On Friday, May 26, Espace Gibert opens his new gallery during a festive period in the presence of artists, a local wine producer and a music composer.
From May 26th to June 30thThe old downtown winegrowers’ home of Espace Gibert is hosting a new-arrival exhibition of two artists working off the beaten track.
There you will find the photographic and digital work of Bruno Begin, who defines his writings as “affiliate Digital photo collages, revealing a highly innovative personality, with its closeness to Baroque art and the Surrealist movement. Under the pretense of representing the city of Carcassonne, his creations in their many versatility were theatre “Great myths and legends, meets historical pictorial and literary backgrounds, meanders through cinema and music, finds political themes with ecology as a vast leitmotif, always in gorgeous atmospheres tinged with insolence. And mastery of the digital tool inscribes my creative approach in contemporaneous pictorial practice in current art“.
The second artist also mixes techniques and sensibilities. Lou, in the name of the artist (Lawrence Bourgeois), is Artist “From the Glass”. Drfor more than fifteen years, create Unclassifiable work the material f the poetic forms. Having worked with different glass art techniques and been involved in many major contemporary stained glass projects, she gave birth to Library My hair glass and paper between words and minethirdWhere, eIn echoes of texts, they generate new inks, original papers, and especially glasses.
Presentation of his works a Great painting range from fusing to etching, from sandblasting to enamelling, to Unexpected material glazes to carbonization of plants.
This exhibition is opening Friday 26 MayAt 6.30pm, with artists, musical performances by composer Serge André and wine from Nicola Duhesme, project in Lagrasse “Le Fin d’Amore”.
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