The new cellar of Château Castigno, signed by the atypical architect Lionel Jadot, is the work of alifetime, a promise held, for the couple of winemakers Tine and Marc Verstraete, owners of theestate in Assignan in the Hérault.Placed in the midst of the vines, his thousand and eight hundred square meters are intriguing. According to the angle of view or the recoil, one would believe, so much the line which drew it issimple, resulting from a first throw, a giant hut imagined by a kid. It is necessary to project oneself inthe air to see, in weightlessness, a bottle, at the same time tool of work at the forefront of thetechnology and true sculpture of Land Art.At Château Castigno, art and vineyard are common cause, of course. For four months, during asummer, the village will live in the singular vibration of photography, hung in large format and in fullnature, on the occasion of the restitution of the works of three artists come here in residence on theproposal of the photographer Gilles Coulon, member of the Tendance Floue collective, artisticdirector of the « Tribu » project. The latter seeks « the complementarity and rupture, the warm colorsof one and the black and white of the other, the accuracy and efficiency of the third ».

Photographs : Patrick Tourneboeuf, Stéphane Lavoué, Bertrand Meunier

Tendance Floue
Magali Jauffret
Editions Filigranes
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24 x 32,5 cm
30 euros
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