Alexandre de Poplavsky is a French artist currently residing and working in London, where he creates art expressed through various mediums, including painting, sculpture, and the human body.

His artistic work is characterized by its plastic precision in representing figures and play of light, which lends great realism to his creations. Poplavsky does not limit himself to a single style; rather, he immerses himself in constant experimentation, challenging conventions and creating a dialogue between the tangible and the abstract.

In the 1970s, Poplavsky leaned towards critical realism with strong ecological and advocacy tones. In the 1980s, he began creating series of pieces with similar themes, which became the most prolific part of his work. And in the 1990s, he ventured into pop art, revisiting his earlier series to apply new research. His constant evolution has maintained excellence in drawing and materialization.