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профессор, лауреат Государственной премии СССР, автор более 100 научных трудов в передовой области современной науки – нелинейной оптике. В 1990 г. «земную жизнь пройдя до половины», ученый оставляет науку и полностью посвящает себя живописи. Изменив профессию, он решил в буквальном смысле прожить еще одну жизнь – жизнь свободного художника.
Сегодня он состоявшийся художник, автор почти тысячи полотен. Профессиональным союзом художников России ему присвоен сертификат категории 3-В (известный профессиональный художник, востребованный художественным рынком)
Владимир Волосов работает в стиле, который он определяет как «лирический реализм»
Тонкий лиризм, удивительное чувство цвета и гармонии, сочетаются в его полотнах с интересными световыми находками и оригинальной авторской техникой, отличающейся фактурностью и экспрессивностью.
Работы Волосова экспонировались в более 30 российских и международных выставках, находятся в галереях и частных собраниях России, Европы и США, в том числе у бывшего мэра Петербурга Анатолия Собчака, который лично открывал его выставку в Смольном (1994 г.), президента Белоруссии Александра Лукашенко, в Центре искусств имени Дягилева (Петербург).
В 2006 г. вышел из печати альбом о творчестве Владимира Волосова (издательский дом «Ковчег», С-Петербург).
В 2010 г публикация в швейцарском издании «Who is who в России»
В 2013 г 4 работы в альбоме «International Contemporary Artist» New York

Призы и награды
2010 г – Специальный приз московского международного конкурса « Art Preview 2010»
2010 г – Золотая медаль на международной выставке «Сontemporary Impressionism» New York
2011 г – Золотая медаль на международной выставке «Life & Environment» New York

 

"Я рад познакомиться не только с Вашим творчеством, но и лично с Вами - человеком неординарной судьбы"
А.Собчак. Мэр Санкт-Петербурга

Редко, но встречаются люди, которым мало одной жизни. И они умудряются прожить их несколько в тот же отпущенный Богом срок.
Б. Мазо "Деловой Петербург" 28.01.97

«Желаю Владимиру Волосову оставаться самим собой – не слушая «мудрых» советов. Надобно мужество, чтобы начав судьбу художника в уже зрелые годы, оставаться верным себе».
М. Герман Профессор, доктор искусствоведения, академик Академии Гуманитарных наук, член Международной Ассоциации Художественных критиков (AICA), главный научный сотрудник Государственного Русского музея

 

Публикации в прессе об авторе

1. Имена. «Советский оптик», ноябрь 1989 г
2. Фантастика на грани техники. «Ленинградский университет», 26 апреля 1991 г
3. Персональная выставка живописи доктора наук Владимира Волосова. «Санкт-Петербургское эхо», 20 июля 1994 г
4. Его можно назвать счастливым. «Санкт-Петербургские ведомости», 10 авг 1994 г
5. Оптимистический реализм. «Петербургский текст», июнь 1995 г.
6. Вторая жизнь профессора Волосова. «Деловой Петербупг», 28 января 1997 г.
7. Лирический реализм Владимира Волосова. «Невское время», 28 ноября 1997 г.
8. От лазерной физики к лесным пейзажам. «Смена», 10 декабря 1997 г.
9. Алгебра и гармония. «Петровский курьер», 9 декабря 1997
10. «Земную жизнь пройдя до половины…». «Санкт-Петербургские ведомости» 3декабря 1997 г
11. Valo puhuttelee Vladimir Volosov. «Lappeenranta» 2000
12. Лирический реализм Владимира Волосова. «Петербургский акцент», №3, 2001 г
13. Надо, не скорбя благословить. «Вечерний Петербург», 18 сентября 2002 г.
14. Физики, лирики и «витамин радости». «Новости Петербурга», №33, 2004 г.
15. Две судьбы « Новая газета», №92 2004 г.
16. Физик в свободном полете. «Шанс», 20 октября 2006 г.
17. Вторая волна. «Новости Петербурга», №24, 2007 г.
18. Такая вот картина маслом. «Невское время» 26 декабря 2009 г
19. Энциклопедия Who is who в России 2010 г.

