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...and her assistants work days in and days out but Saint Phalle passed away in 2002, one year before the inauguration. For this work, Niki de Saint Phalle found her inspiration in California’s myths and history and most specifically in the Califia legend, which became famous in the XVIth century...

After four months of restoration, Niki de Saint Phalle’s Nana fountain (1967) has regained its original splendor thanks to curator-restorer Julia Becker and her team, who specializes in the restoration of wood and plastic. This monumental sculpture, one of the artist’s first Nana, was installed...

...Nicholson and their four children settle down in Saint Ives, in Cornwall: the Second World War had just been declared. For four years, the artist was forced to stop working for financial reasons, lack of space and mostly family obligations. She started working again in 1943. At that time, her...

...to the wind that goes around, comes back and gives life to the ensemble. In the Bétulas clearing, Sectional Body Preparing for Monadic Singularity (2015) interacts beautifully with the magnificent Serralves museum conceived by Pritzker Prize laureate Álvaro Siza Vieira. Inseparable from...

...the Basque coast. I mostly explored the Pointe-Sainte-Anne, in the Erdiko-Ura bay, where I was at first struck by the work of erosion that is redefining the outline of these ever changing areas. But I was also struck by the whole ecosystem of the intertidal zone. These observations led me to...

...is reminiscent of the Maeght Foundation in Saint-Paul-de-Vence in France, which was built by Sert a few years earlier. Wide bright spaces and numerous openings on the exterior make this three-levels building easy to navigate. Miró’s work is displayed chronologically, starting on the...

...became my studio. The creation residency at the Saint Ser vineyard, at the foot of the Sainte Victoire Mountain, for Voyons Voir, was my first opportunity to come up with an in situ, outdoor project. As a child, I happened to live a few miles from the Saint Victoire Mountain and my parents, who...

...this interview, the artist also mentions the Archives du Cœur, a permanent installation located in Japan, close to the island of Naoshima. “I have several types of activities: creating large, ephemeral works and creating somewhat mythical and permanent sites, pilgrimage sites, like this house...

...Walter De Maria, Yayoi Kusama and Niki de Saint Phalle. These artistic itineraries stretch out to neighboring islands, offering yet another opportunity to discover major works presented at the Setouchi International Art Festival in 2011 and now displayed on the Teshima island. Among those,...