Hatchikian Gallery invites you to discover the works of Steph cop exposed to the Martinez hotel in Cannes.
Steph Cop sculpts fallen trees in his Morvan forest. He restores the grace of their vital impetus in the figures of the ARO movement emblematic of the work of this artist who draws his inspiration from immersion in the ecosystem of the tree.
The Martinez, icon of the Unbound x Hyatt collection, recently renovated to reconnect with the sweetness of the art of living on the Riviera, offers a privileged setting to contemplate some of the works of Steph Cop.
The bronze Black Raw whose reflections evoke the lines of the tree and its trajectory of life is the guardian of the lemon garden, a true haven of peace where it is good to sit down. Two works by Steph Cop accompany the guests at the starred restaurant La Palme d'Or, where the creative gastronomy of Christian Sinicropi is always associated with an artistic dimension.
As you walk through the spaces of the hotel bathed in soft light, you will meet sculpture Robur whose silhouette, both abrupt and thin, symbolizes the strength of the tree and its faults of life, Columnae whose deliberately interrupted shape testifies to the unfinished destiny of the tree, Copelini clean figure carrying the vertical tension of the shaft and the Bronze cube which represents the soul and the existential center of gravity of the tree.
Savor this artistic stroll like an enchanted parenthesis, like these exceptional meetings offered by the Martinez to make the Croisette shine with radiant elegance.