familiar world, but which has been submitted to the artist’s explorations, thus requiring a recoding.
He held exhibitions in many museums, such as the Palais de Tokyo in Parigi, the MAMCO – Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain in Genève, the MAN – Museo d’Arte Provincia di Nuoro, the first Moscow Biennale, Berlin, the Haus der Kunst, Munich.
His works are kept in important public and private collections like the Centre Georges Pompidou in Parigi, the Musée d’Art Modern et Contemporain in Strasbourg or the Ali Dinckok Collection, Istanbul.
New Chance V, 2021
Lux Vision III, 2021
Fine del mercato, 2021
Sunset stories #1, 2018
Economic landscape, 2022
“Still Life” (A Natural History of Destruction), 2022