French street artist Seth Globepainter creates site-specific works that turn everyday spaces into supernatural experiences. In the past, we have seen transforming a magical subway station and building facades with multicolored murals. But this summer, Seth had an even greater challenge by transforming a historic castle in France into a gripping show. This unique exhibition titled Supernatural 1,2,3, Soleil is held at the Institut Culturel Bernard Magrez in Bordeaux. Although classically neo-classical, this 18th-century mansion is a suitable place for Seth's collection of contemporary works; Its mission is to become “a bridge between tradition and innovation, as well as a platform of change where everyone can enjoy a unique cultural experience”. In describing 1,2,3, Soleil is a word that comes to mind - albeit an inadequacy. In addition to exhibiting his signature wall paintings, this show includes sculptures, installations and paintings that result in a colorful and harmonious retrospective. “1,2,3, Soleil gives the visitor a glimpse into Seth's world, Sanat the artist's website says. Her Each room in the castle is based on a theme from various travels that represent a different design in the countries the artist has discovered. ” The program has more than 50 characters (children) created by Seth over the years, as well as addressing particularly meaningful travels. Although surprisingly individualistic, each of his subjects has a similar purpose: to be a "spokesperson, a harbinger of his research," whose polychromatic portraits reveal different ways of dealing with "difficult social, political and geographical contexts." Together, these motifs highlighted the importance of Seth's travels, giving us a glimpse into the lively imagination.