When you go to Antibes just to see the Picasso Museum, but when you get there you are stunned by the massive Nomade, the work of the Spanish contemporary artist Jaume Plensa, which sits quietly on the wall of the Porto Vobon facing the vast Mediterranean. One of the most glamorous three-dimensional artworks in the old town. The sculptures are made of steel, with 26 letters A to Z, and all painted white, and are said to cost about 500,000 euros. In winter go to Antibes, the harbor is very quiet due to the weather, but to the statue is next to the sea wind, simply amazing, the camera in hand is almost blowing. Antibes traffic: train to Nice and Cannes, bus 200 can reach.
NomadedeJaumePlensa was created by Spanish contemporary artist JaumePlensa. The sculpture is built on the seashore and is cross-linked by many white letters to form the image of a human body sitting on one's knees and looking at the sea. The work expresses the close connection between human society and water and the idea of sustainable development of civilization. Take bus 13 and get off at Fort Carré. It is a 15-minute walk north from the old city.
The sculptures are so interesting, the whole process of the sculptures is a refinement, the art is rich, and there are large artifacts everywhere.