07.05 Henry Miller – Evening of Celebration



Dans le cadre du Festival Aller Retour Paris, consacré à l’écrivain Henry Miller


Evening of Celebration

HENRY MILLER

Talks, Film, Concert blues country, Cocktail

7 MAI – 19H

 

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Soirée en honneur à Henry Miller
Découvrir Henry Miller par l’intermédiaire de  différents conférenciers internationaux (États-Unis, Suède et Paris)

Magnus Toren, Président de la Henry Miller Memorial  Library à Big Sur en Californie,

Mary Duncan, Directrice du Paris Writers Group et auteur du livre «Henry Miller is  Under My Bed»  nous expliquera comment  Henry Miller a publié « Le Tropique du Cancer »  (diffusion d’une interview inédite de 10 minutes),

Ida Therén, journaliste suédoise nous parlera du rôle d’Anais Nin dans la publication du livre «Le  Tropique du Cancer».

 

Concert blues, rock, country de l’artiste américain Al Rose

“A tongue in cheek folk rock classic.  Offbeat, funny and utterly compelling, it’s a superb introduction to a fiercely individual singer-songwriter.” -Rock N’Reel Magazine, UK
With a mixture of irreverence and soul, this veteran singer-songwriter just gets better, funnier and more plaintively incisive with each release…mixes blues, country and rock influences with off-hand ease, while crafting indelible imagery. How, after all, can anyone resist a song that begins, ‘The X-rays were embarrassing’.”  One of The Best Chicago
Indie Releases of 2008 –Greg Kot, Chicago Tribune
 
 

Join us on May 7 to celebrate Henry Miller
Discover him from the perspective of speakers from Big Sur, Sweden and Paris.

Talks by :

Magnus Toren, President of the Henry Miller Memorial  Library at Big Sur in California,

Mary Duncan, Director of Paris Writers Group and author of  «Henry Miller is Under My Bed»
Listen to the words of Henry Miller telling the little known story of how he published The Tropic of Cancer,

Ida Therén, Swedish journalist will speak on the role of Anaïs Nin who was  instrumental in the publication of  « the Tropic of Cancer ».

Blues, rock, country concert of the American artist Al Rose

“A tongue in cheek folk rock classic.  Offbeat, funny and utterly compelling, it’s a superb introduction to a fiercely individual singer-songwriter.” -Rock N’Reel Magazine, UK
With a mixture of irreverence and soul, this veteran singer-songwriter just gets better, funnier and more plaintively incisive with each release…mixes blues, country and rock influences with off-hand ease, while crafting indelible imagery. How, after all, can anyone resist a song that begins, ‘The X-rays were embarrassing’.”  One of The Best Chicago

Indie Releases of 2008 –Greg Kot, Chicago Tribune

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Chili en mouvement, Andrés Bustamante – jusqu’au 3 mai

Vernissage Exposition ” Chili en mouvement ” du 19 mars au 3 mai 2014

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Exposition du 19 mars au 3 mai  2014

art, culture et politiqueSoirées culturelles tout au long de l’exposition

 

Dorothy propose un voyage au cœur du Chili, entre un passé douloureux et un présent aux aspirations nouvelles et pleines d’espoir.

La galerie accueille Andrés Bustamante, peintre chilien, dont l’œuvre est inspirée de la force de la nature et des anciennes traditions chiliennes. Seront également proposées les photographies de Laurencine Lot prises sous la dictature de Pinochet: « Au Chili des années 80 – ce que racontent les murs de la dictature ».

Des soirées en compagnie de réalisateurs, musiciens et acteurs chiliens complètent le tableau de ce pays en plein mouvement.

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Andrés Bustamante – cubisme, peinture et sculpture en bois

PhotoLot Bustamante04Andrés Bustamante est né en 1973, année du coup d’état chilien. A travers des œuvres organiques et sculpturales, il nous raconte son histoire personnelle et également celle d’un pays empreint d’une instabilité multiple : politique, naturelle, et sociale.