 

Персональные выставки

1989 – Дом Ученых, Ленинград
1991 – Выставка «Во сне и наяву», Университет, Ленинград
1991 – «Весенний Салон», ЛЕНЭКСПО, Ленинград
1991 – Благотворительный телемарафон «Возрождение», ЛЕНЭКСПО, Ленинград
1992 – Галерея «Гордон-30», Тель-Авив
1993 – Музей истории города, Волхов
1993 – Русская галерея, Хельсинки
1994 – IBM- корпорейшн, Ленинград
1994 – Серия передвижных выставок «Два мира - одна культура», Берлин
1995 – «Летний сад», Санкт-Петербург
1995 – Российско-немецкий культурный центр, Санкт-Петербург
1996 – Галерея «Karjalan Portti», Иматра, Финляндия
1996 – Галерея «Kunst Galerie», Бохум, Германия
1996 – Мэрия «Смольный», Санкт-Петербург
1997 – Галерея «Федор», Санкт-Петербург
1997 – Лавка Художников, Санкт-Петербург
1998 – Гранд Отель «Европа», Санкт-Петербург
1998 – Галерея «Арт Сервис», Москва
1999 – Галерея «Союзхудэкспорт». Москва
2000 – Галерея «МАI-ART», Лаппеенранта (Финляндия)
2001 – Галерея «Арт город», Санкт-Петербург
2002 – Галерея «Book World», Бостон (США)
2002 – Арт кафе «Кофе-Брейк», Санкт-Петербург
2003 – Международный Бизнес центр», Санкт-Петербург
2004 – Арт подвал «Бродячая собака», Санкт-Петербург
2004 – Галерея «Арт город», Санкт-Петербург
2005 – Музей-квартира И.И.Бродского, Санкт-Петербург
2008 – Дом Ученых, Санкт Петербург
2009 – Арт кафе «Кофе-Брейк», Санкт-Петербург
2012 – Newton Open Studio, Boston, USA
2013 - Art Center, Mancheter –on-the-See, USA

Коллективные выставки

1989 – Выставка Товарищества передвижных художественных выставок
«Человек и природа», культурный центр «Сфера», Санкт-Петербург
1991 – Выставка «Во сне и наяву», Университет, Ленинград
1991 – «Весенний Салон», ЛЕНЭКСПО, Ленинград
1993 – Галерея «WAAHNA PIETARI», Хельсинки
1994 – Серия выставок «Два мира - одна культура», Берлин
1998 – Галерея «Арт Сервис», Москва
1999 – Галерея «Союзхудэкспорт». Москва
2004, 2005 – «ARTINDEX, Искусство Петербурга»
2007 - "Выйдем за грани" (Locri, Italy)
Этнографический музей, Санкт-Петербург
2010, 2011 – New York Realism Fine Art (ASA Art Gallery) Broadway New York
(2 Gold Medals)

Агамян Карен Гургенович

Published in Армения Суббота, 12 мая 2018 15:19 0

Председатель Союза художников Армении
Заслуженный деятель искусств Республики Армения
Член Союза художников СССР с 1974 г.;

Союза дизайнеров СССР - с 1988 г.;

Международной ассоциации дизайнеров - с 1993 г.

Участник более 250 республиканских, всесоюзных, международных выставок, в том числе, в Ереване, Москве, Санкт-Петербурге, Ташкенте, Тбилиси, Баку, Минске, Лионе, Будапеште, Гаване, Бухаресте, Берлине, Афинах, Париже, Лос-Анджелесе, Коломбо, Бордо, Марселе, Пекине, с 1970 г.

Danendro Adi

Published in Индонезия Суббота, 12 мая 2018 15:15 0

PERSONAL DETAILS
Danendro Adi, S.Sn., M.A.
Position :Dean School of Design
Organisation :Bina Nusantara University (BINUS)
Office Address :Jl. K.H Syahdan No. 9, Palmerah, Jakarta, Indonesia

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
UniversitasTrisakti, Indonesia (1993-1998)
Visual Communication Design, Bachelor Degree

Coventry University, UK (1999 – 2000)
Design and Digital Media, Master Degree (Awarded with Merit)

RESEARCH ACTIVITY & PRESENTATION
 Editorial Infographic and its Effectiveness to Deliver Information in Weekly News Magazine (2013)
 Looking at the Visual Languageon the Illustration of Soeharto on the Cover of TEMPO Magazine (2014) 
 Illustrations on Infographic and Its Effectiveness for Delivering Information in a Visual Language (2015)
 Social Critic Illustrations and the Application of Visual Metaphor Language on Illustration Student Art Works as the Case Study (2015)
 Looking at the Visual Language to Deliver Information about Japan Automotive Industry on Indonesian Published Fictional Japanese Comics (2016)
 Interpretation from the illustrations of Soeharto on the cover of TEMPO, an independent Indonesian weekly news magazine (2017)
 Development of Japanese comic as an illustration and cultural ideology propaganda (2017)
 Looking at the Japanese Automotive Industry through Indonesian Published Manga (2017)

PROFESSONALEXPERIENCE&COMMUNITY WORK
TEMPO (2001-2010)
Interactive Media Designer, Illustrator

Bina Nusantara University (2012-Now)
Faculty Member, Dean

Faber Castell PencilWork Exhibition, Singapore (2012)
Participant, Invited Artist

Intercultural Academic International Forum Exhibition(2016)
Participant

United Nation Information Centre (UNIC Indonesia) Poster Competition (2017)
Member of Judges

Laura Milani

Published in Италия Суббота, 12 мая 2018 15:12 0

Laura Milani, Turin, after the scientific high school, studied architecture and design in Turin. She specialized in marketing communication and international marketing. She matured a significant part of professional experience in Carré Noir, an international agency specialized in corporate and brand image.

