Bruno Métura

Born in France to West Indian parents, Métura’s creative drive is based on the observation of nature, humans and cosmogony. Through observation, he has the unique ability to create paintings that seek harmony in the whole. Métura’s work offers visibility, multiplicity and diversity of meaning, allowing the viewer to rotate and/or juxtapose his works. His work provides an anthem that initiates, erases and wipes out space by transmitting the viewer to engage within himself to ex-polish its foundation.

Métura holds a E.R.A.P.M. from the Regional School of Plastic Arts of Martinique, Department of Art, Specialization in Painting, C.I.P. (Plastic Initiation Certificate), C.E.S.A.P. (Higher Certificate of Expression of Plastic Arts), D.N.A.P. (National Diploma of Plastic Arts), D.N.S.E.P. (Higher National Diploma in Plastic Expressions at ERAPM) and C.A.P.E. (Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Exam Diploma). Métura has participated in international cultural exchanges with the Diaspora Vibe Cultural Arts Incubator (D.V.C.A.I.) in Guadeloupe and Panama, Prize of the General Council and of the DRAC GUADELOUPE in Paris, France, and the Third Havana Biennial with ERAPM and DRAC (Regional Director of Cultural Affairs) Cuba, Métura’s work has exhibited in Martinique, France, Guadeloupe, Guyane and in 2021, Métura’s work was exhibited in the United States.