There are those who, as a young man, wanted to be an astronaut and are now pastry chefs. The aims of each of us often change over time, but it is not always the case: François Monchâtre as a child built ingenious machinery and today builds as many.
Marilena Pelosi soon moved away from Brazil, fleeing a forced marriage with a macumbeiro. She found comfort in art, used as a means to reconstruct herself and like “a necessary activity to stay alive”.
Walking in the main street of the wonderful Croix-Rousse district of Lyon (France), we come across a timeless garden made of shells, flowers and fantastic shapes.
Masgot is a pretty and tiny village in the commune of Fransèches (Creuse department) in the center of France.
The theme of his works is the imaginary city represented with bird’s-eye perspectives, futuristic and kaleidoscopic visions.
Michel Nedjar was born in Soisy-sous-Monmorency (France) in 1947. Third of seven children, his family is Jewish and linked to Ashkenazi and Sephardic traditions.
Utopix is the work and passionate path of Jo Pillet and his family.
It is a live in sculpture, exhibition spaces (indoor and outdoor), it is sculptures-games.
44-51-24-38 N 1-14-06-27-E
This is the GPS code to locate Gorodka, a place that does not appear on maps. However, it really exist.
Real self-taught, Ferdinand Cheval devotes 33 years of his life to build a dream palace in his garden alone.
Pierre Rapeau, a biology teacher, was born in the Perigord area of France. One day, tired of the world, he returned in the local forest, where he had a lively memory of the walks he made with his grandmother, collecting mushrooms and herbs.
From the time his vision weakened he started to work with wood, more particularly elm, with which he made mobile sculptures animated by cranks and other resonant mechanisms.
Established in Pont de l’Etoile in her somewhat surprising home, which serves as studio, museum and living space, Jacqui, painter and ceramic artist arouses everyone’s curiosity.