She taught “Advertising Communication” at IAAD and since 2000, only 28 years old, she became Director and CEO.
In 2003 she activated the department of “Industrial Design”, adding it to the 3 historical - Transportation, Interior and Graphic.

In 2005 she led IAAD, first in Italy, to the European accreditation of qualifications: licenses issued thus became recognized by EABHES - European Bachelor and Master of Science in design, with 4 possible specializations.

In 2007, thanks to a personal study “Democratic expansion of the companies”, she actived in Mexico City, the first international and education partnership with Rigoletti Casa de Diseño. The experience was in
practice the start-up for the international future of IAAD.

In 2008 she officially opened the dialogue with institutions, industry and artisanship associations and related industrial sectors for the activation of the first course of Italian degree on the theme “Design of sustainable mobility and means of transport”.

In 2009, through the collaboration with ISIA Florence, she reached the goal and officially announced the opening of the first Italian Bachelor in “Design of sustainable mobility and means of transport” (duration 3 years, 180 credits CFA), whose classes started in October 2010.

In 2013, after years of intense work and dialogue with the institutions, more than 100 national and international companies and major trade associations, she officially obtained the accreditation from the Ministry of Education of the courses as Italian Bachelor (180 CFA) with 5 possible specializations: Product design, Interior design, Textile and fashion design, Transportation design, Communication Design. The diplomas issued by IAAD are according to the AFAM-ISIA system and recognized as Italian law degree.

In 2012 she signed an important partnership with École de Condé, the first group of private universities in France with offices in Paris, Nice, Lyon, Nancy and Bordeaux. The courses in Italy and France add up and open to students of both realities: thus a broad coherent educational offer with the specificity of their respective territories, with cross-cutting workshops and the opportunity to continue their studies in different locations.

Since the academic year 2013-2014, thanks to an agreement with the City of Turin and Lavazza, the university moved to new premises in a new and requalified district, within the future Lavazza headquarters, with 3,000 square meters available for educational activities, exhibitions and conferences. The regeneration and restoration works have been designed by the architect Cino Zucchi with Picco Architetti. Always in the academic year 2013-2014, she activated the first edition of the Bachelor in “Textile and Fashion Design” (value 180 credits CFA). The course meets the demand of the international market of trained professionals to interface with the many facets of the fashion market.

In 2015, she activated the first edition of the Bachelor in “Digital communication design” (value 180 credits CFA) thus expanding the training offer IAAD to the professions of the future communication. In October 2015 Laura Milani represented the City of Turin in quality of delegate of the Mayor Piero Fassino to the Third General Assembly of GDCO – Global Design Cities Organization in Ankara - Turkey.

In 2016 she capitalized on the excellent relations existing with Giorgetto Giugiaro, who became President of IAAD Department of “Transportation Design”. In accordance with the territory and major institutions, the aim is to create an international cultural-educational center of excellence and on the car design themes of transportation and mobility.

In 2017, at the conclusion of a research project on the relationship between creativity and childhood, she founded La Scuola Possibile. A liberal-minded school that finally focuses the attention on each single child, on his needs, potentialities and aspirations. The school is not only a physical space of instruction, but instead it’s the time of the education which covers the whole approach to life. In the same year IAAD joins also the Association “Coordinamento Istituzioni Afam non Statali” and the Director Laura Milani is appointed the Vice-President of the Association.

In May 2017 she received the Curcio Prize for Creative Activity for her “contribution to the scientific development and application of Italian Design in the national and international context”. In June 2017 she was named President of “Museo Nazionale del Cinema di Torino”, considered one of the most important museums in the world for the richness of the heritage it conserves and for the multiplicity of its scientific and educational activities.

In October 2017 she became member of the Steering Committee of the Foundation for Architecture in Torino.

Carlos A.M. Duarte

Published in Португалия Суббота, 12 мая 2018 15:09 0

BIOGRAPHY OF CARLOS A. M. DUARTE
Carlos A. M. Duarte was born in Mozambique. Graduated as an industrial designer by
IADE – School of Design. He completed his Ph.D. on Production Engineering, in 2001, at
the University of Beira Interior and Agregado (German Habilitation) in
Electromechanical Engineering from the The University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto
Douro in 2012. He is (Full) Professor of IADE – Universidade Europeia and a member of
UNIDCOM/IADE – a Research Unit on Design and Communication. Today, he is Prorector
Universidade Europeia for International and Inter-Institutional Relations and
Director of Institutional Relations for Laureate Portugal.


