Duy Anh Nhan Duc : Fragile beauty

Duy Anh Nhan Duc

After Lee Bae’s charcoal “contemporary cave” in 2015, Shouchiku Tanabe’s monumental bamboo tree in 2016, Min Jung-Yeon’s bewitching birch forest in 2019, and Daniel Arsham’s Zen garden last year, it is a celestial landscape of dandelion egrets, all poetry and lightness, that Duy Anh Nhan Duc has unfolded under the dome of the Guimet Museum. […]



If all artists are just a little like magicians, for some, their relationship with matter and its transformation is a real transmutation. Thus, Lionel Sabatté paints by oxidation, sculpts reinforced concrete, and gives new life to dust, skin remnants, and dead trees. A blossoming of forms and materials transcending the boundaries of art and the […]