Born in 1947 in Saigon, Vietnam
Lives and works in Paris, France
Marc Bourlier’s youth was divided between Africa, South America and Asia. An admirer of Calder, Miró, Braque and Léger, he started his artistic life as a painter. Turning away from figuration, he began to work with corrugated cardboard and then on driftwood. His work is exhibited regularly in shows in France and at the Judy Saslow Gallery in New York.