– International contemporary art exhibition entitled :
Les Papillons ( Butterflies )
Organized by Les Papillons Association, in Carpentras, in Vaucluse.
In July and August 2020.
– Agate, Balthazar and Krisez art exhibition
Sculptures, oil, acrylic and watercolour paintings
at La Galerie Barthélémy-de-Don
Rue Barthélémy de Don
83110 Sanary-sur-Mer( at less than 50 meters from the marina )
From August 8th to August 19th, 2020
Opening on Saturday August 8th, from 06 p.m.
I’m taking part to the photo festival “Images d’Ici et d’Ailleurs” ( Images from Here and Elsewhere ) organised by the association Les Papillons from Carpentras.
From July 26 to August 27, 2019.
Concept: “XXL photos (2 x 1.40 m) hanging in the streets of the towns and villages around Mont Ventoux.
It is a new international photo festival in the South of France. Wandering around Carpentras, you’ll discover and appreciate the diversity of the world of contemporary photography but also of our region and its heritage, an atypical outdoor exhibition, its aim being to offer varied viewpoints on the diversity of the universe of images.” Les Papillons Carpentras.
My photo “Summer Solstice” ( n°06P ) is on display on the entrance stone gate leading to the village of Vacqueyras, in Le Comtat Venaissin.
Watercolour painting exhibition : MASSILIA by Krisez
From July 10th to August 27th, 2019.
Location : Théâtre de l’Eden, 28 Cours Jean Jaurès. 13560 Sénas. France.
Opening hours : From Tuesday to Friday, from 9.00 to 12.00 a.m. and from 2.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. On Saturday, from 9.00 to 12.00 a.m.
Since the natural area between Marseille and Cassis was classified as “The Calanques National Park” in 2012, the sublime landscapes of our coast have become more and more famous throughout Europe, and have been attracting many tourists and hikers, making the Mediterranean ecosystem around our beautiful Phocean city even more vulnerable.
It is both the strength of the coastal panorama and the fragility of the area along the sea that hold my full attention. As a painter, I would like to leave a record of these places, whether it be the limestone cliffs of Devenson where scopoli and leukopoeia gulls nest, or, some emblematic buildings which have been destroyed to allow free public access on the coastal paths: cabanons in Maldormé cove, Calypso restaurant on Les Catalans beach, etc.
It is the beauty of these seascapes in constant metamorphosis that I try to transcribe in my pictorial creations and which will be visible at the Tourist Information Office and the Theatre of Eden in Senas, from July 10 to August 27, 2019.