For this exhibition, Ugo Rondinone turns the Carré d’Art space into a vast landscape associating the large paintings of starry nights and the monumental landscapes done in Indian ink or large blue skies. You find his sculptures of birds (primitive), horses (primal) and fish (primordial), modelled and then cast in bronze. All coming in different shapes and sizes, they are associated in poetical correspondences with natural phenomena or elements such as snow, dust or sunshine. Read more.
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