AFRICAN HOMAGE

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Volare, to fly, how solid matter can express the impalpable force of air.

This sculpture, when seen in darkness, or, here photographed on a black background, not only takes Eigengrau in account, but its form expresses what can be perception in complete blackness.

This time, erosion is neither of natural cause, nor a damage, although man-made.

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Sculptures, at least some of them, are the milestones, the reminders of rituality.

Luca, sculpture, addé, african homage

Growth of any form of life might be regarded as banal, it is, in fact fascinating.

The red tooth, sculpture, addé, african homage

A cenotaph to a Leprechaun king, a sculpture as a in memento.

Welcome to our African-inspired gallery!

As said, we praise, value, and revisit the African influences that revolutionnised Occidental arts, but were soon forgotten. We believe Africa is, artistically and culturally, yet not by itself, one of the main actors of tomorrow’s universal culture, and we are proud to “bring our stone” to the edifice.