Didier Triglia Self-taught, Triglia is born in Perpignan (Pyrénées Orientales) in 1966. Didier has a paint joyous, playful and vibrant colors. A series of friendly cyclops rubs some strange characters, horned creatures, big or laughing mischievous eyes, halfway between animal and human. Tête de canette 2008-2010 Heads cans Didier Triglia who appoints the heads in this way he creates with crushed cans, and then he paints. Tête de canette translated from French means “head bobbin” http://triglia.free.fr/galerie/tete-decannette/index.html It looks like the world of Tim Burton, colors galore and characters sometimes laughing, sometimes sad, angry view completely. Of funny faces, original expressions. But human forms that we could almost forget the can. An object fell unexpectedly into the hands of the artist. In the art world, often by chance things well. For Didier Triglia, the sight of a can crushed signifies the beginning of the adventure. He picked it up as Charlie discovering a golden ticket in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Roald Dahl's story. The trigger operates immediately. "I immediately thought of a face." Only remained to find a support, adding the "head bobbin ', on the surface of his canvas or sculptures. http://www.neo-planete.com/2010/10/13/tas-le-look-canette/ "I do not crush, they already are“ In the art of recycling materials, there is always adapting to the material, but also the artist's signature, its singularity. Didier Triglia has chosen not to touch, to let in the rough, not to crush it himself: "I've just added some eyes, a nose, I glued on a canvas, I made some adjustments and then it sold out quickly." The success of a work knows how to wait, especially when it is anointed by the general public and younger.