My contribution for the I Want To Live In Los Angeles/Not The One In Los Angeles exhibition curated by Benjamin Ferrachat, Justine Ponthieux, Robin Margerin & Ana Vega and taking place at the Torrance Art Museum. The exhibition is about the distorded image one can have of a city, and the mythology one can create without knowing the reality of it all. Benjamin found a lot of references to the american culture in my work and invited me to create a poster to be part of the show.
L’exposition It Gets Better se termine à la fin du mois d’Août. Tous les prints de l’expo sont à vendre, ça va du A4 à 20 euros jusqu’au 50x70cm à 90 euros. Pour consulter le contenu de l’exposition le catalogue avec tous les prints et leurs prix est disponible en téléchargement ici .
The It Gets Better exhibition will end at the end of August. All the prints are available for sale. To see all of the prints and their prices, download the exhibition full catalog here.
Pour acheter un print de l’exposition : firstname.lastname@example.org / Tous les prints seront imprimés et envoyés en Septembre
To buy a print : email@example.com / All purchases will be printed and sent in September.
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I’m part of an exhibition taking place in Los Angeles the 23rd of August alongside artists Benjamin Ferrachat, Robin Margerin, Justine Ponthieux and Ana Vega. The exhibition is entitled I want To Live In Los Angeles/Not The One In Los Angeles (from the Frank Black song “Los Angeles”)
I was invited by Benjamin to do the flyer and to produce a piece for the exhibition. I also joined some of my already existing material to be part of the show.