© Laurent Tixador
Exhibition Laurent Tixador
Laurent Tixador is an artist of DIY and physical engagement who works closer to his immediate environment. He makes it a point of honor to use simple technologies, exploring all the possibilities provided by recovered materials and testing his ability to adapt to extreme conditions.
At a time when recycling has become a major ecological issue, Laurent Tixador is experimenting with a recovery economy by building works with materials found in situ. Following participatory workshops with the public in February, April and May, a work will be created from elements recovered at the foot of the Citadel.
© Nicolas Floc'h
Exhibition "The color of water" Nicolas Floc'h
From the infinitely large to the infinitely small, the works of Nicolas Floc'h, presented in the powder magazine, are part of a multidisciplinary approach that combines scientific research and artistic gesture to represent the underwater depths.
Nicolas Floc'h, a visual artist and photographer, has directed his work towards the sea through a questioning related to ecology and the environment. In Port-Louis, he proposes works that represent entries at different scales in the color of the water.
© Unknown Photographer / Private Archives R. Depardon / DER1964xxxW0001.
Exhibition "Raymond Depardon: 1962-1963, military photographer" from May 17
Exhibition "Jules Verne Trophy, the extraordinary record"from the June 28.
Go around the world sailing, crewed and in less than 80 days through the three caps? In the wake of Phileas Fogg, the hero of Jules Verne's novel and in the footsteps of Magellan, only 9 teams raised the precious trophy. Ready to discover the story of this living challenge?
Code green, top chrono!