He was born in Romania in 1956, has lived in Israel and mainly exhibits his monumental sculptures in Asian countries. Less so in France where Ariel Moscovici, a graduate of the Beaux-arts de Paris, has nevertheless settled in the 80s in a small village in the Ariège.
For the globe-trotting artist, it is therefore a great opportunity to present his work in the setting of the Château de Charleval, a place of encounters that is part of time. Bereshit (“in the beginning of” in Hebrew), In head, Arène and others Between two points populate the gardens or come to nestle in one of the small artists’ rooms.
At the crossroads between figurative and abstract, Ariel Moscovici works with bronze, wood, metal, or plaster to create his multi-faceted sculptures, his “energy cores” where it is constantly a question of duality: past and future, shiny and matte, smooth and rough, hollow, and full, but also nature and landscapes as opposed to the creation exercised by man.