Manoli Expositon Mythes et légendes

Exposition Manoli, mythes et légendes

Exhibition ,  Cultural ,  Sculpture in La Richardais
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  • Manoli was nourished by the great symbols and founding myths of humanity.

    Faithful to his credo: "we don't create anything, we capture", he maintained the greatest permeability to the currents of Western and Eastern wisdom.

    Thus appear, with the recurrence of dreams, powerful figures such as that of the horse or the bird, sea bird or nocturnal bird, watcher of wisdom.

    Legends and fauna constitute a common base of motifs that he willingly transposes into a symbolic register.

    Also, for the...
    Manoli was nourished by the great symbols and founding myths of humanity.

    Faithful to his credo: "we don't create anything, we capture", he maintained the greatest permeability to the currents of Western and Eastern wisdom.

    Thus appear, with the recurrence of dreams, powerful figures such as that of the horse or the bird, sea bird or nocturnal bird, watcher of wisdom.

    Legends and fauna constitute a common base of motifs that he willingly transposes into a symbolic register.

    Also, for the La Rance tidal power plant, he will propose a monumental sculpture project taking the form of two sheep with propellers, an allegory of the passage of souls into the other world.

    From the Arthurian myths, he produced the "Chêne de Barenton" (1990), "Excalibur" (1995) kept at the Museum, all of "La legend de Brocéliande" (1996) for the Cora shopping center in Pacé, as well as the "Fountain of life" of the Hôtel de Ville in Chantepie.

    From Monday February 14 to Monday June 13, 2022 - From 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. - Manoli Museum
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Schedules
Schedules
  • Each tuesday from February 14, 2022 until June 13, 2022