VI[LL]ES A VISIONS VARIABLES
Farid Abu Shakra
Amélie Cabocel & Estelle Fenech
du 10 novembre au 8 décembre 2009
vernissage le mardi 10 novembre à partir de 19h
avec à 20h Grégory Bonnault et Virginie Bournaud - danse / performance
Espace interculturel et pluridisciplinaire
45-47 rue Ramponeau – 75020 Paris
00 33 9 51 17 18 75
Vi[ll]es à vision variable réunit trois regards originaux sur la vie dans la ville de Pékin.
During the second exhibition of the life outside, Varda Carmeli, multidisciplinary artist Israeli exhibits his photographs of the Beijing Spring 2007 series. Varda Carmeli has oriented in recent years on projects more subjective become real Documentary snapshot. The artist gives us here with panoramic photographs points of view. Varda Carmeli reveals images of scenes and ancient ways of
life that have survived until today.
In this same openness to the outside, three French artists, invited by Varda Carmeli have put their eyes on the streets of Beijing. Deborah Zrihen focuses on developing scene of the crowd within the city by playing on the proximity of individuals and their movements. Leaving aside the anonymity, Amelia and Estelle Fenech Cabocel have Interested daily prostitutes. Creation which seeks to examine the existence and fragility and the degree of consideration by the company of a social fact still Today borrowing taboos and unspoken.
This connection provides three random faces in Beijing between realism and aestheticism modernism and tradition.