sunny st. barth isn't exactly a tedious place, and although luxuriating on a beach or super yacht is the main objective for most who come here during the summer, art saint barth adds a refreshing cultural bonus. the annual event aims to lend the island an aura of cultural coolness, and it has once again lured paris-based designer jean-charles de castelbajac to its shores for an exhibition. opening on sat – jul 30 [6pm-8pm] on the beach outside eden rock hotel, an iconic luxury property on the island and home to eden rock gallery, is de castelbajac's exhibition winds of changes. the showcase presents a series of ten flags, in addition to japanese ink drawings on lightweight cigarette paper to tell stories imagined and serene scenes with literary evocations such as robinson crusoe, the sea, strange animals and wild nature, all far away from all the turmoil of today’s society and captured on a triptych canvas. the designer's works represent hope, and the idea that the wind carries these images of hope around the planet, with messages of sharing, fraternity and love. location: eden rock hotel, baie de st.-jean [st. barth].