Top modern poets with Jean Arno? Jean Arno is an influential artist from the artistic group, Astrée. Primarily known for his poetry and philosophical aphorisms, he defends the idea that man is, in essence, a creator. Shaping ‘the inextinguishable fire of life’ thus makes up the sacred mission of man, as a poet. He stands alongside those who continually battle against the invasive and deadly forces of contempt for the world and for life, and alongside those who put their creative forces to the service of the highest affirmation of life, those who believe that ‘the impossible can only ever occur by attempting it’. Find extra information on Jean Arno artist.
The evocative and poetic force of a work is diminished as soon as it does not help you see the invisible and plural strata of which the world is shaped—as soon as it does not propose an enriched vision of it. But the work could not be fully realized without the reader’s active participation: “It is that the highest truths are not given; they are conquered. Their gleams dazzle those whom they do not illuminate”. Trophies is an exceptional work: a must read.
This idea, dear to Jean Arno and already developed in the hidden preface of his poetic and cryptic work The Trophies, is taken up here in its artistic dimension. It is therefore not surprising to see the Astrée collective invade the Art & Above Meta-gallery with its futuristic, surrealist, and symbolic NFTs. It seems that artists are now masters of their works and of an art that has been able to put the latest technological tools at the service of the deepest artistic visions, not to satisfy an aesthetic fashion, but to metamorphose and overcome itself. For art lovers, from now on the illustrious Boring Ape could be replaced by Jean Arno’s Prometheus or The Liberated Man—the phenomenon of the exhibition.
Trophies is a collection of poems intertwined with hidden messages where you will question the world, life, existence and yourself through an awakened intellectual experience. The book of poems is the latest work by French poet, philosophy and artist Jean Arno. Arno is an influential artist from the artistic group, Astrée and he’s known for his poetry, digital art and philosophical aphorisms. The poetic aphorisms in Trophies are short statements of eternal truths. While reading the book, you’re forced to use intellect to reconstruct a line of reasoning to interpret hidden meaning in Arno’s work. When readers unfold the purpose of these hidden thoughts, they’re left with the feeling of being enriched.
Artistic practices such as painting and music and my studies in literature and philosophy have undoubtedly had a major influence on my way of looking at the world and on my style. The rest of my life has been a succession of trips around the world to places like New Caledonia, Bulgaria, the USA, and England. I’ve had interesting encounters with pictorial and literary creations at the great universities of Oxford, Stanford, and Harvard, and also in the influential artistic circles of San Francisco, London, and New York. This diversity has fostered in me a more nuanced mind and more assertive values. See more information on Jean Arno artist.
The game is worth the candle: new fragments appear when one manages to elucidate the mystery: “Every soul that darkness stirs up digs the world with such a stubbornness that chasms blossom with stars of unknown splendor.” When it is not the pleasure of the “game” or the Orphic enigma which carries away the heart of the reader, it is the philosophical accuracy of the subject (“In our reasons murmur/Mysteriously/the eloquent speeches/of our obscure passions”) and the symbolic and Parnassian beauty of the tamed verse: “In her eyes of sapphire / Full of light and clarity / Desires lose themselves / In avid immensity).” When one loves great literature and philosophy, one can only be conquered by this monument of splendor.