Arne Quinze started out in the 1980s as a graffiti artist and soon moved from street art to public art. His name has become synonymous with monumental installations. We now find them all over the world, from Germany and France to the United States, China and Brazil. But his work also includes paintings, smaller sculptures and light installations.
This book tells the story of Quinze's commitment to breaking the monotony of our contemporary society by giving space to the powerful beauty of nature.
With over 500 photos, an exclusive interview with Hervé Mikaeloff and an essay by Xavier Roland.