Between sculpture, design , robots and architecture…



The role of art is to reinvent itself according to contemporary values such as ecology, the latest technologies, culture and customs. The role of a
creator is to make life easier for people and to spread a message. Art has long been a cultural and representative vector of our time.
This is why today’s creator must respond to today’s problems on a more weighty way of consuming, and make the best use of new means / medium of creation to «optimize» natural spending.
Consequently, the use of new materials such as those of the most perennial as the stone which offers an alternative to the overconsumption of
the object, all in a process of exchange of know-how.


Gala " AUX CŒURS DES MOTS " / Auction

Le vendredi 15 octobre 2021 à partir de 18H30 aura lieu notre soirée de REMISE DES PRIX suivi par le GALA SUX CŒURS DES MOTS pour l’égalité des droits filles et garçons. 16 artistes ont généreusement fait don d’une de leurs œuvres pour la vente aux enchères.

11eme Salon du livre Monaco

11ème Salon du Livre de Monaco inauguré par son Excellence M. Pierre Dartout, Ministre d’État, accompagné de Mme Yvette Gazza Cellario, Présidente, de Mme Sophie Vatrican, Conseiller privé du Prince, de Mme Sylvie Biancheri, Directrice du Grimaldi Forum, et de M. Raphaël Abenhaïm, Vice-président.

Soirée du cœur organisée le 07 avril au Yacht club de Monaco


The stone sculptor produces ornaments and decorative motifs in bas-relief or sculptures in the round or in high-relief. The stone is chosen according to its physical characteristics: density, volume, surface area, hardness and reliability.

Stone sculpture is a particular technique of sculpture in that it designates a method of making a work different from modeling in clay or cast iron. The oldest known art forms are stone carving.

As a building artist, the sculptor makes the most of a block of stone extracted from a quarry, and gives it the desired shape, based on sketches or templates.


Furthermore the stone carver is the heir to the builders of cathedrals, this building craftsman is a true artist. Custodian of ancestral know-how and respectful of traditions, it is no less open to the latest technological developments.

Finally, The profession appears as soon as man wants to build imposing buildings designed to last (temples, fortifications, etc.), therefore from ancient Egypt and in Greek and Roman Antiquity. Then, over the centuries, the trade continues without interruption, sometimes retaining the same techniques and tools (certain types of tools used by today’s stonemasons have not changed in 2000 years).

In conclusion, the profession of sculptor is a millenary profession working for the protection of heritage and techniques. Its field of action is vast, ranging from architecture to art.