David Servan-Schreiber is a French artist living in London with his wife and child.
His work is influenced by spirituality and the various environmental challenges that earth and mankind are currently facing.
In his different series, David shares his interpretation of the universe (planets), of the earth on which we stand (microcosm), our planet, seen from a distance (fever) and the time factor which impacts it all (time).
David Servan-Schreiber began his artistic journey as a street artist when he was a teenager. He made his first collaboration at 21 and had his first solo show at 26 in a London gallery.
His work has since been exhibited many times internationally in art fairs, solo shows and exhibitions in London, Paris, Los Angeles, New York and Singapore.
David has also worked with environmentally conscious brands such as Ruinart, Glenfiddich, Pomellato.
He is the co-author of a 14 meter high sculpture with lights and sounds representing a beehive located in and commissioned by the Good Planet foundation of Yann Arthus Bertrand in Paris.