Laurence Jenkell In Cannes

Cannes chose Laurence Jenkell to exhibit her famous sweets-sculptures this summer to commemorate the G20 meeting, which will take place on the 3rd and 4th of November.

These customized sweet-sculptures represent the colors of the G20 nations, the invited countries, and the European Union member states.

I took a few pictures …. these pictures are random and there is NO political reason for me choosing the countries…


When ever we run out of places to go to for dinner or lunch we always end up going to Mougin village…. there are many good restaurants up there and there are around 20 or so art galleries and workshops that you can visit while strolling through this beautiful old town…. and the best part is that the kids love to go around the lovely old village with their scooters!!!

Picasso first came to Mougins in 1935, with photographer Man Ray. However he only moved to the village in 1961when he was 80years old along with his wife Jacqueline. There, in l’Antre du Minautore – a villa which was both his studio and home – Picasso spent the last 12 years of his life until his death in 1973.