Gaston Lavoie is a self-taught sculptor who loves to explore materials. Whether it is plexiglass, stone, or metal, he is inspired by everything he touches. Gaston is the art of pleasure or the pleasure of art.
Dear readers, this article is focused on the comic book festival in Chinon, France (also known in French as the festival de la BD en Chinonais), which took place on the 11th and 12th of March 2023. This event was designed in a pedagogical way around themed exhibitions. The epicentre of cultural life in Chinon is the “Espace Rabelais.” We will explore the aims of this event.
02 May: Terra Futura: an art project by Louisa Lama-Aknin about the 17 Sustainable Development Goals
Louisa Lama-Aknin, or Louisa L., is currently working on Terra Futura, a new project which main subject is the 17 Sustainable Development Goals defined by the UN for the 2030 agenda.
Discover a one-of-a-kind museum: the Dan Gerbo Museum. It is part of the “artist’s museums”, designed by the artist himself.
Let’s discover an audio book of African nursery rhymes and lullabies that celebrates the different cultures of this great continent.
The choice of the title “Harry & Meghan” for the Netflix series, allows us to see that they have made a crucial perspective in their narrative; we get to see them as individuals rather than figures of the British royal family. The first episode tells their story from 2020 to 2022, looking at their departure from the royal family and their relationship with the press. It was the first time they took control of their own narrative.
While reflecting on the notion of memory, visual artist Marline Charbonneau uses archives to provoke emotions in order to link the past to the present. She agreed to answer our questions and share her work.
One of the leading series on Netflix is “Emily in Paris,” which depicts life in a Parisian communications agency. This series is an allegory and seeks to emphasize the French way of life according to the American point of view. The main point in this series is to see how France is represented within the series.
28 Nov: African Fashion Brands (AFB), a beautiful Montreal showcase of African fashion and designers
African Fashion Brands (AFB) wants to be a beautiful showcase for African fashion and designers and for this reason, they have settled here in Montreal.
Similarly to 16th-17th century European collectors who collected fascinating objects in cabinets of curiosities, Diane Arbus took photographs (1956-71) that reveal a sense of curiosity and wonder toward unusual subjects.