Son imaginaire visuel repose sur l’instabilité évoquée par l’expérience vécue des tremblements de terre au Chili et la solidité architecturale représentée par la ville de Paris, où il s’installe en 2011. C’est à partir du regard qu’il porte sur ces deux mondes que Bustamante bâtit son œuvre. Les églises et divers bâtiments de Paris qu’il abstrait en bois sont des  symboles de la solidité architecturale qui nous entoure.  Entre géométrie et abstraction,  Andrés nous dévoile une œuvre unique et engagée.

 

Rencontre avec l’artiste Andrés Bustamante dans son atelier from dorothy’s gallery on Vimeo.

Andrés pratique un cubisme d’un genre nouveau en volume et en couleur avec une intensité apportée par la matière naturelle que sont le bois, la terre et le sable. Ses œuvres sont des miniatures architecturales inspirées de l’environnement externe dans lequel il vit. Hybrides entre peinture et sculpture sur bois, elles se construisent autour de la présence de l’horizontale, de la verticale et de la diagonale.

Le public découvrira des jeux de volumes et de perspectives, de lumières et d’ombres crées par la matière même qui rendent plus palpables  les effets d’équilibre, soutien et appui.

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Parcours d’Andrés Bustamante
Peintre, sculpteur, vidéaste

BustamanteNé au Chili en 1973, Andrés grandit auprès de peintres, écrivains et cinéastes qui avaient  l’habitude de se réunir à Santa Rosa, sa maison de campagne familiale.

Entre 1993 et 1999, il étudie les beaux-arts à Santiago du Chili et en 1995 il part en Espagne où il découvre les œuvres classiques et contemporaines européennes.  En parallèle et de façon continue Andrés Bustamante travaille dans le domaine des films d’animation. En 2006, il réalise avec le cinéaste chilien Théo Court, un court-métrage animé, Sendero, créé entièrement en sable et terre. Ces matériaux seront repris quelques années plus tard dans la création de la fresque murale Terres du Choapa au nord du Chili. Réalisée complètement en torchis, elle est unique dans son genre au Chili.

Ses œuvres ont été exposées au Chili (Santiago, Valparaiso, Concepción), aux Iles Canaries et à Paris.



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Voyage entre le Chili du passé et celui du présent

L’histoire du Chili est marquée par les cicatrices profondes laissées par la chute de Salvador Allende lors du coup d’État du 11 septembre 1973 et les années noires de la dictature. S’y ajoute l’expérience traumatisante des tremblements de terre qui agitent le pays de façon récurrente. Les  récentes   révoltes   des  étudiants dévoilent  le  réveil  d’une  nouvelle    conscience chilienne.

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Photographies de Laurencine Lot

Laurencine-web-213x300« Laurencine Lot explore le Chili sous dictature,  l’oeil aux aguets et  son  Leica en mains. Apparemment immobilisé, le pays est en mouvement. Elle photographie avec ardeur les gens qui marchent. Ce que le peuple pense du régime assassin, les murs le disent par les mots et par les images. Trente ans sont passés. Le Chili a changé. Les photographies de Laurencine Lot disent aux Chiliens «Voici d’où vous venez» et aux nombreux Français qui, en ces années déjà lointaines, se sentaient solidaires des exilés chiliens: «Voici ce que les murs criaient et que vous aviez entendu». » Jean Verdun

 

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Programme culturel

Acteurs, réalisateurs, musiciens chiliens

Tout au long de l’exposition, dorothy’s gallery vous invite à la rencontre d’artistes chiliens de renommée internationale. Qu’ont à dire les jeunes artistes chiliens aujourd’hui ? Cinéma & audiovisuel, musique, conférences-débat.

Vendredi 28 mars :  Projection du film “La Nostalgie de la lumière”

Vendredi 4 avril : Luis Briceno (courts-métrages) et Concert du groupe El Gran Chufle

Vendredi 11 avril : Concert du Trio Marelle (chanson jazz latino-américaine)

 Vendredi 25 avril :  Conférence “L’Art et la Dictature” & Projection “L’Ombre de Don Roberto”

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Henry Miller, "Aller Retour Paris" Festival

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photo-millerDorothy’s Gallery, American Center for the Arts, is co sponsoring « Aller Retour Paris » an exhibition,  May 6 cialis 10mg to 10, and a festive evening, May 7, dedicated to the legendary American writer  Henry Miller.

