Nose Art Manolo Chrétien

The M.A.D Gallery in Geneva presents Manolo Chrétien and his Nose Art exhibition.
Manolo Chrétien fell from the sky onto the Orange Air Base in France, 1966. He grew up amongst hangars, tarmac, kerosene, rivets and the aluminum skins of jet prototypes that his father, France’s first Astronaut, would one day pilot, a universe where Manolo developed his passion for the design and technology power, coexisting with industrial structures, metallic surfaces and infinite detail.”
20 years of an international career after, he will pay us a visit for a very unique exhibition. An opportunity to come face to face (or nose to nose) with his unusual photographic skills.

From February 2nd until March 4th
Rue Verdaine 11, 1204 Geneva
Tue to Fri 10am-6.30pm; Sat 10am-5pm

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