Exhibition from the 13th of may to the 21rst of may at the MJC Picaud / Studio 13, 23 avenue du docteur Picaud, 06400 Cannes, open all the days from 9am to 10pm., entrance free.
During the Cannes Film Festival the MJC Picaud organizes ans exhibition around the movies. Richard Roux, Louis Dollé, Mel Ange and Alexandra Allard use titles of movies, actors, actresses and objects connected to movies for making their inspiration being free. Influenced by the Warhol's art work but without having the aim to copy him Richard Roux realizes some portraits. His non figurative approach gives the lines and the complexity of a face or a person just with using colors. The black color underlines the lines and the expressions of the faces. The yellow and the red are there as supporting colors.
The artist Mel Ange inspires herself with the kitsch horror movies of the 1970's and the pre-colombian culture far painting churches. The visitor can appreciate towards his painting the aim of this artist. She wants to establish an harmony between the positive and the negative points of the landscape she paints.
Louis Dollé privileges the contemplation who stimulates his artistical reflection. Following the way of Giacometti, Ousmane Saw and Ben Vautier he inspires himself with the myths connected to the origins of the human being.
Alexandra Allard inspires herself with the birds and how the screenplays and the motion film industry represent the birds. We can see pictures from the famous movie "The birds" (1963) shooted by Hitchcock. The way she show us the birds make us think about,the way the picture have been represented before the invention of the movie. All the pictures seem to be cuted.