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The effect of public art

Visiting Mons again

After 4 years, The Passenger is still rocking the city center of Mons. Since 2015 The Passenger has become part of the city center. Arne Quinze recently stopped by: "I am delighted to see how people find peace and time for contemplation under the wings of this work. We humans have managed to cover a big part of our planet with concrete. We built very monotonous cities and we've never been as far from nature as we are today. I hope that the confrontation between the public and my sculptures will lead to people allowing more colour and nature in our cities."

Le Beau Rêveur

Finishing a public art installation in Paris

Inspired by an active romanticism, Arne Quinze continues his journey with this public sculpture...

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Behind the scenes of the workshop

Strelitzia construction

Strelitzia is Latin for the commonly known crane flower, or 'bird of paradise', a plant...

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Building a new sculpture in Paris

Le Beau Rêveur B/W

We are at the construction site of ‘The Beautiful Dreamer’ in Porte de Versailles, Paris....

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