Artifact of the Week
‘’Les Voyageurs’’ is surreal sculpture series which brought Brono Catalano world wide recognition. It consists of real-size human scuptures made of bronze. In the series, artist depicts the workers. The most distinctive feature of the ‘’Les Voyageurs’’ is the missing parts of human body. Often described as the founding work of the ‘’Missing Sculpture Movement’’, the series make passengers stop by and recognize the missing parts of these sculptures. First displayed in 2013 in Marseilles to celebrate the European Capital of Culture, Les Voyageurs continue to attract international attention.
News of the Week
The taste of Provence, irresistable views of French Riviera and Picasso’s life intermingled with love and passion.. ‘’Picasso and His Cook’’ is a vivid multiple layered noval which presents a rich story woven with delicious food, emotions and complicated relationships. Rare, thrilling and mysterious... In the ‘’Picasso and His Cook’’ you will find the taste of a plate that you don’t want to share and delicious flavour that gives you an unforgettable delight.
Artist of the Week
Bruno Catalano was born in 1961 in Morocco, as the third child of a Sicilian family. He and his family migrated to France when he was 10. His art reflects traces of those days during which he experienced adaptation problems. He started his art career in 1985 after opening his first art studio. He is well-known with his big bronze sculptures, which were exhibited in China, Spain, United States, Switzerland and France. His works represent missing parts in human bodies which stand for the voids that exist in all human beings, and that people carry around with them everywhere.