Emerging artist and appreciated by art lovers, has been noticed at various exhibitions. Self-taught, Franck Doat is an accomplished artist in many artistic fields.
It is in the atypical setting of the village in Levens that the Doberth gallery recently opened. It is in this charming place and in a harmonious atmosphere that the visitor will be able to discover exclusively the photographic works of the artist Franck Doat. Franck Doat is also an accomplished artist in other fields such as painting and sculpture.
Born in Mont de Marsan in the Landes in 1972, Franck Doat has been practicing his art between Monaco and Nice for 10 years. A promising Riviera artist and appreciated by many art lovers, he has been noticed at various exhibitions in Paris, Milan, Mérida in Mexico, Nice and Monaco. It offers us another look at the universe around us. He is inspired by everything. He is interested in places, landscapes, cities, but also objects and portraits that he photographs. It is then that his approach begins with the choice of shots. He then declines his photographs "differently" through an improbable universe, imaginary according to his inspiration. Another vision, another look, an observation of the places, of the objects that surround us. He wishes to challenge the visitor by the originality of his photographs.
His pieces from elsewhere blend together and offer us the vision of a singular universe. His photographic manipulations make us slide into a soft surreal dimension. Self-taught, Franck Doat is a multifaceted artist. "I avoid standards, so I am free to make mistakes, to explore new matters with my heart."
His talent was detected by a friend, who launched him and has been assisting him in all areas since. The Doberth gallery is the result of this association. We wanted to be free to exhibit and make our own choices. This place will also be open to other artists who correspond to our artistic universe.
The Doberth Gallery is open on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons from 2:30 p.m.
Summer period: Tuesday, Friday, Saturday from 2:30 p.m.