Other appointments history:
• 2016 - 2017, Dean of IADE – Universidade Europeia;
• 2014 - 2016, Rector of IADE-U (Instituto de Arte, Design e Empresa –
Universitário);
• 2012 - 2015, Vice-President (Talent ID - Association for Research in Design,
Marketing and Communications);
• 2008 - 2014, President (IADE – Creative University);
• 2007 - 2012, Direction Board President (IADE – Marketing and Advertising
School);
• 2006 - 2012, Direction Board President (IADE - Design School);
• 1996 - 2004, Coordinator, Team Group of Design and Production Engineering,
Optoelectronics Department (INETI - National Institute of Industrial Engineering
and Technology).


His scientific areas of research and interest focus on long waves applied to the history
of design, as well as the development methodologies that involved relativistic amounts
of information and Design. He was Chair of the following international conferences:
“Senses & Sensibility” Lisbon, September 2003; “Pride and Pre-Design” CUMULUS
Lisbon, May 2005; “Design & CC: SOS! – Design and Commercial Communications: Seek
Optimal Synergies”, Lisbon, November 2007; “40 IADE 40 from 1969 to 2049”, Lisbon,
October 2009; and “Senses & Sensibility in Lisbon: Design, Marketing, Advertising,
Photography and Visual Culture in the right place”, is going to be held on October 2011.

Address:
Universidade Europeia
Estrada da Correia, nº 53
1500-210 Lisboa (Portugal)

Bruce Barber

Published in Канада Суббота, 12 мая 2018 14:48 0

Bruce Barber is an interdisciplinary media artist, cultural historian and curator whose research and writing explores the representation of art, artists and art history in film, television, cartoons and comics. At NSCAD University he teaches courses in media arts and film history. He holds a BFA (1973), and MFA in Sculpture and Art History from Auckland University (1975); an MFA (Intermedia), NSCAD (1978), and PhD (2005), Media and Communications, European Graduate School Leuk Stadt, Switzerland. His interdisciplinary artwork has been exhibited internationally at the Paris Biennale, Sydney Biennale, 49th Parallel Gallery, the New Museum of Contemporary Art, Walter Phillips Gallery, London Regional Gallery, Auckland City Art Gallery, Artspace, Sydney and Auckland and is represented in various public and private collections. Barber is the editor of Essays on Performance and Cultural Politicization and of Conceptual Art: the NSCAD Connection 1967-1973. He is co-editor, with Serge Guilbaut and John O'Brian of Voices of Fire: Art Rage, Power, and the State. Editor of Condé +Beveridge: Class Works (2008); also author of Performance [Performance] and Performers: Essays and Conversations (2 volumes) edited by Marc James Léger (2008), and Trans/Actions: Art, Film and Death (2008), Littoral Art & Communicative Action edited by Marc James Léger (2013. His critical essays have appeared internationally in numerous anthologies, art journals and magazines. Barber’s interdisciplinary art practice is documented in the publications Reading Rooms and Bruce Barber Work 1970-2008. He is best known for his performance work, neo-conceptual reading and writing rooms, Squat projects and his theoretical writing and theory on littoral art, cultural intervention and other relational art practices.

2015-2016

Universities Art Association Annual Meeting, NSCAD Halifax November 5-7 2015 
Chair: “Performance and Critical Pedagogy” Session 1 & 2 with six participants Johanna Householder (OCAD U, Clive Robertson (Queens U) Paulette Philips (OCAD U), Johanna Matuszak (Indiana U Bloomington), Anna Sprague NSCAD U) and Shalon Webber-Heffernan (Queens U) .

Paper presentation: “Performance and performativity in the work of Carole Conde and Karl Beveridge” in NSCAD Press…A Centre for Photographic Studies Chaired by Martha Langford, Concordia University

On Line lecture: “Last Tango in Paris: Art, Desire, Death” for the course Performing Desire; initiator Dr. Sigrid Hackenberg, Director of the Institute of Critical Philosophy) GCAS (Global centre for Advanced Studies), December 2015. On line lecture employs BBB (Big Blue Button software) for interactive engagement with students.

Cabaret Voltaire Atlantique Art Bar + Projects Weekly Dada 1916-2016 Coordinator, Dada Centenary Performances, Film and Lectures January 2016 – April 2016 
12 Events with performance, video and PowerPoint presentations Monday evenings: 6.30pm-8.00pm

Research Hangout (organised by Dr. Max Haiven) Lecture Bruce Barber “Recent Examples of Littoral Art.”


