Mr. Frederick Pichon is a citizen of the United States, born in France, a graduate from the Ecole d'Architecture in Paris.
For 15 years he practiced as an architect in Paris. Notable projects include the renovation of the Grand Palais and the Musée des Invalides.
Mr. Pichon moved to New-York and worked for the American Museum of Natural History; he designed science exhibits ranging from Einstein to Genomics to the Physics of Baseball, with interactive sculptural elements.
In Denver since 2008, he pursues a lifelong interest in art, which led to many exhibitions in France and the US. Fluent in design software, he sometimes uses them to create art.
Painting reflect his interests in architecture, science, and history. The work has a contemporary sensibility, informed by strong geometric sense, often utilizing collage and computer images.
Artistic research focuses on the relationship of humankind with technology. The work looks at the divide between art and science, and seeks to connect people to their technological creations.