Following in the footsteps of Claude Ponti, Pedro and Johann Le Guillerm, Jean Jullien is taking his turn in the Jardin des Plantes for this summer season 2020. Far from being his first time in Nantes, the artist is known for his famous posters representing the typical places of the City of Dukes, and his art-emblazon of the bar "The Nest": a monumental bird, half-stork, half-heron, which by its long neck crosses all the bar, and watches over its eggs in the shape of seats (or the opposite).
For the first time, Jean Jullien will be exhibiting monumental installations in a garden, representing characters and other whimsical and amusing works, specially designed for the Jardin des Plantes in Nantes. Visitors will be able to discover "the bather", an 8m tall creature, taking a bath in the middle of the garden's large pool, while spitting water, and many other creations along the paths, lawns, flowerbeds, trees and water features.
Photo credits: Stephan Menoret Nantes Métropole
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Category : Installation, oeuvres.ImpressionDigitale
Year : 2019
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