Latest News : Philippe Pastor, « The Burned Trees », at Monaco Pavilion, Universal Exposition Milano 2015 (May 1 – October 31 of 2015)

Philippe Pastor’s is the official artist of the Monaco Pavilion during the Universal Exposition Expo Milano 2015. On this occasion, “The Burned Trees” sculptures have been integrated to the outdoor area of the pavilion.




Art & Environnement Association


Created in 2007 by artist Philippe Pastor, Art & Environnement Association organizes artistic exhibits and events to promote broad public awareness on climate change, deforestation and the need to preserve the environment and its natural resources.

In partnership with the United Nations Environmental Programme, Art & Environnement Association "Burned Trees" sculptures are a permanent exhibit found on the premises of the United Nations Headquarters in Kenya serving as a channel to educate the public and promote responsible environmental stewardship.

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The Burned Trees
by Philippe Pastor
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Art&Environment Association
Mission and Vision by Philippe Pastor
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Burned Trees Sculpture
United Nations Headquarters Nairobi
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Testimony Eric Falt
Director Division of Communications and Public Information
United Nations Environment Program
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The Forest
by Philippe Pastor


“I saw the fire burning down the mountain. I cannot resign myself to such destruction and I don’t want to ever forget it. When I look at mutilation inflicted upon nature, I am horrified and I experience a deep feeling of anger towards the authors of this disfigurement... This scene of desolation is nothing but a mirror of our society.”

Philippe Pastor
United Nations New York 2008