Born in 1966, Eric Pottier, sculptor, is very early fascinated by conceptual art with Yves Klein or Marcel Duchamp and also surrealism with René Magritte. His first works are influenced by industrial materials. The sculptures of this sensitive artist are at the same time polemical, expressive and poetic works.
With the famous series The Chronicles of Anna, he seeks the aestheticism of the object by recovering the codes of popular culture in the Pop Art movement. The sculptor stages an avant-garde idea where the symbol of the apple becomes his medium of expression. He places himself as a simple spectator of our world carrying us towards a universe of dream and utopia.