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Exhibition “Body shine(s)

Cultural, Exhibition in Montauban
  • For the first time since its opening, the Maison du Crieur in Montauban invites the public to immerse themselves in the rare and ancient art of mosaic. Discover the “Eclat(s) corpore(s)” exhibition from February 2 to 24.

  • For the first time since its opening, the Maison du Crieur in Montauban invites the public to immerse themselves in the rare and ancient art of mosaic.
    In this exhibition entitled “Éclat(s) Corporel(s)”, Enzo Subiaz, young master mosaic craftsman, wishes to highlight the synergy between mosaic and the image of the body.

    Playing on the versatility of the fragments that make up his works, he highlights the sensitivity, the vulnerability of the characters and the paradox between this...
    For the first time since its opening, the Maison du Crieur in Montauban invites the public to immerse themselves in the rare and ancient art of mosaic.
    In this exhibition entitled “Éclat(s) Corporel(s)”, Enzo Subiaz, young master mosaic craftsman, wishes to highlight the synergy between mosaic and the image of the body.

    Playing on the versatility of the fragments that make up his works, he highlights the sensitivity, the vulnerability of the characters and the paradox between this fragile interiority and what they represent. In “il Minotauro”, he refashions the well-known mythological figure of the Minotaur by giving him a delicate, thin and hairless body, haloed by Byzantine technique.


    A graduate of fine crafts in Paris and the Friuli mosaic school, Enzo Subiaz studied ancient, modern and contemporary techniques of fresco and mosaic. Thanks to them, he rewrites bodies through myths (and not the other way around). Playing on different materials and surprising shades of color, between light and roughness, his bodies provoke questions in us, and the manifestation of their mystery questions the very conception we have of our own body.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
Schedules
Schedules
  • From February 2, 2024 until February 24, 2024
    Open Everyday
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