ENTER KIKO’S POETIC WORLD

KiKo’s Kids

Mon chien – 116x89cm

They are the children of the word, particularly little vagrants robbed of their childhood: Gavroches from every era, street urchins, migrant children or tots in transition from one home to another. In their suitcases or tied into their bindle, the history, the secrets, the joy and all the bumps and bruises of a life sometimes too heavy for their little shoulders.

Every painting by KiKo is a unique work. 

Technique: Chinese inks, spray paint if the background is a solid colour, and resin on canvas. 

The artist only sells through the galleries that represent him.

Collection Fleur
120x100cm

Le champ de coquelicots
116x89cm

Urban girl
162x130cm

Vers l’avenir
116x89cm

Sur ma chaise
150x150cm

Urban boy
162x130cm

Tendresse
150x150cm

Collection voiture
120x100cm

Cheval de bois
162x130cm

Kiss
100x120cm

Ensemble vers le haut
195x130cm

Fête foraine
195x114cm

Bateau de papier
116x89cm

Joli colibri
100x100cm

Mon cœur
116x89cm

La fille à la valise
150x150cm

Baiser de papillon
100x120cm

Chaplin
195x130cm

Lapin doudou
120x100cm

L’arc-en-ciel
162x130cm

Boudeuse
162x130cm

Le chardonneret
150x150cm

Les 2 soeurs
146x97cm

Paper plane
150x150cm

Street boy bleu
120x100cm

Mon chat
120x100cm

C’est qui
162x130cm

Cheval de bois
100x100cm

Charl’in love Red
116x89cm

My city
162x130cm

Le coquelicot
120x100cm

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ENTER KIKO’S POETIC WORLD

The artist

KiKo is born in Martigues, the “Venice of Provence”. It is the inspiration behind his Mediterranean colours and more particularly the burning orange that infuses many of his works.