Julien Airault’s creations are associated with the lyrical abstraction movement, which is mainly represented by the Chinese artistic scene of the second half of the 20th century. He belongs Zao Wou-ki and Chu Teh Chun’s artistic sphere.
Julien Airault has been interested in art for over 10 years and initially began with the practice of watercolour. Further to a personal upheaval, he decided to paint his first abstracts canvas.
Nevertheless, as a self-taught painter, he had to prove his worth in the very challenging work of contemporary art, so he began to exhibit in art galleries with painted portraits in an expressionist (and more figurative) style with which he had a lot of success. But very quickly, the need to express himself with his own language – abstract – became stronger so he decided to get back on the abstraction track, which was an immediately success!
Collectors whom admire and have works of art from lyrical abstraction masters such as Zao Wou-Ki.