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Pacôme Thiellement

★ ICONIC PORTRAITS ★ by Arnaud Baumann

Pacôme Thiellement

Born in 1975 to a French father and an Egyptian mother, Pacôme Thiellement is a journalist, writer, essayist and film-maker. He first tried his hand at writing comic strips at the age of thirteen. He even created a magazine, Réciproquement, which was acclaimed by professionals, but he stopped at seventeen. He then turned to writing, where he shone just as brightly: he published eight essays and several novels, and his texts appeared in a large number of journals, magazines and collective works.

In collaboration with Thomas Bertay, he produced a collection of fifty-two experimental films entitled La Disposition, regularly screened in prestigious venues such as the Palais de Tokyo and the Centre Pompidou.
Rock, cinema, theology, sociology, esotericism: his ogresque pop culture is, above all, a unique way of looking at the world, which he conveys through his rich and original texts. He published Cinema Hermetica in 2016 with Super 8 Éditions.

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ARTWORK DETAILS

Edition Edition of 26
10 copies XS | 7 copies S | 5 copies M | 3 copies L | Single copy in XL
Type of Print Silver Base Print
Signature Signed and numbered on the back
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
Year of Creation 1981-2010
Artist Arnaud Baumann
Collection ★ ICONIC PORTRAITS ★

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