Inner mounts from a mount analogue, exhibition until April 14 2022, Stephen Liégeard avenue 20, 06105 Nice, daily open except Mondays (2pm - 6pm), phone : 04.92.07.73.73, admission free.
For building his exhibition Nelson Pernasco finds the inspiration inside the book names "The mount analogue" written between 1939 to 1944 by René Daumal where quest plays an important part. The book describes a mountaineer expedition for climbing a rock located on an island in the south of the Pacific ocean. On place they will meet a climbers cosmopolite society following the only purpose moving to the summit of the mountain. This climbing looks like a way towards a new world. Nelson Pernasco climbs rocks well but he rather interests hismself with ruins or lost civilizations he asks. These lost worlds arouse fear or strange feelings. Nelson Pernasco let the matters talking and show us that hostile buildings really help thinking about our own future.