As good resolutions for this new year that seems to be somewhat complicated, we have concocted a new formula, which explains the slight delay in the publication of this issue… Mea culpa, mea maxi culpa!
After 35 issues published with a graphic charter recognizable among all, it seemed high time to make a transition, more in line with our time… It is therefore mission accomplished with this new issue with a rocky new template and content even more eco-conscious, with the presentation of various projects concerned with the preservation of our environment.
Starting with Simon Berger and his treatment of glass for the creation of masterful works of art. Then we climb to high altitudes for the exhibition “Hors piste”, orchestrated by a collection of artists fighting in their own way against global warming, with the sale of customized recovery snowboards to awaken the spirits. A little enchanted parenthesis on the remnants of the Booming era of Paris with the emblematic Molitor swimming pool, revisited for the occasion by the geometric Katre. We also have a focus on two new artists: François Noël and his geometric abstractions, and Antoine Stevens and his sense of raw femininity, that has us all seduced…
Then we take off for Rome with Street Art for Rights, an open-air museum for sustainable development. Then we head to the Iberian coast, near Barcelona, with Osona Artimur, the first festival to take rural life as its place of residence in an eco-responsible approach.
We will close this edition with Marie-Extrasystole and her ability to reinvent the material, giving it opportunity for a second life… And our last pages will reveal, by popular demand, the latest highly confidential frescoes of the Babcokerie…
All we have left to do is wish you a good reading, and to invite you to give your opinion on the new version of Stuart version, on our STUART Mag Facebook page or Instagram… And above all, please continue to take good care of yourself!