The Banana Hill Art Gallery will from July 31 play host to two artists from France.
Caroline Zagorski, a painter and Phillippe Timmerman, a photographer, have teamed up for a project they call The Passage.
Caroline, the artist also known as Koi, paints bodies along the theme: the passage: “the feeling of movement from where we come from to where we are going… giving and receiving energies from in and out and also about human and nature,” she explains in a soft spoken, enigmatic whisper.
Phillippe T presents a series of photography called “Totem, Plier Drapper” (plits plits) photography and some body print. His art works create a feeling of the elements around and inside us.
“Le plus profond c’est la peau” means “the deepest is the skin” as the poet Paul Valery said.
The exhibition runs from July 31 and is open Monday to Saturday 10 am – 6pm, Sundays 12 noon – 6 pm. Entry is free. The art gallery is 9 minutes drive from the Village Market.
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