The Henry Miller festival is organised in collaboration with :

– The Henry Miller Memorial Library in Big Sur, California.
Shakespeare and Company,the historic parisien english language bookstore
Mary Duncan, Director of the Paris Writers Group and Paris Writers Press

Art Exhibit – May 6 to 10 – From 13h to 19h daily
You are invited to attend a week-long exhibition of Henry Miller’s paintings, drawings ,photographs with film, audio interviews and books.

Special Evening – MAY 7 at 7pm
Join us at Dorothy’s Gallery for a reception/celebration with talks by speakers from three countries with a film, food and wine on May 7 at 19:00.

Original paintings and lithographs

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Dorothy’s gallery, American Center for the Arts is honored to present exclusive original paintings and lithographs of Henry Miller. This timeless artwork was brought from the United States by the Henry Miller family, who desire to continue his legacy, which began during the bohemian years of the 1930’s.

The visitor will discover Henry Miller through his original signed watercolors , lithographs, photographs of his life and loves plus recordings and books.

Henry Miller painted as passionately as he wrote. He produced more than 2,000 watercolors which have not been seen in France since 1967, but are sought after  in the USA and Japan.

His controversal and erotic writing shook the puritanical  America of the 1950’s, highlighting moral hypocrisy, whereas the joyfulness of his paintings reveal his optimisim and his tenderness for mankind.

The «Odyssey of Henry Miller» a 1963 film of his life in Paris, will be shown continuously throughout the show.

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The French public remains passionate about the brilliance of his writings, but is not often aware that Henry Miller also painted from 1928 until two days before his death in 1980. His painting reflects the painters in the first half of the 20th century, such as Klee, Chagall, Dufy,Turner...

The devil writes but the angel paints

This great storyteller of sexuality and eroticism believed “the devil writes but the Angel paints.”
His painting reveals another facet of his personality: a world of imagination and fantasy, a joy of life and humor.

Extraordinarily generous with the art he created, Henry gave his paintings to those he loved. He also traded them for food and supplies in order to live and work.

His watercolors reveal the soul of a joyful child, who brilliantly created « portraits, seascapes,dreamscapes and escapes ». (Lawrence Durrell « The paintings of Henry Miller; Paint as you like and die happy »).

Françoise Py wrote in «The smile at the end of the ladder »: « For Miller, painting is to be born, to live the innocence of a child who discovers the world.[…] »

Join us on May 7 to celebrate Henry Miller

Affiche Soirée Henri MillerDiscover him from the perspective of speakers from Big Sur, Sweden and Paris.

Talks by :

Magnus Toren, President of the Henry Miller Memorial  Library at Big Sur in California,

Mary Duncan, Director of Paris Writers Group and author of  «Henry Miller is Under My Bed»
Listen to the words of Henry Miller telling the little known story of how he published The Tropic of Cancer,

Ida Therén, Swedish journalist will speak on the role of Anaïs Nin who was  instrumental in the publication of  « the Tropic of Cancer ».

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Art and Prison “Half a Square Meter of Freedom”

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Art and Prison

“Half a Square Meter of Freedom”
From October 17th to December 12th 2014

 

150 works of art created in the prisons of all continents will be shown to the public at dorothy’s gallery, American Center for the Arts

As Ambassadors : the Iranian photographer REZA and the French cartoonist BERTHET ONE.

 A collection gathered by Art and Prison, Germany

Co-organizers Art et Prison France

In Collaboration with  Carceropolis

And the support of Ensemble contre la Récidive and The Koestler Trust (GB)

 

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UN DEMI-METRE CARRE DE LIBERTE
from Inga Lavole-Khavkina on Vimeo.


