|8 Feb 2020 15:30|
→ 8 Feb 2020 20:00
|Centre Lgbtqi+ Paris-Îdf|
|Centre lgbtqi+ Paris-ÎdF|
|63 rue Beaubourg - Paris|
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Exhibition from February 1 to 29, 2020, at the LGBTQI + Center in Paris.
Opening Thursday, February 6 in the center, from 7 p.m.
COURTEPOINTE 2020: THE EXHIBITION
After a year of creations, it was time for the artist to take stock of his work.
A quilt is a blanket, most often in the form of a patchwork, which is spread over a bed. Given the diversity of this first assessment, it made sense for the artist to introduce this notion in his first Parisian exhibition, where it all started.
Through 15 artistic photographs on themes as varied as political domination or the quest for queerization of fantastic imagery, the artist returns to this beginning of the journey to say the least. A start to the journey which should enable him, from 2020, to explore other themes such as that of dreams.
A FEW WORDS ABOUT THE ARTIST
Victorien Biet is an artist and cultural columnist passionate about pop-culture, genre cinema and sulphurous literature. Student in Norwegian language within the license of Nordic Studies of the Sorbonne-Letters University, he founded POP AND BLOOD in 2019 (after 7 years of activity on YouTube), a relay of Twitter information on the theme of pop culture.