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Aquarella 2006, an Art exhibition dedicated to Watercolours in Paris, France

On September 10, 2006 an exhibition will take place in Rueil Malmaison, 10 km west of Paris. The artists who will be present will also be able to demonstrate how they paint their watercolours in front of the public. I will be present and I will have a booth. Do click the thumbnail to enlarge the poster of the exhibition.

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Paintings of London: Mallarmé’s ‘Apparition’

I am a true Londoner at heart. I lived there four years, but my heart has always resided in London. To a certain extent, you might still be able to find it there, tucked in the corner of Brook mews north and the Craven Road, unless you find it in that dainty cul-de-sac of a street named Pembroke Mews. This painting was performed in 1994. It is not only an illustration of Mallarmé’s poem but also a poetical representation of […]

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Paintings of Paris: Les Bouffes du Nord

Les Bouffes du Nord is a theatre in the 10th arrondissement of Paris. It is an old theatre which was reopened by director Peter Brook in 1974. Les Bouffes du Nord is an amazing theatre. It was opened in 1876 and the beginnings were not very successful. The theatre was too far remote from the centre and the poshest areas of town. In 1952, it was declared too old and derelict and the owners had to close it down. Fortunately, […]

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