AN EXHIBITION TO HUMANIZE THE WORLD OF PRISONERS

After its success at the German Ministry of Justice in April 2013, the International Exhibition “Half a Square Meter of Freedom” will be on view in Paris from October 17th 2014 to December 12th 2014.

At a time when prison is often present in the news, especially with the implementation on October 1rst 2014 of the penal reform in France, the exhibition « Half a Square Meter of Freedom » casts a universal and innovative light on prisoners and on prison and illuminates the multifaceted cultural program revealing the challenges facing the world of prison.

HISTORY

Inga Lavolé-Khavkina, documentary film-maker while in Rome, discovered an art exhibit created by prisoners from all over the world. Overwhelmed by the quality of this artwork, she contacted Peter Echtermeyer, the creator of the exhibition.

In 2011,  Peter organized a new international art competition dedicated to imprisoned artists. The artworks selected were then shown in Berlin in 2013.

Determined that this exceptional art show must go beyond borders and be seen in others countries ; Inga Lavolé-Khavkina and her husband Bruno Lavolé contacted  Dorothy Polley, founder of dorothy’sgallery, American Center for the Arts.

Active in politics and social issues, Dorothy immediately agreed to give her support and welcome the exhibition in her Paris gallery in october 2014.


BRINGING TOGETHER UNIQUE VOICES IN ART

This collection is unique by its size, its artistic quality and its geographical diversity.
Further to two international art contests, organized by the German not-for-profit, Art et Prison e.V., 250 paintings, drawings and sculptures were selected by a jury of artists among the 1000 artworks sent by incarcerated women, men and juveniles. It was very well received when exhibited at the German Justice Ministry in Berlin in April 2013.

Works of Art from more than 40 countries, which covers all continents, were contributed: Germany, United Kingdom, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Burundi, Canada, China, Colombia, South Korea, Cuba, United States, France, Ghana, Greece, Iran, Japan, Morocco, Mexico, Nepal, Nigeria, Poland, Pakistan, Romania, Russia, Singapore, Slovenia, Sweden, Ukraine, Uruguay…

MISSIONS

    • To humanize the world in which prisoners live
    • To give a voice to prisoners who have discovered their creativity while imprisoned
    • To change the general perception of prisoners to facilitate their return into society


KARIM MOKHTARI, VIMEO
from Inga Lavole-Khavkina on Vimeo.

 

« If you let this artwork impress you, your outlook on the prison system will change. »
Mr. Nettersheim, German Justice Ministry

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ART, A PATHWAY TO UNDERSTANDING

By being able to travel to Paris and to be seen a large public, this exhibit reveals how art transcends cultural and geographical borders and builds a pathway to understanding between all men.

For prisoners to return to the life of normal citizens, society must overcome its stereotyped vision of offenders. It must accept, support and welcome back former prisoners into its workplace, families, schools, places of worship, communities, cultural institutions.

Art created by prisoners must be freed from its constraints, leave the prisons where it originated and be seen by the general public.


GIVING A VOICE TO PRISONERS

Those who cannot be heard

Constrained in a closed world, those prisoners choose to express their emotions through art. They reveal to the public their fights, their fears, their loneliness, and their dreams underpinned by spirituality and hope.

 

 

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A. , Roumania


150 ARTWORKS – 150 LIFE STORIES

Changing destiny through Art

Thanks to art, they are able to believe again in an improbable future. These works of art remind us that they are people like the rest of us, with talent, humor, and skills that they can contribute to society. The awakening of their creativity allows them to escape from their confined situation and to bring a new meaning to their life. Public recognition of their work helps them regain self-confidence and believe that they can successfully reintegrate society.

The artwork shows that a prisoner is a person like the rest of us, with creative potential and skills that can contribute to society.

Therefore It is essential that “Half a Square Meter of Freedom” be exhibited in Paris, a leading world center for art.

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James, United-States


“VOICES FROM PRISON”
A MULTIFACETED CULTURAL PROGRAM WHICH CHALLENGES OUR VISION OF PRISON

« Voices from prison » proposes to the public an exchange on the universal theme of confinement from a unique point of view: the artistic expression of prisoners from all aver the world.
While prison is characterized by its opacity and its silences, this series of events is a unique opportunity to question the role given to it by society and to discover the emerging analyses on prison and possible alternatives to prison.

