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Emmanuel Flipo (born 1958 in Agen) is a French artist, who currently lives and works in Montreuil and Pézenas. 1977 E. Flipo studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Toulouse. 1978-1982 he continued his studies at the Ecole des Arts Décoratifs in Nice. Over the period 1983-1993 he ran his own drawing school in Pézenas. 1993 E. Flipo travelled for the first time to New York, where he met André Emmerich and Ouattara. Until 2003 Flipo returned regularly to New York for work. 1997 he founded the movement "la collective". 2001 he had a significant influence on the founding of the center of contemporary art "Stop Art" C.A., USA. Finally in 2003 Emmanuel Flipo founded "L'Usine 64" in Montreuil - a transformed abandoned fabric - and created there his studio. Since this time he is spending the wintertime at the Usine 64 and summertime at his studio in Pézenas.