A conference by Agnès Ghenassia
Associate Professor of Fine Arts and Lecturer of Modern and Contemporary Art
Among the proliferation of postures and contemporary artistic practices, painters revisit the tradition of landscape and the gaze on the garden, sculptors imagine hybrid poetic man / nature and ecologically engaged artists try to mobilize the public or react to our collective concerns.
© Philippe Echaroux 2016
Philippe Echaroux went in 2016 to meet a tribe of Indians from the Amazon. By mixing street art and photography, he captured portraits of members of this tribe and projected their faces onto the trees of their forest.
Tuesday December 3rd 2019 at 10h30am
MEMBERS ENTRY FEE : 5€
NON MEMBERS : 7€
Jas de Bouffan
1 avenue Marcel Pagnol