2013-2015

College Art Association Annual Meeting, Chicago February 2014
Panel: The Delinquent Curator: Has the Curator Failed Contemporary Art?
Co Chairs: Brad Buckley and John Conomos, University of Sydney. Paper Title: “Taking care of business: the art curator as ‘hedge fund manager’ to the art world’s Ponzi scheme.”

Project Anywhere Symposium Parsons School of Design NYC
Invitational Paper title: “a Philosophical Foundation for Projects Anywhere. December 2014

AUT Auckland University of Technology) Performance Symposium Action and Delay: A Symposium on Temporality in Performance and Media Art. December 2013 Keynote Paper Title: Relegated Action: “Performance Nominalism and Discontent”

NYC October 16-18 Presented a paper “Weak Force: Collaboration” and Chaired a panel “Art & Activism in the Public Sphere” at the School of Visual Arts conference on Collaboration in the Arts held at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City, October 16-18 2013.

Bruce Barber chaired the opening Panel “Art & Activism in the Public Sphere” for the Tracing the City: Interventions of Art in Public Space conference organized by Martha Radice, Sol Nagler and Kim Morgan. The panel included Max Haiven, Erika Walker, Carla Taunton, Marc James Léger and Karin Cope. October 10-12 2013

Guest Lecture: “The Halifax ‘Bomb Scare’ and the Critical Art Ensemble “Dalhousie University Schulich Law School lecture series. September 2013

Conferences 2013-2014

March 7-9 2014 Cineflux Symposium: The Parade of the Old/New 
Chair: Panel “Pop-Up and Situational Cinema” NSCAD University

February 12-15 2014 College Art Association Annual meeting Chicago Hilton Hotel: Paper Presentation “The Curator as Hedge Fund Manager to the Art World’s Ponzi Scheme” in The Delinquent Curator Chaired by Brad Buckley and John Conomos Sydney University

October 2013
October 10-12 Bruce Barber chaired the opening Panel “Art & Activism in the Public Sphere” for the Tracing the City: Interventions of Art in Public Space conference organized by Martha Radice, Sol Nagler and Kim Morgan. The panel included Max Haiven, Erika Walker, Carla Taunton, Marc James Léger and Karin Cope.

Barber, Bruce Littoral Art and Communicative Action edited by Marc James Leger Common Ground Press: Arts in Society Series Illinois 2013 was launched at the Tracing the City conference.

November 18th presented a performance titled Urban Tracer for the art program of the Tracing the City symposium

October 16-18 Presented a paper “Weak Force: Collaboration” and Chaired a panel “Art & Activism in the Public Sphere” at the School of Visual Arts conference on Collaboration in the Arts held at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City. 

Professional Work 
•November 14-16
 Bruce was invited to Helsinki to be one of two external examiners of Jay Koh, PhD candidate at the Finnish Academy of Art.

•November also acted as external examiner for Sussi Porsborg, PhD candidate at the University of Newcastle, Australia.


2012-2013

Bruce Barber Littoral Art and Communicative Action edited by Marc James Léger Common Ground Press Arts In Society Series Illinois (May 2013)

Essays and reviews:

Book review Bruce Barber " The Art World's Dark Matter" Review of Gregory Sholette.  Dark Matter: Art and Politics in the Age of Enterprise Culture. Pluto Press, 2011. 240 pp.in Critique: Reviews in Culture August 2012 3:2 http://www.reviewsinculture.com/?r=92

Bruce Barber "Appropriation/Expropriation: Convention or Intervention ?" in  PARACHUTE : The Anthology, ed. Chantal Pontbriand, Volume I : Museums and Theory, JRP/Ringier, Zurich, 2012. : http://www.jrp-ringier.com/pages/index.php?id_r=4&id_t=&id_p=18&id_b=2086

Essays in Catalogues:

Bruce Barber Review of “Tripping to Dana Point 1974” for catalogue accompanying Serge Guilbaut retrospective exhibition of his artwork at the Koerner Gallery of the University of British Columbia, March 21 – April 4, 2012.

Conference and other public presentations:

Co-Chair with John Powers CAA Los Angeles “The PhD for Artists sense or Non Sense” February 2012
-- Participant “Reinventing the Reel? What the cinematic turn in contemporary art owes to film and film history,” CinemArts: SCMS Film and Art History Scholarly Interest Group, Annual Meeting, Boston, March 24, 2012.
Paper UAAC Paper “The Visible/Invisible Avant Garde” Montreal November 2012
Paper  CAA “Performance Nominalism and its Discontents” (College Art Association) NYC , February 2013.

