Moa Daliendog is an emerging visual artist born in 1980 in Libourne, France.
It was in the years 1996 to 2002 that he trained in the visual arts in school and university. Later, he will organize collective exhibitions within the Pilgrimage association and of which he is one of the founding members.
In 2013, he began his work on the CA$H-CA$H series, and will also be working with artist Auguste.
The CA$H-CA$H series presents a pop and cinema universe with intense and vibrant colors. The artist working on photographic portraits of the biggest icons, such as Madonna, Marilyn Monroe and Brigitte Bardot, braids a truly
unique chromatic pattern. He is a genius in the use of textures, on which romantic lights and exquisite shadows of lace are used to enrich the images.
It is by using his scanner and printer, as well as his finishing technique that he named 'melatapatapeinture', that he tries to crystallize his model within a colorful universe full of effects of matter.
It's a clever mix of digital, and an excellent mix of talent that gives Moa Daliendog's works a close touch to the painting.
An unprecedented reinterpretation of the polychrome "flat" father of Pop Art, Andy Warhol.