Ania Guillaume, a sculptor based in Monaco, is exhibiting soon in the premises of the Monegasque National Committee for the International Association of Plastic Arts at UNESCO, chaired by Marie-Aimée Tirole.

The exhibition presents her work: sculptures to pose and sculptures to wear: wearable art. Each jewel is a unique specimen. Her work represents aspects of the natural world, both very fragile and powerful.

The artist has traveled a lot but the influence of Japan and the Mediterranean are the most striking. Ania Guillaume creates sculptures in bronze and in other alloys. She uses also titanium for the worn sculptures, for its lightness and brilliance.

Ania Guillaume’s works have won her exhibitions and international prizes and recently a Jury prize and a prize from the National Commission for UNESCO at Monaco. She is represented in London by the Elisabetta Cipriani – Wearable Art gallery with other great sculptors and her works are in collections in Asia, Europe and America.

The exhibition will be held from November 16 to 30, from 11:00 to 19:00 in the AIAP-Monaco hall, 10 Quai Antoine 1er (1st floor).

PHOTO: Ania Guillaume