Exhibitions

BACS has decided to end the annus horribilis 2020 with a splash of joy by organizing the photographs exhibition “De Fructibus” by the eclectic artist Brian Finch, from 15 November 2020 to 31 March 2021.

The exhibition “De Fructibus”, photographs by Brian Finch has been prolonged until the 31st of March 2021. The Gallery GAM in Menton sells the artworks for a charity purpose: the construction of an oratory dedicated to the shepherd Joseph Giordano who lost his life during the tempest Alex, in the attempt to save his sheep. But he perished with his animals, taken away by the fury of the river. An ordinary man who became a hero and a martyr. The oratory will be etitled “The Good Shepherd”. A call for tender has been launched and several artists will send their projects for the oratory.

Special prices are applied for this purpose, the photographs are sold 1,200-1,500 euros each. Contact gam@gha-menton.com to purchase an artwork.

Project “The Oratory of the Good Shepherd of Tende”

Call for tenders

https://www.nicematin.com/vie-locale/lordre-national-du-merite-recherche-des-artistes-pour-realiser-un-oratoire-a-la-memoire-du-berger-disparu-pendant-la-tempete-alex-625868

https://www.pressreader.com/monaco/monaco-matin/20201121/281771336736606

Brian Finch is a pseudonym. The artist – born on May 13, 1980 – lives and works in London and Yorkshire, his native region. He is a great 16th century painting specialist and has published several books on the subject under his real name. Among his passions, there are the ancient manuscripts, which inspire his work.

Watch the video of the Exhibition here :

Here are some photos of his works:

De fructibus Collection:

Sic transit gloria mundi Collection: