Charlotte Vitaioli exhibition at the Station (109), 89 Turin street, 06300 Nice, open from Wednesdays to Saturdays (2pm - 7pm), phone : 04.93.56.99.57, admission free.
Charlotte Vitaioli gives a huge importance to craft during exhibitions. Finding her way of thinking inside the english movement "Arts and Crafts" (1860) she has studied the weaving art in Asia and also links that existed between culture and landscape in Aborigene living. Charlotte Vitaioli estimates that craft is something different from industry because it belongs to Fine Arts world. The exhibition "The Tribalesque Ballet" tributes a ballet writer names Oskar Schlemmer who has composed a ballet without any ending. Several pictures on the exhibition wall show us an artistic performance leaded by Charlotte Vitaioli who highlights gestures, rituals and objects for dealing with emotions. The wardrobe artist is also underlining in the exhibition room arousing the people to go in the Charlotte Vitaioli universe.