Félix Dol Maillot grew up in a family of artists that spent its time between Paris and the shores of the Mediterranean. Raised on street culture, a lover of graphic arts and cycling, he threw himself into the world of fashion by creating a brand of clothes and accessories with his brother in 2011.
In New York in 2013 he discovered photography almost by chance alongside the still life photographer Lionel Koretzky, and fashion photographers such as Nathaniel Goldberg, Julia Noni, Charlotte Wales, Theo Wenner, Tom Munro…
He began to create his own series, and each of his projects allowed him to enhance his style. For the past three years he has developed his own unique universe. His eye watches out for geometric conjunctures, odd symmetries and fortuitous synchronicity. At any moment a ray of sunshine or a line of shadow or a low wall may forge a strange formal perfection. A perfection that, despite appearances, is fragile and transient. It is the outcome of chance circumstances that the artist has succeeded in tracking down. It is an absolute harmony between things, a new, rectilinear harmony or the modern world. A world that man's orthogonal mania has profoundly redesigned. A curious and abstract world that this young artist has resolved to follow and capture.
Felix Dol Maillot is currently based in Paris.
Clients & Celebrities
Barrie, J.M. Weston, Montblanc, Maison Lejaby, Messika, Nodaleto, Paule Ka, Pigalle Paris.
Lui Magazine, Intersection, Air France Magazine, Madame Figaro, Le Monde, Vanity Fair Spain, Interview De.
Isabelle Adjani, Charlotte Casiraghi, Tahar Rahim, Mike Horn, Jean Nouvel, Frank Stella, Sarah Morris, Marc Osborne, Romain Gavras, Giambattista Valli.
Leon & Harper Gallery
June 13th - June 16th 2019
"Déconstruction" part of "Lab #2" curated by Marie Claude Beaud
with Berger&Berger, Patrick Corillon and Damien Macdonald
Nouveau Musée National de Monaco
January 26th - March 18th 2018
"Weaving The Waves" part of "tisser la lumière", an exhibition of Frédérique Lamagnère curated by Eloise Gilles.
June 15th - September 15th 2018
Déconstruction published by Nouveau Musée National de Monaco