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Capharnaüm

Cultural ,  Exhibition in Saint-Ouen

Free
  • Why Capernaum? It is the accumulation of paintings, sculptures and other creations from three different worlds.

  • Akiko MIYANO of Japanese origin, sculptor on wood, paper and clay… Femininity is a recurring theme in her work. Inspired by the lives and dreams of women in her everyday life or elsewhere, her portraits are treated with an offbeat optimism that blends fatalism, pride and strength.

    Pauline COUILLAUD - sculptor, painter. She does manual work around the object of art. Influenced by her activity as a restorer of antique chandeliers, artistic creation is an integral part of her life. His...
    Akiko MIYANO of Japanese origin, sculptor on wood, paper and clay… Femininity is a recurring theme in her work. Inspired by the lives and dreams of women in her everyday life or elsewhere, her portraits are treated with an offbeat optimism that blends fatalism, pride and strength.

    Pauline COUILLAUD - sculptor, painter. She does manual work around the object of art. Influenced by her activity as a restorer of antique chandeliers, artistic creation is an integral part of her life. His favorite theme: dreamlike. His works reflect the intensity of his dreams.

    Sandra GUERRINI sculptor and painter oscillates in themes between human conditioning and the place of man in the universe. Experimenting with the material, making the tool with the hand, she uses her own packaging like an imprint and works this imprint to extract herself from it.

    These three Audoniennes met at the municipal school of fine arts of Saint-Ouen in the sculpture class of Gilles FROMONTEIL where they developed their creativity over the years. They have a common desire to mount this exhibition in the continuity of the atmosphere of the Saint Ouen flea market, where styles and objects are combined.

    Thanks to the opportunity given by the Amarrage association and the place made available to them, they decide to take on a complementary challenge, that of mounting a monumental sculpture during the time of the exhibition.
    A sculpture whose idea is to represent the free artist. A sculpture that aims to be collaborative with the desire to share with others and unify around this project with the motto of Mooring to be conveyors of culture as a backdrop.

    Graffart, an association established at the Flea market which defends Urban Art "known as graffiti & Street Art" will offer workshops, visits to the street flea markets with graffiti but also will participate in the Capharnaüm project, in the form of customization, in the space of the Mooring yard.
  • Environment
    • Close to a public transportation
  • Rates
  • Free
Schedules
  • From October 1, 2021
    until October 31, 2021
  • Monday
    at 11:00 AM
  • Friday
    at 11:00 AM
  • Saturday
    at 11:00 AM
  • Sunday
    at 11:00 AM