The permanent collection is constituted by a selection of works of Ksenia Milicevic realized between 1984 and 1998. Sculptures of Christopher Stone and Gerard Lartigue.
Ksenia Milicevic is an artist-painter, architect and town planner, born in 1942 in ex-Yugoslavia.
First personal exhibition in 1970.
Member of Maison des Artists ( National Association of Professional Artists) since 1982.
Exhibitions in Argentina, Spain, France, Mexico, Portugal, Germany, England, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, Norway, Luxembourg, Ecuador, Brazil.
Workshop in the "Bateau-Lavoir", in Paris, France.
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The paint of Ksenia Milicevic never goes away from the nature, not to describe it, but by questioning on the world, to discover it and understand.
In this nature, the man is mostly present, but this presence is not immediate, it is a track, a track through his culture, his myths and his story.
This paint is not the expression of the feelings of the artist nor its action on the environment, but an open place to the spectator perception.
The importance is granted to the treatment of the space, always in three dimensions, but with various superimposed spaces, or in mirror.
The beauty is looked for in the paintings of Ksenia Milicevic, considered as necessities by its power to provoke the enjoyment, in the pondering as well as the abstraction of oneself and there, to remind the man its presence to the world.
" I am a sculptor, I was born and bred in London 55 years ago. After doing the knowledge I drove a black cab there for ten years helping to finance my art.
I moved to Seville 20 very odd years ago and dedicated myself to full time art; 17 years ago I landed on Ibiza where I have been ever since.
I have had some share of success, I have exhibited worldwide, and I have pieces of my art in many countries, In both public and private collections.
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Gerard Lartigue has exhibited for over twenty years in France and abroad. He discovered the sculpture very young, but no dedicated until years later when he was attracted by the alchemy that turns clay into art by the effect of fire.
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