 Painters, designers, musicians, photographers, poets, film directors, cultural workers, architects, writers, sociologists, criminologists, representatives from the prison and justice systems, volunteers… will examine how confinement effects self-esteem and the prisoner role in society after his release.

 During these various events, a panel of speakers will review what are the stakes for reinsertion, alternative sentences to confinement, and the fight against re-offending around a central issue: the room for humanity in the world of prison.

Link to the program of events

 

TESTIMONY BY A RESPECTED AND WELL KNOWN ARTIST / FORMER PRISONER
Berthet One, an artist who discovered his skills in jail

“For the ordinary public, to see an exhibition of artworks from prisoners is really surprising. To see that prisoners have talent and sensitivity. As far as I am concerned, I can tell you that art simply saved me.”

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We truly hope you will be part of this ambitious and human project !

THE ORGANISERS

The exhibition will take place at dorothy’s gallery, American Center for the Arts (27 rue Keller – 75011 Paris).

The organisers of this exhibition are all non-profit associations :

“Art et Prison France”
French Association founded to make possible the arrival in Paris of the international exhibition of art created in prison.
Its founders are:

  • Bruno Lavolé, former senior bank executive
  • François Charron, former senior bank executive and Curator of the « Talents Cachés », annual exhibitions which present artworks from prisons from all over the Paris region.
  • Inga Lavolé-Khavkina, documentary film maker


“Dorothy’s Gallery, American Center for the Arts

American Art Gallery, cultural center founded in 2006, dedicated to the democratization of art, bringing cultures together and enlarging  art networks.

  • Dorothy Polley, founder and president

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“Art and Prison e.V.”
Not-Profit Organisation founded in Berlin in 2009 by Peter Echtermeyer, organiser of the international art contest for art by prisoners with more than 1000 entries from more than 40 countries. 250 artworks were selected by a jury of artists and exhibited in Berlin. More than 150 of those will come to Paris.

  • Peter Echtermeyer has been active with prisoners for more than 20 years and has held responsibilities in international organisations supporting prisoners.
  • Cornelia Harmel, german artist and exhibition curator of “half a square meter of freedom”.

For more information: www.artandprisonberlin.jimdo.com

 

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“Art et Prison France”
In order to organize this upcoming  international exhibition of art created in prison a french association “Art et Prison France” has been created by Inga Lavolé-Khavkina, Bruno Lavolé and François Charron. 

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And the support of Ensemble contre la Récidive

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The Koestler Trust (GB)

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Carceropolis

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and will have as Ambassadors

the Iranian photographer REZA

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and the French cartoonist BERTHET ONE.

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HALF A SQUARE METER OF FREEDOM from Inga Lavole-Khavkina on Vimeo.

Henry Miller, Festival Aller Retour Paris


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photo-millerDorothy’s gallery, American Center for the Arts participe au Festival « Aller Retour Paris » du 6 au 10 mai consacré au légendaire écrivain américain Henry Miller,  en collaboration avec :

–  la Henry Miller Memorial Library,  de Big Sur en California
–  la librairie historique parisienne Shakespeare and Company,
–  Mary Duncan, Directrice du Paris Writers Group and Paris Writers Press.

Exposition – 6-10 MAI – 13h à 19h tous les jours
Peintures, dessins, photographies, films, interviews audio, livres.

Soirée 7 mai – 19h à dorothy’s gallery
Réception/Célébration : Conférences (speakers internationaux), diffusion d’un film, cocktail

PEINTURES ORIGINALES & LITHOGRAPHIES INÉDITES

 

Affiche Festival Henri MillerDorothy’s gallery, American Center for the Arts a l’honneur de présenter des peintures originales inédites de Henry Miller amenées directement des Etats-Unis en France par la famille de l’écrivain qui a le désir de faire revivre la mémoire de celui qui a vécu à Paris, et tant aimé cette ville à l’ époque Bohème des années 1930.

