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From February 22nd to March 21st , 2021

For more than 25 years, the choice of his models has been a crucial stage in Bruno Catalano's work. At the origin of each of his Travellers there is a woman, a man, a child, in whom he has found inspiration for his creations. A look, an expression, a stature, a detail... He finds in them what will make the strength, the originality and the humanity of a work of art. But today (when our physical encounters are limited), Bruno Catalano is about to discover his next model amongst his Instagram community. Those who watch will become those who pose !

Reveal the "Traveller" in you and become the model for the new sculpture by the artist Bruno Catalano

To participate, simply take a picture of yourself posing as a Traveller and post the image on the social network. The competition is open to participants of legal age, from all countries and of all morphologies. Regardless of the country of residence, travel expenses and stay in France, all costs will be covered by the organization.


  • A privileged meeting with the artist in his studio in France in order to participate in the creation of a work of art as a model
  • One original piece of the artist's new sculpture of himself/herself (H. 70 cm, bronze)
1/ You must be of legal age
2/ Subscribe to the Instagram @brunocesarcatalano and @lesgaleriesbartoux pages
3/ Choose a suitcase or bag that is meaningful to you
4/ Imitate the position of a Traveller and take a photo with face and bag clearly visible
5/ Publish your photo on your Instagram account with the hashtag: #brunocatalanoexperience
Your profile must be public for your publication to be visible.

 1 photo = 1 participant


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