Reunion is my first
monumental piece, produced out of aluminium.
This piece is born out of an
artistic order by a couple of Polish Patrons of the Arts: a writer and a lawyer
specialised in commercial arbitration.
The sculpture presents two
rocks-mountains inhabited in their heights by two proud cities, each with its
castle. The cities are connected through a bridge overlooking a vertiginously
Beyond this fairy tale like
relief, the sculpture symbolises Union. This union - here the one of two
populations, is not always easy. It is even too often conflictual. The
resolution of conflicts results here in the reconstruction of a bridge that
might have been destroyed in the past, hence the name of the sculpture:
"Reunion". At this time of threats of fragmentation of political
systems and the too many examples of world peace disruption, this
sculpture symbolises the fragile balance we need to favorise in order to
maintain a durable and mutually beneficial harmony.
symbolise the Earth, our common habitat, which is not always a garden of Eden.
But this is too often due to the doings of Humans whi tend to transform or even
destroy this unique habitat. It is already complicated to live in harmony with
our planet, so the union of Humans would be a first token of permanence for the