59" w x 88.5" h (150 cm x 225 cm) Chinese ink, oil paint, acrylic and markers on paper
"This is the last painting of the series. Corresponding to the first one, the bodies are all turned together and formed into one again." - Floris
The artist is influenced by Egon Schiele, Francis Bacon, Fred Deux
La dance des Ecorchées is a series of seven paintings. Each painting embodies a unique image but when layered on top of each other, like playing cards, together they form one.
Ecorché literally means pealing off and is often used to describe our emotions. On every painting, more skin is peeled off and more flesh appears. Magenta is the color of the flesh, of my vulnerability, of my emotions.
Floris Felix (b. 1989) is a visual artist from in Heemstede, Netherlands. A quaint setting of the artist's hometown, located between Amsterdam and the coast, has largely influenced his practice. Floris has studied at the Rietveld Academy of fine arts in Amsterdam, graduating from the Vogue Academy with a degree in fashion design. Based in Paris, his current practice encompasses painting and illustration.
2017 - Grand Hotel Amour, Paris
Artist's media including some of or all: Chinese ink, oil, acrylic, pencil, paper, canvas