Véronique Champollion and Francis Puivif exhibition at the CIAC, Carros castle, Castle square, 06510 Carros (village), daily open (10am - 12.30pm, 2pm - 5pm until March 26, and 10am - 12.30am, 2pm - 5.30pm after March 26) except Mondays and holidays, phone : 04.93.29.37.97, admission free.
Véronique Champollion and Francis Puivif take the control of the Carros old castle for highlighting a colorfull exhibition. Véronique Champollion uses chewed papers for creating many small characters dealing with actuality or books part like she does with the famous Guillaume Apollinaire novel "Le bestiaire ou le cortège d'Orphée". The castle roof paintings and the topography of this place help her for making living characters or building connections with the contemporary world. Francis Puivif relocates his own studio inside the castle for showing to people how he makes art. He twists ordinary tools building a style dominated by emotion speaking about some topics (cities, sport, music, toys) far from the academism.