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3ttman. Artista (lille, 1978) Louis Lambert es un artista francés residente en España desde 2001.

3TTMAN es su alter ego con tres cabezas que empezó a pintar en las calles de Lille en 1999, representa según el propio artista, la profunda complejidad del ser humano y los diferentes puntos de vista que surgen de una misma situación. Polifacético, juega con asimilar en su trabajo lenguajes populares que sortean su vida diaria, y así, afrontar la actualidad de su tiempo desde una perspectiva simbólica.

Se siente especialmente fascinado por el arte primitivo y su fuerza intuitiva. Su linea de investigación consiste en hacer evidente la capacidad innata de cualquier forma de expresión a la hora de trascender lo mundano y convertirse en arte; otorga especial relevancia a la experimentación material, lo que le ha llevado a la utilización de cemento, papel maché, cerámica oriental,  y a un amplio abanico de distintos formatos que van desde el cuadro al trabajo mural a gran escala.

Para 3TTMAN el placer creativo es indisociable del proceso; disfruta trabajando y es por eso que se refleja en su particular estilo: dinámico, colorido, alegre y auténtico.

Sus intervenciones le han llevado a trabajar con instituciones de renombre como la Tate Modern (Street walking tour 2008), El País (ARCO 2012), la embajada Española (realización de un muro de mosaico de 30 metros en Hanoi 2010), el MUVIM (Museo Valenciano de la Ilustración y la modernidad), y participar en los mejores festivales de muralismo internacionales.

Biografia de 3ttman

 

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Louis Lambert is 3TTMAN, or to aid in its proper pronunciation, Trois Têtes Man, the agitador de medio ambiente. As a key presence in the contemporary urban art scene in Madrid, he has formed an aesthetic combining the punk heritage of graffiti, its do-it-yourself, by any means necessary attitude, with a style showing a strong influence of both vernacular, and popular religious art. Working on a plethora of surfaces (from billposters to self-laid concrete), and utilising a myriad of techniques (from ceramics to mosaics), Lambert’s production purposefully blurs the boundary between art and craft, challenging prevailing conceptions of ‘correct’ practice in both the fine and public-art worlds.

Born in Lille, France, Louis Lambert painted constantly throughout his early years without ever feeling the urge to move his work into the streets, feeling that without a truly distinctive approach, his movement into that arena would be be frivolous. Whist he experimented a little with stickers and posters alongside his childhood friend Remed by 1999 he found what he considered a more expansive way of bringing art to the public; co-founding the label 102% – a “pop shop” style brand focussed on unique, one-off, hand-printed clothing – he directed his artistic skills through textiles, still tentatively continuing to work in the street. It was Nano4814’s City-Lights project of 2004, that gave him the inspiration to fully shift his practice into this context however, he encountering a project which, for the first time, demonstrated the enormous potentiality of the urban environment. At first working purely on street-furniture – post boxes, lampposts, rubbish containers and the like – Louis Lambert would détourner these objects, enlivening and animating them with comedic, often grotesque imagery. Yet whilst these early works gave him a taste for the action, a taste of the possibilities of the street, he still felt he had yet to find a project which he could wholeheartedly embrace.

The billposters changed all that however. Whilst unwilling to work directly on the city’s walls, and equally unhappy with the limited room available to really experiment on street-furniture, 3TTMan came to realise the huge amount of space taken up by billposters in Madrid, a seemingly semi-legal form of advertising which consumed nearly every single vacant or neglected structure in the city. Not only did they provide a readymade surface which to work on in the very heart of the capital however, the billposters also presented him with a readymade response to any encounter with police: If the billposters themselves were an illegal form of visual culture, how could painting on top of them be considered illegal in itself? Lambert would thus openly paint on these surfaces in the middle of the day in some of the most conspicuous sites in the city, happy to argue with the police when they eventually emerged on the scene (as they invariably would). This approach thus gave him the time to produce highly complex collages on these sites, never simply painting on top of the posters but using what was already there, playing with it, challenging it, taking a purely commercial medium and converting it into a space for interaction, for enjoyment.

Whilst still continuing his work on billposters (as well as the canvas-based work which he has never ceased producing), Louis Lambert has since found numerous other way of interacting in the street, producing large-scale murals, mosaics, piñatas, pushing upon the strained boundary between folk and high-art. His recent focus has been on cement however, probably the most seemingly un-artistic of tools. Inspired both by the spontaneous writings left upon unset concrete in the street, as well as the experience of re-building his studio in Madrid, 3TTMan, armed with some bags of sand, cement, and plenty of water, has begun to reform the city streets, working both on the potholed pavements (which have been left dangerously unrepaired) and bricked-up shopfronts (of abandoned or empty buildings) that, like the billposters, seem to proliferate widely in the city. Laying cement onto these sites then, he incises both texts and illustrations upon them before it has the chance to set (sometimes also painting on top of these designs), often with paradoxical or word-playing statements: Esto Es Graffiti (“This is Graffiti”) or No Me Gusta Escribir En Las Paredes (“I Don’t Like to Write on Walls”) for example. Like his exploration of ceramics in Vietnam, his Indian ‘wildstyle’ or street-based painting-by-numbers, the concrete projects can thus be understood to fuse three of the key themes within his work; his obsession with popular aesthetics; his desire to critique the sanctity of art; and his focus on representing the contradictions, the multiple points of view that can be taken in any situation. Like his three headed character itself then, a creature which suggests the multiple possibilities of every situation, Louis Lambert aims to present us with a method of questioning rather than judging, with works meant to function through revelation rather than explanation. Expressing the inherent imbalance of the three, he brings a witty, joyful spirit to the street, a low-brow, popular yet highly refined technique, one refusing to stand by the demarcations which the art-world sets up.

