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...Fountain Sculptures. In 1944, the Swiss artist Jean Tinguely (1925 – 1991) started his career in a Bazel department store as a freelance window dresser. People stood agape with wonder about his displays with rotating cogwheels of metal thread, influenced by Bazeler artists Walter Bodmer and...

...beginning of their career: in 1969, Christo and Jeanne-Claude had already suggested the construction of a floating pier on the delta of the Rio de la Plata (Buenos Aires, Argentina), and in 1955 they envisioned another pier which would join two artificial islands in Tokyo Bay and stretch across...

...the pivotal center of this tale, this fable. Jean Frémon, whose friendship with Louise spanned over thirty years, embraces her ways. He weaves and spins on what we don’t know of her, and unveils her relentless quest of “a past guillotined by the present”. Louise becomes a weaving fairy...

...Stella, and a peculiar automated installation by Jean Tinguely. Strangely, major artworks are not displayed in the sculpture park, but rather in the sculpture garden of the estate. This terminological differentiation between park and garden is defined by the fact that a dozen pieces are...

April’s Picks - 01/04/2018
...and collaborative artistic project led by Jean Tinguely and located in the forest of Milly since 1969, offers an artistic season from April to November. The 2018 edition, on the theme of the Renaissance, starts on Saturday April 7th with the inauguration of a new space designed by German...

...Hazan publishing company for the exhibition « Jean Tinguely ‘60s » held at the gallery from September 9th to October 29th, 2016. Revue Sculptures n° 3, Qu’est-ce-que la sculpture moderne, contemporaine?, published by Presses Universitaires de Rouen et du Havre, 127 pages, 2016. A...

...and ceramics) between 1969 and 1994 by Jean Tinguely and Niki de Saint Phalle and in collaboration with other artists such as César, Arman, Jean-Pierre Raynaud, Larry Rivers, Jesus Rafael Soto and Daniel Spoerri. Le Cyclop is a bodyless head, with a single eye scrutinizing its surroundings....

...nurturing this dialogue is the very essence of Jeanette Winterson’s book. Clare Richardson’s photographs beautifully complement the journey and make each reading a renewed pleasure. Antony Gormley, Claire Richardson, Jeanette Winterson, Land, published by The Landmark Trust, 2016,...