An activist study to keep beaches free around the world. Since I was born, I have been going to the same beach in Corsica every year. When I was eighteen, there was no one on the beach and no tourism development. Today, thirty years later, we have to swim between motor boats, water scooters, divers, flying boats (perhaps soon flying saucers), various attractions and new things to preserve the environment, paid parking. Today, the beach is synonymous with stress. The explosion of mass tourism has led to over-exploitation of sites, which means: wherever you go, you have to pay, which will lead to poor people not having access to beaches."
Acrylic on canvas, cut and glued on cardboard once the work is finished. The size of the work is 30 x 30 cm, it is glued on a 30 x 30 cm cardboard box to frame on a 30 x 30 cm frame. This work is finished with a glossy varnish. This work is sent with a glass-free frame, ready to hang.