Le visiteur découvrira Henry Miller à travers  ses aquarelles originales, lithographies, sérigraphies, photographies de sa vie, catalogues et livres. Le film de 1963, « Odyssey of Henry Miller » racontant la vie de l’artiste à Paris, sera également projeté en continu.

L’ artiste a produit plus de 2 000  aquarelles. Ces dernières n’ont pas été exposées en France depuis 1967 (événement au cours duquel la police avait dû contenir la foule qui s’était présentée en masse pour les admirer).
Si ses écrits acerbes ont secoué l’Amérique puritaine des  années 50 en soulignant son hypocrisie morale, ses œuvres picturales révèlent sa tendresse pour l’humanité et son optimisme.

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Le public français l’estime et se passionne toujours pour la brillance de ses écrits, mais n’a pas eu connaissance jusqu’ici qu’il était également peintre de 1928 jusqu’à deux jours avant sa mort en 1980.
Véritables synthèses de toute la peinture de la première moitié du XXème siècle (on pense à Klee, Chagall, Dufy, Turner…).

LE DIABLE ÉCRIT ET L’ANGE PEINT

Ce grand conteur de la sexualité et de l’érotisme aimait à penser qu’ en lui « le diable écrit mais l’ange peint ».

Coloriste hors-pair, ses œuvres nous révèlent une toute autre facette de sa personnalité : un monde imaginaire où règnent fantaisie, joie de vivre et humour. Extraordinairement généreux avec l’art qu’il créait, il donnait ses œuvres peintes à tous ceux qu’il aimait. Il les échangeait également contre de la nourriture pour vivre.

Ses aquarelles révèlent l’âme d’un enfant joyeux, coloriste extraordinaire, peignant avec ferveur «portraits, seascapes, dreamscapes and escapes». (Lawrence Durrell « The paintings of Henry Miller ; Paint as you like and die happy »).

Françoise Py écrit dans « Le Sourire au bout du pinceau » :  « Pour Miller, peindre c’est naître, c’est vivre cette innocence  primordiale de l’enfant qui découvre le monde. […] »

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SOIRÉE LE 7 MAI – 19H

Affiche Soirée Henri MillerDécouvrir Henry Miller par l’intermédiaire de  différents conférenciers internationaux (Etats-Unis, Suède et Paris)

Magnus Toren, Président de la Henry Miller Memorial  Library à Big Sur en Californie,

Mary Duncan, Directrice du Paris Writers Group et auteur du livre «Henry Miller is  Under My Bed»  nous expliquera comment  Henry Miller a publié « Le Tropique du Cancer »  (diffusion d’une interview inédite de 10 minutes),

Ida Therén, journaliste suédoise nous parlera du rôle d’Anais Nin dans la publication du livre «Le  Tropique du Cancer».


PARTENAIRES

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22.04 – Prospective Member Cocktail Party – American Club of Paris

Dorothy’s gallery invites the American Club of Paris


Prospective member

Cocktail Party

Organized by the Membership and Development Committee of the American Club of Paris

mardi 22 avril 2014 à 18h30

Vous souhaitez découvrir/ intégrer The American Club of Paris ?

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Joseph Smallhoover, President of the American Club of Paris  and  Membership and Development Committee organize a cocktail party for the recent new members and prospective members of the American Club of Paris.

COME AND DISCOVER the American Club of Paris !!

The American Club of Paris, organise en collaboration avec dorothy’s gallery, American Center for the Arts, un cocktail pour ses nouveaux et futurs membres.

Institution historique existant depuis 1903, elle organise tout au long de l’année diverses soirées culturelles, rencontres et visites dans des lieux de renom.

Chaque année, des français impliqués dans la culture américaine et américains expatriés en France, ont la possibilité d’intégrer ce club de prestige.

 

Informations Pratiques :

dorothy’s gallery, American Center for the Arts
27 rue Keller, 75011 Paris

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014 at 6:30 p.m.

Réservations sur : contact@dpgallery.fr or 06 83 87 09 93