Emilio Trad

Spring Forward

March 1 - March 22, 2024

Reception: March 7, 2024, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Emilio Trad is an Argentinean painter working and living in Paris. With an artistic journey spanning over a decade, Trad’s focus lies in discovering equilibrium and harmony within figurative painting. Merging classical representation with contemporary contexts, Trad resists categorization, perpetually evolving in pursuit of innovative visual expressions. His recent work combines traditional oil painting techniques with newspaper collage and text fragments, juxtaposing subjects from old masterpieces with contemporary sceneries. This creates a dynamic tension that spurs reflection on our human role throughout history and the interplay between past and present times. A pursuer of beauty, Trad believes art is a divine gift to be welcomed with humility. He is inspired by the diversity of life–the good, the bad, and the absurd–spotting grace in every fragment. Trad’s art serves as a profound exploration of the complexities of existence and the enduring pursuit of aesthetic perfection.

Trad earned a degree in fine arts in Buenos Aires. His work was exhibited in Paris, Buenos Aires, Beirut, The Hauge, Brussels, London, and Miami. He received the Grand Prix de Barbizon and was granted awards from Paris Salon d’Automne and the Taylor Foundation in Paris.

Emilio Trad

Spring Forward

March 1 - March 22, 2024

Reception: March 7, 2024, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Le Monde
Le Monde

18" x 15"

Le Printemps
Le Printemps

51" x 64"

Soleil Jaune
Soleil Jaune

18" x 15"

Sur les toits de Metz
Sur les toits de Metz

23.5" x 15"

Sur Fond d'or
Sur Fond d'or

23.5" x 15"

Vision
Vision

51" x 38"

L'Or de Tolede
L'Or de Tolede

51" x 38"

Les 3 Papillons
Les 3 Papillons

23.5" x 15"

Les Bouquinistes
Les Bouquinistes

10.5" x 16"

Place d'Espagne
Place d'Espagne

38" x 51"

Rouge
Rouge

64" x 51"

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Emilio Trad is an Argentinean painter working and living in Paris. With an artistic journey spanning over a decade, Trad’s focus lies in discovering equilibrium and harmony within figurative painting. Merging classical representation with contemporary contexts, Trad resists categorization, perpetually evolving in pursuit of innovative visual expressions. His recent work combines traditional oil painting techniques with newspaper collage and text fragments, juxtaposing subjects from old masterpieces with contemporary sceneries. This creates a dynamic tension that spurs reflection on our human role throughout history and the interplay between past and present times. A pursuer of beauty, Trad believes art is a divine gift to be welcomed with humility. He is inspired by the diversity of life–the good, the bad, and the absurd–spotting grace in every fragment. Trad’s art serves as a profound exploration of the complexities of existence and the enduring pursuit of aesthetic perfection.

Trad earned a degree in fine arts in Buenos Aires. His work was exhibited in Paris, Buenos Aires, Beirut, The Hauge, Brussels, London, and Miami. He received the Grand Prix de Barbizon and was granted awards from Paris Salon d’Automne and the Taylor Foundation in Paris.

Le Monde
Le Monde
Le Printemps
Le Printemps
Soleil Jaune
Soleil Jaune
Sur les toits de Metz
Sur les toits de Metz
Sur Fond d'or
Sur Fond d'or
Vision
Vision
L'Or de Tolede
L'Or de Tolede
Les 3 Papillons
Les 3 Papillons
Les Bouquinistes
Les Bouquinistes
Place d'Espagne
Place d'Espagne
Rouge
Rouge
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The Infinity of Thoughts
50" x 50" - Acrylic on Canvas