They are made of resin, in wood or in metal; they are funny, cause or query the most abstract forms. Monumental settings give to Cannes the intention of an open air contemporary art gallery in an atmosphere of giant comics this summer on the Croisette. Wandering.
Some are watching us, or smiling at us, as those of Richard Mas, sculptor of the surreal and phantasmagoric universe. In the gardens of the Relais de la Reine on the Croisette.
A little further on the Croisette, the Peace and Toon of Thierry Trives. In resin, these imposing sculptures of 200x260cm entitled “Peace & Toon” are manufactured in the workshop of the artist in Cannes. They are exhibited at 40 boulevard de la Croisette and also at Gould roundabout after the Palm Beach.
In the gardens of the Grand Hotel, the sculptures of the great Brazilian artist Romero Britto
Cannes makes the wall
18 photographs on air tarpaulins located everywhere in the city.
This exhibition on the theme of “Bad Boy, Bad Girl” in partnership with Nice-Matin, presents 18 large format paintings of the celebrities of the cinema, installed on gable walls of buildings and on air tarpaulins located throughout the rue d’Antibes.
In steel and in polychrome glass fiber, 7.25 meters high to honor the cinema and the centenary of the birth of the Literature Nobel Prize for Camilo José. Not to be missed on the Quai Saint-Pierre, in front of the Old Port and it is signed Cristóbal Gabarrón, mille formes à la conquête de l’espace. (One thousand forms seeking to conquer the space)
The artist also exhibits during all summer at the Villa Domergue recent works (paintings, works on paper and ceramics). Entry: 10 € (full tariff), 5 € (Reduced fare*), which allow to 3 exhibits in 3 different sites and benefit from guided tours (Villa Domergue only). T: +33 (0)4 97 06 45 21
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