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PHOTOMONACO 2018

PhotoMonaco focuses on a top-class artistic program: 35 exhibitors from all around the world presenting an overall panorama of art and collectible photography.

ORSA exhibited his works "Eternal Memories" and for the very first time his works "Habiba" during April 5th to 8th 2018.

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EAF ENTER ART FOUNDATION 2017

L'EAF, Enter Art Foundation, is a non-profit organisation financed entirely through sponsors, that supports emerging artists. The foundation works with various of the world’s most valuable international art fairs.

ORSA’s photographs "Eternal Memory" have been selected by the foundation committee to integrate their private collection. As of 2017 the public will be have the pleasure to discover his work through EAF’s presences throughout the world.

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LES ACCROCHAGES DU MINIPALAIS 2015

At the hour when the curtain rises in Paris on his work made out of images, memories and emotions, Orsa makes art and colors the theater of his life.
It is at the MiniPalais, the restaurant-bar-lounge of the Grand Palais, new springboard for artists to be discovered, that we find him today for a hangin in full light …

(Source: Beaux Arts Magazine Nov 2015)

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CRANS AMBASSADOR 2014

When the Mountain Transcends Art!
Very often art is invited to the mountains. One of the most prestigious establishments in the canton of Valais, in the Swiss Alps, the Crans Ambassador, has for some time become an art gallery.
The luxury hotel presented in its premises a splendor of contemporary art through an exhibition of the artist ORSA and his guest of honor Philippe Pasqua.

100 BIKES A WORK OF ART

The monumental sculpture dedicated to the Tour de France under the name "100 bikes a work of art" is put up in the heart of Calvi. Made out of two used bicycles collections, salvaged from the local population, it is the work of the Collective of aspiring plastic surgeons from the college Jean-Felix Orabona. 4 months were necessary to end the site under the supervision of their teachers Christian Lettreux and Nicole Monfront, the moderator Aurélie and placed under the watchful eye of the inspirational sculptor Jean-Dominique Orsatelli.

The principle is to highlight a part of the architectural heritage of Calvi, that will be under the spotlight and under 4000 journalists pen’s covering the tour.
It is thus the Citadelle and more particularly the tower La Tour du Sel that were chosen to be home to the work of art.
Composed of four large tarps and the recycled bikes, the work is set on two parts of the tower.

On the landward side, facing the port, the plastic work focuses on the number one hundred, on the stages of the Tour de France in Corsica and on the most representative colors of the coastal landscapes of the island. A modest but symbolic tribute was paid to the young Adrien Lippini, disappeared during a bicycle ride on the Biguglia road in 2009.

This tribute sets the values ​​of youth, dynamism and hope, values that are also carried by the Tour de France and sports in general !!!

On the sea side, the iconic character of Christopher Columbus is honored through the making of a "bike caravel" in the colors of the Tour de France jerseys.

Through Christopher Columbus, self-discipline, bravery and courage are conveyed; qualities of all great sportsmen and adventurers, whose discovery of the unknown is a driving force and not a fear.

FRESCO TOUR DE FRANCE - CALVI 2013

CUTLOG New York 2013 - Eternal Memory

The artist Orsa waited to find a special place to present a series of photographs which are particularly important to him: Eternal Memory.
This has been accomplished, since he exhibited his thirteen shots for the first time at the Clemente Building, during the 1# edition of the Cutlog New York, held from May 10th to May 13th 2013.

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ORSA exhibits… – Galerie MARIE RICCO à Calvi 2009

Surrealism or magnificent reality ?
ORSA blends in traces of colorful and moving African culture with the force of natural elements.
He expresses himself simultaneously through photography, digital drawing, sculpture.
The exhibition is built on the artist’s four major sources of inspiration. The concept is deliberately sober in its form, the visual impact being essential.

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