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07 May

Ma peinture BLACK IS A COLOUR S'ENVOLE POUR 5 MOIS A PHILADELPHIE (USA) !!!

Publié par Laetitia Lescoat

UN GRAND MERCI AU NATIONAL LIBERTY MUSEUM DE PHILADELPHIE AUX USA QUI SELECTIONNE UNE SECONDE FOIS L'UNE DE MES OEUVRES. CETTE ANNEE, IL S'AGIT D'UNE GRANDE PEINTURE D'1M60/1M30 POUR UNE EXPOSITION ENGAGEE DU 18 JUIN AU 7 NOVEMBRE 2021 !!! ET VOILA NOUS SOMMES 35 ARTISTES DU MONDE ENTIER SELECTIONNES.

J'AI CHOISI DE PARLER DU RACISME ANTI-NOIR DE VENISE A NEW-YORK ET AI CREE UNE TOILE D'1M60/1M30 cm, EN LIEN AVEC UN EVENEMENT PASSE SENSIBLE.

MALHEUREUSEMENT MA TOILE N'EST VRAIMENT PAS TERRIBLE EN PHOTO !!! ALORS JE VOUS EN PARTAGE AUSSI UN PETIT FILM DU TRAVAIL EN COURS DE REALISATION. MAIS ELLE EST BEAUCOUP MIEUX EN VRAI. JE L'AIME BEAUCOUP (JE NE DIS PAS SOUVENT CELA DE MES TOILES), CAR ELLE EST VRAIMENT AU CARREFOUR DE L'EMOTION, DE L'IDEE ET DE L'ESTHETIQUE EXPRESSIVE.

J'AI VRAIMENT LE SENTIMENT QU'ELLE VA ME PORTER CHANCE ET JE VOUS EN DIRAI PLUS PROCHAINEMENT. SACHEZ QUE J'AI UNE NOTICE DE DEUX PAGES A REDIGER ET AI PARLE AUSSI DE MES INFLUENCES ACTUELLES PROUSTIENNES.

TRES EMUE DE VOIR MES REVES SE REALISER EN RESTANT MOI-MEME.

UN TRES GRAND MERCI A MES CHERS VOISINS QUI M'ONT ACCOMPAGNEE DANS MES VAGUES A L'AME ET MES DOUTES. MERCI A MON ELEVE BEATRICE POUR LES PHOTOS !! MERCI VRAIMENT A TOUS ! ET MERCI A CEUX QUI M'ONT FAIT CONFIANCE ARTISTIQUEMENT PARLANT !!

MA PEINTURE SE RETROUVERA AUSSI AUX COTES D'AUTRES TRES ENGAGEES, SANS CENSURE. PEUT-ETRE SUIS-JE LA SEULE ARTISTE EXPRIMANT AUSSI SA FOI. JE DOIS ACCEPTER TOUTES LES DIFFERENCES ET DIALOGUER AVEC TOUS POUR AVANCER.

LAETITIA

The National Liberty Museum is excited to announce our summer exhibition Graphic Content, opening Friday, June 18, 2021. This exhibition will give space to graphic-centered artworks that act as social commentary, taking inspiration from counterculture tradition and giving voice to those outside the mainstream. It will feature artists who do not shy away from confronting and responding to difficult issues within their creative process. The artwork will embody the artists’ personal reflections on the current social and political climate.

The National Liberty Museum is excited to announce our summer exhibition Graphic Content, opening Friday, June 18, 2021. This exhibition will give space to graphic-centered artworks that act as social commentary, taking inspiration from counterculture tradition and giving voice to those outside the mainstream. It will feature artists who do not shy away from confronting and responding to difficult issues within their creative process. The artwork will embody the artists’ personal reflections on the current social and political climate.

Graphic Content will feature graphic-centered artworks that act as social commentary, taking inspiration from counterculture tradition and giving voice to those outside the mainstream. It will feature artists who do not shy away from confronting and responding to difficult issues within their creative process. The artwork will embody the artists’ personal reflections on the current social and political climate.

Graphic Content contains a number of uncensored artworks that feature violence, profanity, nudity, and racially sensitive imagery. May not be suitable for all ages.

Caretoons 2021
As a companion piece to Graphic Content, the NLM is bringing back select pieces from Caretoons, a popular annual exhibition/competition that ran from 2005-2010. In creating Caretoons, the NLM wanted to design an exhibition that used the powerful artform of cartooning to celebrate diversity, inclusion, liberty, and freedom. Through drawings submitted by children, as well as amateur and professional artists from around the world, the images in Caretoons grapple with contemporary issues through the approachable lens of cartoons and graphic art.

Members Only Preview, June 17, 5pm -on-site
Would you like early access to this exhibition? We are inviting Museum members to a Members-only Preview on June 17, 2021 at 5pm. This special evening includes fun and informative pop-up chats with Graphic Content artists, as well as light refreshments. Not a member? Become a member today to receive year-long free Museum admission and other benefits.

The is a Members-Only FREE event. Please register below.

Register for the Graphic Content Exhibition Members-Only Preview on June 17.


 

Exhibition Opening, June 18, 5pm -on-site
Join the National Liberty Museum as we unveil our newest exhibition, Graphic Content, with an adult after-hours party! Every 30 minutes, hear from artists about how their graphic-centered artwork acts as social commentary with special pop-up artist chats. The fun continues with custom t-shirt printing from Philadelphia’s Awesome Dudes Printing. (These t-shirts will be available for purchase at the NLM gift shop) and two chances to see a VERY ADULT Drag Queen Storytime performed by Miss Brittany Lynn at 7pm and 8pm. You can also purchase tickets to be redeemed for cocktails made by one of Philly’s favorite bars, Tattooed Mom. While you are there, don’t forget to browse items on sale from local artists!

Ticket price includes admission to the Museum. First 50 attendees receive a complimentary beer from SlyFox Brewery (MUST show ID). Drink tickets for Tattooed Mom are $10. Special Offer: Purchase a Tattooed Mom drink ticket along with your admission and save 10%! $12 (general); $8 (student); $0 (members)

Ma peinture BLACK IS A COLOUR S'ENVOLE POUR 5 MOIS A PHILADELPHIE (USA) !!!

J'ai redécouvert cette très profonde chanson de Bruce Springsteen que j'avais complètement oubliée et qui nous montre que presque 30 ans après les choses n'ont pas changé à Kensington Avenue (voir vidéo suivante bouleversante).

 

 

 

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56 RUE D'AMIENS A ARRAS - 06 66 27 47 68 / l.lescoat@yahoo.fr - Clôture fêtée de l' expo SAMEDI 11 SEPTEMBRE : on se retrouve au Mont St-Eloi à 11h !!! Sous le préau de l'école !! Pas de cours ce jour-là ! INSCRIPTIONS toujours OUVERTES ! SESSIONS DESSIN et PEINTURE ! Horaires dès le 4 septembre: LUNDI 17h30-19h MARDI 13H45-15H45 et 17h30-19h et MERCREDI 14H-15H30 et 16h15-17H45 SAMEDI 9H-10H30 et 10H45-12H15 et 14h-15H30 !!! 1er essai gratuit l'été sur RV !! TOUS NIVEAUX et TOUS AGES !