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 de Balincourt has always painted from his imagination, now he’s looking inward even more. “It’s my own sort of escapism,” he says. “Everything inspires my work: lived experiences, cultural and social phenomena. But it is more and more about that internal gaze, a mix of these utopian and dystopian ideals. It all sounds kind of New Agey, but these days, that’s what I’m interested in.”

Modern Painters Interview

Jules de Balincourt

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