Exhibit 2016 Théâtre in French in Houston

An Imaginary Line

The horizon is an imaginary line that we see in the distance, where land and sky seem to become one. It is a figment of imagination …where is the frontier between fiction and reality?
An Imaginary Line is also the title of the exhibition that will start the 2016 season of Et Voilà Théâtre.  It features the work of francophone artists, two photographers and one painter, who have been living in Houston for less than five years.

Art is the elegant expression of the soul where the artists reveal their nebulous transparency.
Elisabeth channels her sensitivity through her paintbrushes to reveal subtle emotions.  
Mickaël takes us on his travels and unveils his fondness for particular characters or places.
Through Laurent’s objective, lights morph into arches

Artists: Elisabeth Caucheteux, Laurent Butré and Mickaël Szymanski
Curator: Marie-Hélène Chatelain

Opening: February 26, 2016 from 6.30PM to 10:00PM
On view until March 13, 2016

Venue : Talento Bilingüe de Houston, 333 S Jensen, Houston, TX 77003

Gallery hours : Monday-Saturday, 10AM-7PM

Questions : info@etvoilatheatre.org

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