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Born in 1937, artist Clemente Mimun lived his childhood years in Carthage, the ex-French colony ofTunisia. As the son of a gallery owner Clemente immersed himself in the museums of LeBardo andCarthage, abundant with Roman and Phoenician art, all of which left an indelible impression. At theage of 16, Clemente moved to Paris where he spent countless hours in the coffeehouses absorbingthe philosophical conversations of elder artists. To this day, Clemente acknowledges theseexperiences in the development of his own personal philosophies on existentialism and self-responsibility – transpiring in the motivation for his artwork.
By 1962, Clemente settled in the United States. Today, his universal language is spoken through hisart. Clemente explains that his work is born of a synergy between memory and imagination. He usesno models, pictures or still life arrangements when creating a new work of art. A self-proclaimed“observer,” Clemente chooses to elicit an intellectual formula for his subject matter that hedescribes through a hierarchy of interpersonal understanding.




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