‘Hope’ A Botanical Installation in a 12th Century Chapel [Brittany]

It is in the heart of a chapel of the XIIth century that takes place the lovely exhibition “HOPE” of the botanical artist Duy Anh Nhan Duc. At the Art center of Les 3Cha at Châteaugiron in Brittany, France, nature revives here with its sacred character. Dandelions, thorns of rose, clovers or oak shoots, between strength of the living and magic of seeds in dormancy, « HOPE » invites to connect with Nature in a place that encourages to communion.

Music : Benoît Cimbé
Directed and produced by La Maison Noire

Photos by Maxime Lenik

Centre d’art Les 3Cha à Châteaugiron, Bretagne, France


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