From all walks of life, the exhibition and sale for the benefit of Unicef ​​in favor of the children of Ukraine

By bfnadmin  | Date: 2022-05-10

      
    From all walks of life, the exhibition and sale for the benefit of Unicef ​​in favor of the children of Ukraine
                     On the initiative of the association Artistes SansTitre, this exhibition-sale "From all horizons" will present the work of 8 artists from the association and 6 guest artists, with two highlights: 

An opening on Tuesday 11 May of 18h to 21h at Espace Beaurepaire. During the opening, an Auction of 14 works will be proposed to 18h, with a starting price set at 65 euros for each work.

A closing drink on Sunday 22 May of 17 to19h with a concert of guitars, in the presence of artists and Unicef ​​volunteers.

Among the artists present:

Marc ALBERT

The comforters are found at the Emmaüs, they are in a heap and have lost their identity, their smell.

I dip them in porcelain and give them a second life, an eternal porcelain life.

New buyers of these soft toys will have to play the game of having their picture taken with them so that I can issue them a certificate of authenticity.



Soft toy bear

collection of the artist put on sale for the occasion, porcelain biscuit, 15 x 18 x 15 cm, 2012

Jean-Pierre BERTOZZI

He is a French artist who lives and works in Paris.

Since several years he exhibited at the Salon Réalités Nouvelles, and was part of the committee of this one, he is also one of the founders of the gallery Abstract Project, emanating from the Salon.



Pretty little things

Acrylic, adhesive, cardboard on wallpaper, 42 x 25cm, 2012

Yaël BRAVERMAN

This work is made with Indian ink on vellum paper.

Figures universal and yet personalized.

All serene, but restless, impassive and silent.



Figures de silence

Indian ink on Velin paper, 50 x 25 cm

Henri CANONGE

Henri Canonge pursued a long career as an engineer before, when he retired, he discovered and developed a passion for the work of the earth.

He devotes himself to the representation of moving bodies. Especially dance. He is often inspired by the choreographies of Pina Bausch, isolated subjects or groups.

He is also dedicated to the representation of the energy of animals.



Hidden

Painted terracotta, 20 x 21 x 18 cm

Valentin CARO

My pictorial work is only the figurative substrate of the human condition.

I represents (like the first female painters of the Neolithic era) the fierce evidence of our probable reality.

I paint well and badly, just as I breathe by becoming the mirror of our gesticulations.

I used all technical media: oil, acrylic, lithography, engraving… in all sizes, especially large formats.

My paintings have been exhibited in Madrid, Paris, New York, The Hague, Montreal, Manchester … etc.

In addition to my plastic work, I try to explain myself through the edition of some philosophy-fiction books and articles on our extremely animalized consciences.



Emotional life

Oil on canvas, 46 x 37 cm

Martine DE BAECQUE

Its a story in pictures where I create strange hybrid creatures, we enter a space where plants and humans neste.



The imaginary people of the forest

Series of 10 monochrome lithographs, 90 x 56 cm, 11 copies, 2022

Marianne DE NAYER

My works are the expression of my thoughts and my aesthetic reflection.

My felt experience is transformed into a deep emotion that invades me and the internal alchemy imposes on me the exact image of what will exist.



SMALL THUMB

Drawing in pen, India ink on handmade paper , 56 x 56 cm

Agnès GIUDICELLI

Beyond the techniques of artistic expression, my quest is that of the place of women in their environment.

Being a feminist was out of fashion and synonymous with virago until the emergence of the #metoo movement. My work thus resonates with its time.



Eternal quest

3 washes from a series of 7, Fine print Pigment art, digital print 3/20, 37 x 37 cm, 2021

Therese GUTMANN



On the wire

Photograph on Fine Art paper, 20x 37 cm framed, 9 copies

Dominique IRION

It was in the sweetness of childhood, in the mountains, the discovery on the horizon of nature.



From all horizons

Acrylic on canvas, 65 x 54 cm

Rostislav KUNOSKY

Rostia Kunovsky is a painter, draftsman and engraver. Born in Czechoslovakia in Gottwaldov-Zlin in 433, he has lived in France for forty years.

His work is inspired by the life around him and his own; lived stories and his gaze and his reading of the world around him.

Thus the themes that he explores along different series in his work, evolve over time. time.

Like the series of Angels, in reference to the Czech Baroque; that of wild animals in childhood and the painter Cranach,

or the series From nowhere which explores the city and the vegetation in the city, sometimes crossed by portraits.

He uses in his paintings: oil paints, gouache, pastels, charcoal, Indian ink and collages.

Engraving, etching, aquatint or photoengraving, is an essential counterpoint to his work as a painter, one feeding on the other and vice versa.



Windows-Letters

photogravure, aquatint, 40 x 25cm

Valérie RAUCHBACH

Working for a long time with volcanic black sand, my pastels quench my thirst for colors.

From my series "Chairs of famous people", I present here that of Van Gogh.

Fifty personal exhibitions, including three in museums, seven in major historical places (La Chapelle de la Sorbonne, La Sainte Chapelle, etc.) and in galleries in Europe and Asia.



Chairs Series: Van Gogh

Pastel, 90 x 56 cm

Karel STEINER

Born in Prague.

He was educated in the United States and has opened his first photo studio in New York, where he specialized in commercial still life photography including jewelry and beauty products.

He currently lives with his wife and three children in Paris and divides his time between Paris and Prague.

Karel also teaches photography at Paris College of Art in Paris.

Karel explores other photographic techniques, including the polaroid and the pinhole.

He embarks on various projects, including the portrait he used recently to document different generations of Czech emigrants in Paris.

Digital print, 52 x 42 cm

Martine ULLMANN

The city and the landscapes inspire me, I paint on large formats, by successive layers by playing on the transparencies until abstraction.

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