From the The World Atlas of Street Art and Graffiti by Rafael Schacter.

Biography

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3TTMan Telar embroidery artwork


Hello my name is 1.

Artista / Artist: 3TTMAN

Técnica / Medium:  Telar hecho a mano en Oaxaca / Handmade Oaxaca embroidery

Medidas / Dimensions: 83 X 116 cm

Año / year: 2016

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3TTMAN Oaxaca artwork


Hello my name is 2.

Artista / Artist: 3TTMAN

Técnica / Medium:  Telar hecho a mano en Oaxaca / Handmade Oaxaca embroidery

Medidas / Dimensions: 83 X 116 cm

Año / year: 2016

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3TTMAN ART PIECE COWBOY AND THE SNAKE


The cowboy and the snake. (2014)

Artista: 3TTMAN

Medidas: 190 x 130 cm

Técnica: Acrílico & Esmalte sobre lienzo

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3ttman the Captain and the delphin


The captain & the dolphin. (2014)

Artista: 3TTMAN

Medidas: 190 x 260 cm

Técnica: Acrílico & Esmalte sobre lienzo

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Maharaja and the tiger. (2014)

Artista: 3TTMAN

Medidas: 190 x 130 cm

Técnica: Acrílico & Esmalte sobre lienzo

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Volviendo a casa.(2014)

Artista: 3TTMAN

Medidas: 260 x 170 cm

Técnica: Acrílico & Esmalte sobre lienzo

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3ttman Tenerife


Tenerife (2014)

Artista: 3TTMAN

Medidas: 100 x 70 cm

Técnica: Spray sobre papel 300 gr. Edición de 8.

Precio: 600€




Atlanta (2014)

Artista: 3TTMAN

Medidas: 50 x 70 cm

Técnica: Spray & Serigrafía sobre papel. Edición de 20.

Precio: 250€



Visage 3 (2014)

Artista: 3TTMAN

Medidas: 50 x 70 cm

Técnica: Acrílico & Esmalte sobre lienzo

Precio: 300€


 


El Beso

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Serigrafia + intervención con spray. Papel: “ZERKALL ARTRAG”: 300gr. 100% algodón. Blanco natural

Medidas: 76x107cm

+ Info: Edición de 22 ejemplares.

Precio: 350€




Kakokeko

Artista: 3TTMAN

Medidas: 124x85x5 cm

+ Info: Mosaico producido en Bat Trang (video correspondiente).

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El tigre bueno

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Cemento y spray.

Medidas: 76x60cm

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El tigre bueno

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Cemento y spray.

Medidas: 76x60cm

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À bas les masques

Artista: 3TTMAN

Medidas: 52x45x30cm

+ Info: Ceramica producida en Phu Lang (video correspondiente).

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Los Luchadores

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Collage / Papeles pintados.

Medidas: 40x50cm

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Le bal des fous

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Collage / Papeles pintados.

Medidas: 40 x 50 cm

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La Caballera

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Collage / Papeles pintados.

Medidas: 40 x 50cm

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Esto no es una Obra

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Instalación.

Medidas: Medidas variables.

+ Info: Recreación In Situ.

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Más Obra y menos Arte

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Técnica Obrera.

Medidas: 90 x 150cm

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Cemento Mujer

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Cemento.

Medidas: 81 x 65 cm

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Cemento Hombre

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Cemento.

Medidas: 81 x 65 cm

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A Rey Muerto, Rey puesto

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Técnica no desvelada.

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Skater

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Acrílico sobre Lienzo.

Medidas: 88 x 140 cm

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Pshhh

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Acrílico sobre lienzo.

Medidas: 88x140cm

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Piñata nº1

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Acrílico sobre lienzo.

Medidas: 80 x 65 cm

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Piñata nº2

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Acrílico sobre lienzo.

Medidas: 80 x 65 cm

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Piñata nº3

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Acrílico sobre lienzo.

Medidas: 80 x 65 cm

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Piñata nº4

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Acrílico sobre lienzo.

Medidas: 80 x 65 cm

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Piñata nº5

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Acrílico sobre lienzo.

Medidas: 80 x 65 cm

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Vasijas

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Cerámica pintada y cocida por el artista en Bat Trang (Vietnam).

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Vasijas

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Cerámica pintada y cocida por el artista en Bat Trang (Vietnam).

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Vasijas

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Cerámica pintada y cocida por el artista en Bat Trang (Vietnam).

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Vasijas

Artista: 3TTMAN

Técnica: Cerámica pintada y cocida por el artista en Bat Trang (Vietnam).

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