OthonielJean-Michel Othoniel's first monograph follows the footsteps of a singular and secretive artist. Making use of the raw beauty of materials, Othoniel is one of the few artists to balance a demanding artistic process with a sensitive and poetic approach. He invites us to discover a world inhabited by dreams and enchantment, but also haunted by suffering and melancholy. The artist gained favor with the public for his Kiosk of the Night-walkers, which he designed for the entrance of the Palais-Royal-Musée du Louvre metro station in Paris. He has been the subject of numerous exhibitions and commissions in France and abroad.
By Catherine Grenier
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