Etienne Doucet

       Étienne Doucet was born in Montreal in 1989, Upcoming multidisciplinary artist influenced by street art, Doucet focused very early on painting mediums. Interested by shapes, lines, color and space, his work defines itself rapidly as a fusion inspired by Picasso as much as by Basquiat.

Etienne Doucet

Étienne Doucet

He received a minor in Fine Arts from the Université du Québec à Montréal and continues to study part-time in order to work on his productions. He is a co-founder and member of Collectif 100 Les Mains which exploits visual arts with murals and workshops while trying to abolish the stereotypes brought up by street art. The duo tries to give as much as possible to the community by establishing participatory projects in high schools and specialized schools by integrating youth and encouraging them to engage with art.

In 2010, he founded Afora Clothing where he presents clothing related to his visual creations. In 2011, he starts the blog Art 4 Art where he exhibits one work per day. In 2013, he receives a prize from MASSIVart and ARTV during a contest of live painting. He proves his interest for the social and participatory role of artistic creation by collaborating with the collective 100 Les Mains and with the creation of a mural in a school for students with difficulties.

Étienne Doucet tries to integrate the art circuit as a divergent artist and aspires to grow through his art.