Book: Lebadang Spaces

Category: Artists, Individual

Price: US$20.00

Description: “My ‘spaces’ are neither sculptures or traditional bas-reliefs, but a synthesis of those means of expression which forms an integral part of the landscape, shattering the traditional relations with art for the benefit of an intimate union between Nature, Art and Man in these places of fraternal meetings”. Those are the words of LeBaDang.

The LeBaDang’s ‘spaces’ are located in the Hell Valley at the foot of the medieval village of “Le Baux de Provence”, France. It is the quarry of “La Cathedral d’Imagcreated by Mr. Albert Plecy.

Published in 1997. 48 pages, hard cover, 24 cm x 17 cm. Trilingual – Vietnamese, English, French.

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