Frederic Khan

Of Italian and Iranian origins, FF Кhan was born in Paris at the end of the 1950s. He had great artistic inclinations at the Youth Workshops of the Ecole du Lou re from his youngest years.

At the Academie de la Grand Chaumiere, he developed his drawing and his talent for painting. He then completed his training at the Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts in Paris.

He puts his technical mastery at the service of the creative power of his art.

In the 1980s, he sought out the light of the South and settled in Saint Tropez. His passion for elsewhere leads him to other horizons.

In the 90s, he traveled the world from the shores of the Mediterranean to the borders of the Far East. After spending some time in the United States, he comes back to France in the 2000s.

His western and eastern roots question him about the world today. Beyond any anecdotal exoticism, he nourishes his work with all these encounters and draws inspiration from the history of art, from cave paintings to the most contemporary research.

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Translates this energy into his works, where everything is vibration, sensation, subtle alchemy of colors, contrasts, and light. Spontaneous gestures, whipping of the brush, blurring of the spray, richness of the material, and various techniques, his work awakens a resonance between memory and future, past, present, and future.

It offers us a vision of a changing world—continuous dialogue between shadow and light, meaning and form game and questioning.

Its works enrich multiple collections and abroad at numerous group and personal exhibitions and are rewarded with several prizes and medals.

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