Arcosanti alumnus Robert Clyde sent photos from Toulouse, France of an exhibition open until January 8. 2017.

Robert helped with the Toulouse silt casting workshop, taught by Cosanti Foundation Director Roger Tomalty in the fall of 2014. The models and the bench in the exhibit were made during this workshop at the Graphics Design Department of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Toulouse, see this This workshop was organized by alumnus artist Aurelien Froment, with Raffael and Stephen, two of the teachers of the Graphics Design Department at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, see this Here is a Artist and Arcosanti alumnus Aurelian Froment also had an exhibition of his work involving Arcosanti in Paris, from October 2nd to December 7th. 2015. The exhibition included photos that Aurelian took during his last visit at Arcosanti earlier this year, one of Colly Soleri’s slides and on of Ivan Pintar’s, see this link.

Aurelian started his workshop in July 2002 and has visited Cosanti and Arcosanti many times.

Aurélien Froment was born in France in 1976, and has been living in Dublin, Ireland, since 2008. Many institutions have organised solo presentations of his work, including: The Wattis Institute (San Francisco), Le  Crédac (Ivry-sur-Seine, France), Musée de Rochechouart (France), Gasworks (London), Montehermoso (Vitoria, Spanish Basque country), Bonniers Konsthalle (Stockholm), Palais de Tokyo (Paris), FRAC Champagne-Ardenne (Reims, France). He participated in the Sydney Biennial (2014), the Venice Biennial (2013), the Lyon Biennial (2011) and the Gwangju Biennial (2010). In 2014, his exhibition Fröbel Fröbeled, which was first presented at the Contemporary Art Gallery in Vancouver, toured to Villa Arson (Nice, France) and Spike Island (Bristol, UK).

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