Special to The Gourmet Gazette
Paris, France —The elegant avenue George V in Paris is welcoming a colorful fun-filled outdoor sculpture show with the highly original and very kingsize works of contemporary, self-taught artist Julien Marinetti. The outdoor show is being presented by the Mendelsohn Art Gallery in conjunction with the city of Paris. Highly whimsical pandas, dogs, cats and hippopotames along with the character Casimir, which draws its inspiration from a dinosaur, are all on display. Each work is decorated with paintings and engravings and holds within a message, either apparent or not apparent.
Visitors can discover Doggy John, the artist’s interpretation of a French bulldog or Kwak the duck along with penguins, bears and more. The ensemble of sculptures which range in height from 12 inches (30 centimeters) to 10 feet (three meters) is dubbed Juliogoths and has graced the avenues of New York, London. Singapore and Marrakesh as well. Julien Marinetti is a multi-dimensional artist working in myriad mediums. The free show is being held on the Avenue George V (in the 8th arrondissement) from the Louis Vuitton boutique to the Place de l’Alma until March 16th. The artist’s paintings can be viewed at the Mendelsohn Art Gallery by appointment. http://mendelsohngallery.art/
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