The Adda & Taxie gallery in Paris inaugurates its space with the first monographic Okuda exhibition in the French capital. The exhibition space founded by Valeriane Mondot and Anna Dimitrova opens its doors with a chromatic explosion representing Okuda’s work. The artist honing from Santander’s artwork has consolidated important international projection, situating him amongst one of the most recognized urban artists of today.
From June 17th to August 29th, number 39 on Matignon Avenue will show the most recent artworks by Okuda with a collection of canvases and sculptures, allowing the artist to finally be able to put down his flag in the capital of modern art par excellence, and for Adda & Taxie Gallery to officially launch its artistic adventure.
Paris, a city full of classic icons that seeps art and culture in each and every corner has served as the inspiration for the Spanish artist, who with this show, proposes a journey through the mind of the unsettling figure of the “Mona Lisa”.
“In this more mature period of my career, travelling and transforming spaces all over the world is one of my greatest sources of inspiration. The feedback from other cultures makes me feel more free and alive, and that gets reflected in my creations, always with a positive outlook.” Okuda