Diverted objects by Tomi Ungerer and François Duconseille

Octobre 2020 – March 2021

Apollonia displays a range of Tomi UNGERER‘s unseen artworks namely anthropomorphic and zoomorphic sculptures made of everyday life objects, which were not only reused but also purposely misused, in a satyrical and caustic way.

François DUCONSEILLE presents a vaste project forming humongous murals based on byproducts of our consumerist society.

Discover the artists from two different generations experimenting their own ways to transmit similar artistic and contextual concerns.

The exhibition scenography is only made of recycled and green materials, thus creating an environmentally friendly framework for the engaged artworks.

Curators of the exhibition: Thérèse Willer and Dimitri Konstantinidis
Scenography: François Duconseille

Skills patronage: DS Impression https://www.dsimpression.fr/
In partnership with Tomi Ungerer Museum, International Centre of Illustration, Strasbourg

Free admission, in strict compliance with health regulations.

Open from 11 am to 5 pm from Wenesday to Friday and from 2 pm to 5 pm on Saturday and Sunday.