Thursday, April 15, 2010
A Susan Adda ArtWorks Production
An exhibition from The CleanArt Planet Project to celebrate Earth Day 40 will be shown at the Hotel Westin, 3 rue Castiglione, Paris France, From April 14th to May 10 2010.
A cocktail reception (By invitation only) to launch the exhibition is planned for April 14th, with:
- Live music by "Jeronimo" who creates "sonographics" with recycled materials to recreate musical sounds influenced by nature and the sea
-Speakers from our list of partners - Nicolas Hulot Foundation, WWF,
during the cocktail.
- An "Arty" newspaper (made of recycled paper)- images, news, CleanArt artists etc, will be distributed to participants
The CleanArt Planet Project was founded by three French artists, a designer,a photographer and a film director: Gilles Cenazandotti, Thierry Ledé, and Charles-Antoine Sansonetti. They work on raising public awareness about the importance of cleaning up the ocean and the seas.
The subject of their photography, collages, and sculpture, is the debris they collect on the sea shore with groups of children. Each piece is unique and endowed with a powerful past.
From man to sea, weathering the storms and the tides, transformed and sent then back again as a reminder of the importance of rebuilding our future.
These objects are the traces of our civilization and the pollution of the sea. They return to the source and force us to question ourselves and our abuse of mother nature. Exhibited as the subject of CleanArt Planet's art work these discards of man project a meaningful statement of existence to each of us.
Previously this group of artists has provided exhibitions and projects for
- The Marine Museum, Paris France
-Gallery 13, Paris
-WWF- HQ Paris
-Television: "Earth Report" for France 5
- Corporate HQ Club Med, Paris
-Fondation Nicolas Hulot and Surfrider
-Workshop created for children at the Club Med in Athenia in Greece
-"Art for a Better World" Off of ArtBasel Miami scheduled for 2010
-The Hotel Westin Paris
and more to come....
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