2011

“You Sir are a space too!” What Ad Reinhardt and Jacques Derrida have to Teach us Erasure” College Art Association NYC February 2011

2010    

Paper “Pygmalion’s Power Bucket of Blood (1959) and Peeping Tom (1960)  
1959/1960 “Breathless Days” Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver B.C.. 
“Emancipated Spectators and the Coming Community: Nancy, Agamben and Ranciere”
Art & Society Conference in Association with the Sydney Biennale July 23rd 2010
“A Critique of Critical Critique: Tendenzkunst and Creative Detention.” UAAC, Guelph University November 2010; Co-Chair with Dr. Marc Leger Neo Liberal Undead 
“Kiwi Canuck Conceptualism” Traffic: Conceptual Art Conference U of T Barnicke Gallery 
Sydney Biennale Australian Pavilion Institute of Contemporary Art Newton Sydney Australia Sydney “Alphabet Bomber” Installation one of three International Artists in 'Swallow it, dog!'  May 2010
1959/1960 “Breathless Days” Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver B.C. Paper: “Pygmalion’s Power Bucket of Blood (1959) and Peeping Tom (1960).  
Art & Society Conference in Association with the Sydney Biennale July 2010

2009  

Paper delivered at the Vision of War conference School of Visual Arts New York City October 
Annual Metropolis Conference “The Newcomer Artist Project” Mount Saint Vincent University Halifax, 2009
Visiting Artist Presentation: Brock University School of Fine Arts, Ontario 2009
“The Newcomer Artists project” Art & Society Conference Venice July/August 
“Trans/actions: Art, Film and Death” Summary European Graduate School Lecture August 

2008   
Bruce Barber Four lectures as Visiting Artist in Resident Manukau School of Visual Arts, MIT
NZ Lecture Tour: Otago School of Art & University of Otago, Dunedin NZ  
Visiting Artist lecturer; Elam School of Fine Arts University of Canterbury, Christchurch; New Zealand Film Archive and Adam Art Gallery Wellington;    N.Z., Fine Arts Department Program AUT Auckland Technical University 
School of Fine Arts at Newcastle University (two lectures)
Participant and presenter: Roundtable on PhD Education in the Fine Arts, Victoria College of Arts, Melbourne. September 2008 
Sydney College of Art (U of S) Panel discussion on PhD Supervision in the Visual Arts. 

Hanny Wijaya

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Fields of Interest
Art and Design Education, Exhibitions and Art Management, Museum and Galleries, Art Happenings, Art History,
Cultural Heritage, Collaboration Projects, Design and Photography
Education
• MA (Merit) in Museums, Galleries and Contemporary Culture - University of Westminster (2014-2015)
Dissertation Project: Interactive Book ~ 40 World Faith Objects
• BA (Hons) in Graphic Design - Bina Nusantara University (2001-2005)
Final Project: Visual Communication Design to Support the Promotion of “Ningali Jogja” Tourist Package


