Sur face I
In the streets, bridges, squares and houses, stone speaks. Sometimes it whispers or cries, sometimes it gives testimony with loud cries of joy or anger.
To those who can hear it with their eyes wide open, it talks about the History through the still living traces of the past, or in the cracks whose mysteries it invites to probe.
By dancing on the multiple faces of our walls, light, shadow and the arts highlight their beautiful wealth and the work of time. They amplify the echo of life that the imagination brings forth.
Different by their nature, architecture or heritage, they are similar in their ability to inspire us, move us, and remind us of the delicate link with our humanity.