JEAN-MICHEL LENOIR -
A selection of work in color
When nature playfully tackles geometry, there is an air of graphic and polymorphic poetry where the infinity of the sky initiates a dialogue with the complexity of the earth. Polygons of salt lifted up from the ground and sculpted by the wind, they stretch towards the horizon like a giant avenue, which will soon disappear under the rains that will dilute the fragile Salar de Uyuni.
Off the coast of Scotland, the Isles of Lewis and Harris extend as the last piece of land before the Atlantic. Harris abounds with beaches where the elements remind us of their sovereignty. Lewis is the last Gaelic stronghold of Scotland, where the raised stones bear witness to an ancient heritage. Like this land at the tip of Western Europe, the billion-year-old rocks create an atmosphere as wild as it is captivating.