Pierre Yovanovitch recently invited the French painter Matthieu Cossé to create a site-specific mural at his home in Provence. The painting, inspired by the nature surrounding Chateau de Fabregues, incorporates imagery of plants and wildlife to bring poetry and depth to this room of Yovanovitch’s home. This fresco is the latest in a series of artist commissions from Yovanovitch which involve hosting creatives at his home and working collaboratively with them to conceptualize work inspired by history of Fabregues and the surrounding Provencal region. Prior to Cossé, Pierre hosted Rochegaussen, Claire Tabouret, Alicja Kwade, Johan Creten, and Thomas Houseago, among others. Prior to this project, Pierre tapped Cossé to create a fresco for two separate interiors projects, a private residence in Paris and the entryway of Le Coucou hotel in Meribel, France.