.Rémi Pesce was born on 19 August 1930 in Aubreville in the Meuse. In Saint Paul where he lives and works, he has worked with many famous artists. These encounters quickly developed in Rémi Pesce the artistic desire he had in him. Driven by his creative instinct, Rémi Pesce never stopped expressing himself, initially through painting, these first paintings date from 1963. After the meeting with Arman and Caesar were born these first sculptures in 1973.
Henceforth this passionate man found his oxygen and nourished his spirit of his art. His work is organized; His work tells the reality of his time. Rémi Pesce thinks that an artist must not live in the past or let his suffering arise. He wants to be a realistic witness of his time and does not want to be locked up by others or by himself. After having touched many things, this self-taught artist says today that he still knows nothing about art but that he is happy and free. He does not want to judge his work, others will do it in his place. This reality, this happiness, his realism gives him all his energy and leave all freedom to his imagination. It has no absolute rule. Everything for him must have meaning. He made his little world often jostled, misunderstood, jealous but all this no longer touches him. He has a big heart but he has forged a shell to protect him. The painting and its sculpture reflect its sincerity and generosity. For a long time Remi Pesce did not want to part with his works because he needed them.
Then, time passed and now if people love his art and find the same pleasure that he had in realizing them, then he is happy to see his work live in others.