Work Experience
• Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta, Indonesia
o Head of Internationalization and Partnership Program – School of Design (04/2015–present)
Managing collaboration and international cooperation; Liaison for international association and projects
o Senior Lecturer – School of Design (01/2009–present)
Teaching and sharing knowledge to undergraduate students; specialized in Art History (Western and
Eastern), Art Fundamental and Design Modules
• Gengdan Institute of Beijing University of Technology, China – Visiting Professor (12/2017–present)
Teaching and sharing knowledge to international undergraduate students; especially for Professional Practice:
Design and Career Management Modules
• Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising, London – Education Volunteer (06/2014–09/2014)
Supporting Education Team for engaging young audience (students) and public with the collections
• English Heritage, London – Kenwood Family Learning Team Volunteer (05/2014–07/2014)
Supporting Learning Team for engaging young audience (early years, students and families) with the
heritage for various learning programme (Under 5s, Discovery Visit, Estate Quest, Family First, etc)
• Pop Inc., Jakarta, Indonesia - Creative Partner (2013–2014)
Set up and initiated business with 2 other partners; specialized in art and cultural design/events
Relevant Projects: Sign system designs for Peranakan Museum of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia (2013);
Installation Art for Cities and Their Thesis Exhibition, Singapore - Representing Indonesia (2014)
• Creativeseed, Jakarta, Indonesia – Founder, Designer and Photographer (2008–2013)
Managing and doing all phases of creative process from concept through delivery
Relevant Clients: PT. Iwan Tirta (Indonesian handmade traditional Batik textiles corporation);
F. Widayanto (Indonesian well-known ceramicist: art and cultural motifs); Gramata Publishing
• Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta, Indonesia
o Head of Laboratory - Visual Communication (09/2009–12/2013)
Managing all the facilities for School of Design
o Coordinator of Interior Design Laboratory (01–09/2009)
Supervising facilities for Interior Design Department
o Part-Time Lecturer (02/2006–09/2007)
Teaching and sharing knowledge to undergraduate students; specialized in Advertising, Art History
(Western and Eastern), Photography and Design Modules
• Toolbox Design, Pte Ltd., Singapore – Graphic Designer (01–05/2008)
Doing all phases of creative process from concept through delivery for graphic design
Clients: Electrolux S.E.A Pte Ltd.; Bengawan Solo Pte Ltd.
Training, Seminar, Conference, and Symposium
• International Seminar ‘From Zero to Hero: Creating High Value Product Through Design and Innovation of
Material’ – Indonesia International Furniture Expo (IFEX); as Participant (03/2018)
• ico-D ASEAN Regional Meeting – International Council of Design, JAGDA, and DesignSingapore at Kuala
Lumpur, Malaysia; as Indonesian Delegate (02/2018)
• Curators’ Talk and Panel Discussion ‘Past and Future of Design’ – Plaza Design National Seminar and
Exhibition, Indonesia; as Panelist (02/2018)
• International Public Lecture ‘Cultural Contexts in Art and Design’ – City University of Macau, Zhengzhou
University, and Xi’an Eurasia University, China; as Guest Speaker (12/2017)
• International Multidisciplinary Conferences on Productivity and Sustainability – UKRIDA, Chang Jung Christian
University, Taiwan Education Center Indonesia; as Presenter (12/2017)
• International Seminar ‘Innovation in Furniture, Interior and Urban Design’ by Amaury Poudray – ESAD Saint
Etienne, France and BINUS University, Indonesia; as Moderator (11/2017)
• International Conference ‘REDO Biannual Cumulus 2017’ – Design School Kolding, Denmark;
as Participant (06/2017)
• International Seminar ‘Designing for Creativity & Interaction’ by Prof. Andrew Brown – Griffith University,
Australia and BINUS University, Indonesia; as Moderator (05/2017)
• International Guest Lecture ‘Creative Journey to Win Awards’ by Markus Hillemann – Industrial Designer,
German and BINUS University, Indonesia; as Moderator (04/2017)
• International Guest Lecture ‘Portfolio Building’ by Mengyu Chen – Shantou University, China and BINUS
University, Indonesia; as Moderator (03/2017)
• International Seminar ‘Nostalgia, Tempo and Hedonism: Contemporary Western Trends in Context’ by
Warren Harrison – Teesside University, UK and BINUS University, Indonesia; as Moderator (03/2017)
• International Seminar ‘Brand Creation & Brand Innovation’ by Dr. Kan Tai-Keung – Hubei University of
Technology, Wuhan, China; as Participant (02/2017)
• International Public Lecture ‘Cultural Context in Art and Design’ – Hubei University of Technology, Wuhan,
China; as Guest Speaker (02/2017)
• International Seminar ‘Design Thinking’ by Nur Hidayah Abu Bakar – LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore
and BINUS University, Indonesia; as Moderator (12/2016)
• International Conference ‘Future Oriented Sustainable Design’ – Hubei University of Technology and Wuhan
Institute of Technology, China; as Distinguished Guest Speaker (11/2016)
• Cumulus Hong Kong 2016: International Conference ‘Open Design for E-very-thing’ – Hong Kong Design
Institute; as Participant (11/2016)
• Master Class and Public Lecture Series with Karim Rashid – LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore;
as Participant (08/2016)
• BUCA International Conference: Creative Industries in Asia – Bangkok University, Dong-Ah Institute of Media
