François Decq lives and works in the French region of Niza, and for more than ten years his work has been moving toward pure geometric abstraction allied with sculpture.

In 1984 he participated in a MADI group exhibit in Turin, Italy, as well as in “Encounters with Contemporary Art” in Cannes,1985-1989. In 1990 he was one of the “Five MADI Painters” shown at the St. Charles de Rose Gallery in Paris, and in the same year showed in the Center for Contemporary Art in Besançon. In 1991 and again in 1992 he exhibited at Arte Struktura in Milan, the Gallery Alexandre de la Salle in St. Paul de Venice, and the Galerie Helios in Avignon. In 1993 he was part of exhibits at the Villa Gyula Academy of Romania in Rome, at the Chateau de St. Circ Lapopie in Cabrerets, France, and at the Lycée Hotelier in St. Quentin in Yvelines, France. In 1994 he exhibited at the Museum of Bucharest, at Gallery Claude Dorval in Paris, and at the City Hall in Mauberge.

Note: this biography was written in 1995. Decq also participated in the MADI exhibit at the Reina Sofia in 1997.