Alione is a contemporary French painter born in 1974. He reinvents the genre of Interior Portraiture with boundless creativity. Inspired by artists such as Basquiat, Van Gogh, and Gauguin, Alione develops a unique style, blending raw art, street art, and the poetry of comics.
Alione is a virtuoso of composition. He draws from the art of graffiti and develops 21st-century chromatic techniques, inherited from great names like Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat. His skillful use of color, inherited from Fauvism, is also a distinctive feature of his work.
Alione doesn’t limit himself to a single artistic movement. His work reflects a palette of influences ranging from Magritte to Picasso, through the pop art of Roy Lichtenstein. His constant concern for color harmony is the signature of his style. Each of Alione’s paintings is a visual experience, evoking a whirlwind of life and emotion through interior scenes populated with symbols. The artist invites the viewer to decipher these detail-rich spaces, discovering hidden stories within scenarios of everyday life intertwined with the history of art.
The artist’s work goes beyond aesthetics. It offers a meditative experience, active contemplation. Each painting tells a unique story, an unpublished film, inviting viewers to travel inside these “interiors” rich in mystery and humanity.
Alione plunges us into a world of colors and emotions. His Interior Portraits charm, amaze, and intrigue, capturing life in a visual symphony. An invitation to explore the infinite of time through Alione’s unique lens.