The plastic water bottle. Object of a daily life that has become too ordinary. Serge Krewiss invents extraordinary destinies for them. On the canvas, the bottles become characters of Leonardo da Vinci or Delacroix. One way to extract them from their banality and show them in a different light.
Water, a fragile source of life, and plastic, growing exponentially. The container, destroyer of the content, when it seems to preserve it. Serge Krewiss digs into this inexhaustible and ambivalent theme. The subject alone requires mastery of light, transparency and drawing. The artist, beyond the subject, seeks light.
Serge Krewiss was born in 1971. He lives and works in Paris.
He studied Fine Arts and Art History at La Sorbonne, Paris.