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  • Tom 7:26 am on September 3, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , , , , , drawing, , , French artist, French Cultural Festival, Georges Rousse, illusion, La Fête 2009, , , Photography, , , The River Promenade   

    Contemporary photography by Georges Rousse 

    photography Georges Rousse

    As part of the annual French cultural festival, La Fête 2009, a visionary French artist and photographer visited Thailand for his first exhibition in the kingdom. Having developed powerful work by blending painting, drawing, sculpture and architecture since the 1980s, he transforms deserted spaces before they are destroyed.

    Inspired by abandoned spaces, Georges Rousse has created his works of image to look like overlays of colour. Each photo is only viewable in its intended and precise focus. (More …)

  • Tom 7:14 am on August 28, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , biologist, , exhibitions, exploring, , , French Cultural Festival, , harmony, inhabitants, Laurent Ballesta, , photographer, Pierre Descamp, PLANET OCEAN, , , Voyage, water world, world beneath the waves   

    Planet Ocean exhibition in Bangkok carries important message 

    Planet Ocean exhibition in Bangkok carries important message

    2009 marks the 6th consecutive year for the annual French Cultural Festival ‘La Fête 2009’ in Bangkok. As part of the festival which runs until October, various exhibitions and shows are on offer. One of these, ‘Planet Ocean: Voyage to the Heart of the Marine Realm’ was launched on Friday to coincide with World Environment Day. It’s one of the festival’s highlights, in which the mysterious beauty of marine life is unveiled.

    Occupying over 75% of the earth, the undersea world’s natural richness is still very much a secret, despite scientists having confirmed the oceans as having been the source of all living creatures. (More …)

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