After Abel Barroso’s Une île à l’étranger, the art center of Habitation Clément presents the exhibition “Dé-construction” (Un-building) signed Sébastien Mehal. Discover this cultural event and where to rent a car to get there.
Organized by the Clément Foundation (dedicated to contemporary art), Sébastien Mehal’s Dé-construction exhibition is currently held in Case Leo inside Habitation Clément.
After architecture school and getting a degree at the School of Audiovisual Production in Paris, Sébastien Mehal decided to share his raw universe with the world. Paintings, serigraphs, sculptures… the artworks of “Dé-construction” are turned around an “emblem”: a light bulb. The obsession for this everyday object, the artist has had it since childhood, during which he lived in Fort-de-France, facing the sparkling hills of Trénelle and Didier. “I was wondering what lives were lit by those light bulbs that appeared between doors and windows”, he explains.
The Dé-construction exhibition is up until May 31st, 2015 and is open every day (without interruption, including on holidays) from 9am to 6pm.
A little advice from RentaCar Martinique : rent a berline to go to the exhibit Dé-construction of Sébastien Mehal and to fully enjoy your stay in Martinique.
The exhibit Dé-construction of Sébastien Mehal will be held at La Case à Léo (at the Habitation Clément), every day from 9am tp 6pm, until May 31st.