The Château de Crémat in Nice has just inaugurated its brand new fresco created by Nice artist César Malfi. It honours the history of the town and the Bellet hill.
When street art invites itself into a castle. César Malfi, a young artist from Nice, has just created a large fresco on the walls of the Crémat castle in Nice. We are on the hill of Bellet, in the heart of the vineyard of the same name. He has thus represented on 50 m² the history of Nice with notably a portrait of the goddess Nikaïa.
It is an atypical work in such a place and it is voluntary, the owner of the places wishing to emphasize the places to make the visits quite singular, between tasting and artistic discovery.
The "Bellet" appellation is the only PDO located entirely within the walls of a large town.
Kevin Blondelle • France Bleu Azur