EXHIBITION Libre dérive
George Sculptor's enigmatic and touching Doodle will take over the museum on November 7, 2020.
George Sculptor's Doodles are a collection of bronze pieces that refer to the childhood universe but also to the history of humanity.
They are the expression of a sensitive memory process that goes back to the time of memories, emotional experiences and emotional experiences of childhood...
Doodles challenge our mental and social representations that shape our vision and understanding of the world. Their name evokes childhood, the transitional object, full of memories and imaginations. Each Doodle is unique, specific to the individual and his projections: doll, robot, totem, fetish... The Doodle thus becomes a mirror of thoughts.
Whether Tavana Rahi or Tiki Popa'a, the Doodle carries stories, half human, half toy, or monumental.
The first opening took place in Tourrettes-sur-Loup and the exhibition is scheduled to close in Antibes, where the "Tavana Rahi" of all the municipalities visited will face the sea like the Moai of Easter Island.
Prices: 4 euros (Seniors: 2 euros) - Free for Biotois.
From 07/11 to 20/12/2020, daily.