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L'Australienne in the courtyard of Artcurial

After the Winter and Autumn Weathervanes at Artcurial Paris and the Spring and Summer Weathervanes at Artcurial Monaco, it's the turn of the last of the series, L'Australienne, to be exhibited in a monumental version of 4m90 for the sale of 7 June.

This stabile designed in 2013 a few weeks before the artist's death was part of a set of monumental sculptures including the series of weather vanes dedicated to the seasons.

L'Australienne is a metal sculpture on a stable base and composed of mobile elements with the main characteristics of the use of space and movement.

The sculpture was designed to be viewed from all angles, and the moving elements create a sense of movement and balance.

With a subtle harmony of shapes and a well-distributed weight, L'Australienne gives a feeling of weightlessness in this sculpture of almost 5 meters.


7 Rond-Point des Champs-Élysées Marcel Dassault

75008 Paris


490 cm

acier peint

Tirage à 8 exemplaires plus 4 épreuves d'artiste

conçu par l'artiste en 2013


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