le papillon posé sur la cloche du temple endormi,
solo exhibition - Chourouk Hriech
Innocent Living, Agnes Martin 1999. Dia Art Foundation; Partial gift, Lannan Foundation 2013. © Agnes Martin/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.
Sara Badr Schmidt
Once upon a time they said press star to cross the moon and the world was free, Sara Badr Schmidt
Still from video Birdsong, Sutapa Biswas
Borderless, Sara Badr Schmidt
Hands and horse skull, Alfred Stieglitz
Les Enfants Gâtés, Marianne Cofel
Separation, Clara Feder (Le Monde)
Danielle van Zadelhoff
Lost, Danielle van Zadelhoff
Drawing of a truck, H.
Blue Dream, Aki Kuroda
Eye, Clara Feder
Isabel de Vasconcellos
Illumination by Hildegard of Bingen
Three exclamation points, Clara Feder
A quote from Gargantua, Rabelais : "to laugh is proper to the man"
Julie K. Chun
Bamboo Groves in Mist and Rain, Guan Daosheng
Isabelle van den Eynde
Emperor's New Dress, Ramin Haerizadeh
Yakena, le regard d'Hélianthe, Isadora Bourdeaux-Maurin
Solidarity, Clara Feder
Morador de Rua, Ofra Grinfeder
Flight of a Separation Wall, Bettie Nin
Isabelle de Ligneris
The "potager" door
Flying House, Jeanne Susplugas
Black Eye, Sally Mann
Girl with a Pearl Earring, Vermeer
> Chourouk walks us through the metaphor of the garden as a key to a better world.
> Jelena chose an artwork from Agnes Martin, to talk about emotions and feelings, such as LOVE, to bring about a Better World.
> Sara chose one of her artworks to promote a general cooperation beween religions, therefore making a Better World happen.
> Sutapa chose a picture of her son, an extract of her video « Birdsong », to deliver her poetic vision of a better world seen through a child's eyes.
> Nathalie chose a picture by Sara Badr Schmidt from the series « Borderless », to illustrate a better world without men created boundaries.
> Natalia chose a picture by Stieglitz of Georgia O'Keeffe's hands to speak about the necessary collaboration between men and women artists.
> Marianne chose one of her artworks because she advocates that the world should be seen through women's eyes, for violence to decrease.
> Natalie chose this image to express her views of a world where communication and tolerance prevail.
> Danielle chose her own photograph Lost because her dream is about finding the key to a better world within oneself.
> Jo chose drawing of a truck by H. to show the importance of simplicity and honesty in the art world.
> Sam chose the image of a shag bird, logo of her art club, to show artists need helping each other and taking control over their exhibitions.
> Yoyo chose Blue Dream of Aki Kuroda because we should all follow our dreams, or our dream.
> Sonia chose the image of an eye to make us look at each other with a benevolent eye.
> Isabel chose the ouroboros because it symbolises regeneration and also creative opportunity.
> Anne-Pierre chose an illumination by Hildegard von Bingen to show the importance of innocence in human life.
> Emmanuelle chose Cosmos because we are part of it and art is a source which reconnects us to ourselves.
> Marie-Claire chose exclamation points to highlight the necessity of people's real commitment for art.
> Anne-Sarah believes that laughter, as well as art, may help us view things from a distance and improve our lives.
> Julie chose a painting by the Chinese female artist Guan Daosheng, symbol for her fight for women's status in the art world
> Isabelle chose a collage by Haerizadeh, a technique which embodies her dream for multicultural influences
> Isadora chose a photograph she took of her sister's gaze, echoing to our perception of art.
> Hélianthe chose a photograph of her and her sister holding hands, as a symbol of solidarity between women.
> Ofra chose her painting of a homeless man. She dreams for education to enlighten Brazil.
> This artwork from Bettie Nin embodies her vision for true freedom.
> Myriam chose the Mimi Foundation : she believes that pampering women may help them go through hard times.
> Agnès chose the Brazilian flag, which echoes to a land of future where diversity & opportunities thrive.
> Isabelle's dream is the door to a garden of her family house - a symbol for her desire to cultivate art.
> Jeanne drew Flying House as her dream, embodying her vision of a safe place for everyone.
> Melissa's dream is a photograph which reminds her of the child's voice within her.
> The movement
here equates life. This painting serves as a reminder that art and life work
hand in hand.
> Clara's blank suitcase embodies the beginning of a new project.