Thierry Job is a French artist who has worked and lived in Barcelona, New York and Bordeaux, and is currently settled in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
He uses materials without discrimination, materials such as iron, wood, aluminum, bronze, cardboard and resin. His themes are varied: transportation, architecture, animals and the human form. His sculptures express lightness, mobility and often humor.
He often designs furniture, lamps and useful objects. For several years, he operated a gallery-boutique, Lulared, in Bordeaux, where he features his designs and collaborated with Cha Cha, an artist shop in Barcelona.
Thierry's artistic career began in Spain after having graduated from Les Beaux Arts de Paris. He was an instant success and was named amongst the most noteworthy artists of 1982. His work is in the collections of The Museo Reina Sofía in Madrid. as well is in Barcelona, the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands. In the U.S, he was commissioned to do a 40 foot sculpture for the Packard Building in Detroit.
He is currently working towards a show for the Octavia Gallery in New Orleans for 2023, focusing on his surprising take on superheroes. This will be a joint show with his wife Carmen Almon.
90 x 70 x 15 cm
Kissinger’s biography, plexiglass, steel, synthetic grass, paper, white cement, magnets, white enamel, black pastel
60 x 60 x 30 cm
tornillo wood, plastic toys, truck ornaments (horse and horns), belt buckles, acrylic paint, silver leaf, synthetic grass, ex votos
52 x 33 x 33 cm
tornillo wood, steel, magnets, acrylic