Bidons Sans Frontières, what is it?
It is quite simply the crazy idea of the French-Swiss photographer, Gérard Benoît à la Guillaume, to give life to more than 200 milk churns. Whether in the mountains, in the desert or even down town, the churns become real personalities whose primary role is to underline the beauty of a landscape or or an infrastructure.
This summer, Bidons Sans Frontières will make a stop at Nendaz for an exhibition as well as installations in situ.
More information concerning Gérard Benoît à la Guillaume and his churns on www.bidonssansfrontieres.com
PROGRAMME IN NENDAZ
Exhibition of photos from 19 July to 17 August
Discover about thirty works realised by the photographer Gérard Benoît à la Guillaume at Nînd'Art. We look forward to seeing you there from the Thursday to the Sunday from 4pm to 7pm. The opening ceremony will take place in the presence of the artist on Friday 19 July at 6pm.
A treasure hunt, in the heart of the Maison de la Culture, will equally help you to discover the exhibition in an amusing way with your family.
Installations in situ from 13 to 16 August
Come and take part in a truly artistic experience. From 13 to 16 August, over 200 milk churns will disembark in Nendaz for exhibitions in the middle of nature. Various animations are organized to enable you to plunge yourself into the exciting world of Bidons Sans Frontières.
13 August: Bidons Sans Frontières at Tracouet
14 August: Bidons Sans Frontières in an alpine meadow
15-16 August: Bidons Sans Frontières at Cleuson
Further information will follow...