Apparently, an 18th-century neoclassical building and a street artist have little in common, but Seth‘s latest exhibition, with its original titles 1, 2, 3, Soleil is proof of how true masterpieces are born from the most daring and strange combinations.
Until October 7, the Institut Culturel Bernard Magrez in Bordeaux will host a selection of works and installations by the artist who aims to be a bridge, between old and new, between tradition and innovation, between classic and contemporary.
The rooms of the historic building will be filled with a thousand bright colors that have made the art of Seth recognizable and unique within the vast contemporary art scene. Each space will deal with a theme related to the different trips that Seth has made and the places he has visited. Each work, then, will tell about countries, cultures, and realities far and different, stimulating the reflection of the viewer.