Charlotte Champion is an animal sculptor who lives and works in Paris.
Her bestiary is figurative, each animal is staged and tells us a story.
Don Diego de La Vega is a vigilante who wears a gold mask.
Bamara, the little feline, comes from Central Africa, while Surus has crossed the Alps and the Pyrenees with Hannibal. Rio transports us to Brazil.
A la claire Fontaine makes us hum an old traditional French song full of melancholy.
The tales, legends and travel stories that humanity has passed on from generation to generation since the dawn of time tell us a lot about our relationship with animals, a complex relationship that should make us aware that nature is fragile and that we must take care of it.