and Arts, The University of Nottingham, SCRIPPS Ohio University; as Presenter (07/2016)
• International Seminar ‘How Indonesian Designer Can Enter and Be Successful in International Market’ by
Cristina DosioMorozzi – Instituto Marangoni Design School Milan and BINUS University Indonesia;
as Moderator (06/2016)
• International Public Lecture ‘Applying practical method to deliver theoretical context in art and design studies’
– First Media Design School, Singapore; as Guest Speaker (05/2016)
• International Seminar ‘Educational and Professional Perspective of Design in China’ by Prof. Xiao Yong – CAFA
Beijing and BINUS University Indonesia; as Moderator (05/2016)
• International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities – Maltesas and Universiti Malaysia Pahang;
as Presenter (04/2016)
• Adobe Education Leaders Seminar 2016; as Speaker/Panelist (04/2016)
• International Conference on Education – Maltesas and UniMAP Malaysia; as Presenter (04/2016)
• International Conference - Advance Research on Business, Management and Humanities 2016 – Malaysia
Technical Scientist Congress and Universiti Teknologi Malaysia; as Presenter (03/2016)
• International Symposium on Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities 2015 – Maltesas, Shanghai Jiao Tong
University, and Newcastle University; as Presenter and Chair Sessions (09/2015)
• Disability Awareness Training – English Heritage collaboration with Shape Arts; as Participant (06/2014)
• Basic Conservation Training – English Heritage for Kenwood; as Participant (06/2014)
• Annual Conference of Adobe Asia Pacific Education Leadership Forum; as Delegate (2012–2013)
• Art History Online Course – Museum of Modern Art, USA; as Participant (Winter/Spring 2012)
• Leadership Development Program – AIS Training and Consulting; as Participant (11/2012)
• Scientific Articles Writing Workshop & Training for Lecturers – Indonesian Directorate General of Higher
Education (DIKTI); as Participant (10/2009)
Relevant Project and Workshop
• Invited Artist and Conductor for International Workshop & Exhibition of Contemporary Art: THROUGH –
Gengdan Institute of Beijing University of Technology: Beijing, China (12/2017)
• Museum Expert and Curator for Museum Care Association in collaboration with Geological Museum and
Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) – Supervised by Bandung Creative Cities Network (UNESCO) and
Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (07/2017 – present)
• Board Member of Curators for Intercultural Academic International Forum Exhibition 2017: The World of
Innocence – One Space Gallery: Wuhan, China (02–07/2017)
• Invited Artist and Conductor for International Workshop & Exhibition of Contemporary Art: World Landmarks
in Chinese Perspective – Hubei University of Technology: Wuhan, China (02/2017)
• Spokesperson for International Workshop & Exhibition: Useless/Usefull/Things – LASALLE College of the Arts
Singapore and BINUS University Indonesia: Jakarta, Indonesia (12/2016)
• Invited Researcher for Cluster Projects: Design Futures – LASALLE College of the Arts: Singapore (08/2016)
• Spokesperson and Co-Conductor for International Workshop & Exhibition: Interpretation and Symbolisation
of Man and Woman – CAFA Beijing, Gengdan Institute China and BINUS University Indonesia: Jakarta,
Indonesia (05/2016)
• Artist and Instructor for Design for Water and Sustainable Asia 2015: Shenzhen, China (11/2015)
• Designer Team for Jalur Rempah Exhibition at National Museum: Jakarta, Indonesia (10/2015)
• Artist for International Exhibition for Contemporary Art: Cities and Their Thesis: Singapore (02/2014)
• Designer for Museum Peranakan Indonesia: Jakarta, Indonesia (10/2013)
• Project Leader and Spokesperson for Neighbour Programme 2013 - Southeast Asia: Jakarta, Indonesia
Art and Cultural activities for S.E.A. Educational Institutions; Theme: Textiles (06/2013)
• Spokesperson and Instructor for Neighbour Project 2011/2012 - Southeast Asia: Bangkok, Thailand &
Singapore Art and Cultural activities for S.E.A. Educational Institutions; Theme: Food Culture (2011/2012)
• Photographer and Designer for an architecture book with the title: ‘Concealed Secrets in The Museum
Buildings of Ubud Bali’ (2010)
Skills
• Language: Indonesian Bahasa (Native), English (Proficient), Japanese (Fair)
• Technical: Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suites
• Professional: Collaborative, communicative, methodical, adaptive, practical, multitasking, team-oriented
Achievement
• Design for Asia Award 2015 – HKDC (Hong Kong Design Center) – Silver Award Winner (in collaboration with
Halfnot Indesign) for Neighbour Program Southeast Asia (2015)
• 2nd Winner of Book Cover Design Competition – IKAPI (Association of Indonesian Publishers), 3rd Academic
Book Fair for Higher Education (2010)
• Achievement from The Ministry of Education (Foundation and Intermediate Education Management),
Indonesia for a participation in Indonesia Kids Fair Event as a designer (2010)
Publication
• ‘Understanding the Cultural and Religious Insights of Indonesia through “Drupadi Pandawa Diva” the
Masterpieces of F. Widayanto’, Advanced Science Letters, American Scientific Publishers;
ISSN: 1936-6612; EISSN: 1936-7317 (2017)
• ‘Modernism in Sang Pencerah Film Directed by Hanung Bramantyo’, Advanced Science Letters,
American Scientific Publishers; ISSN: 1936-6612; EISSN: 1936-7317 (2017)
• ‘Practice-Led Project as a Creative Method to Enhance Theoretical Knowledge in Art and Design Education’,
Advanced Science Letters, American Scientific Publishers; ISSN: 1936-6612; EISSN: 1936-7317 (2017)
• ‘The Importance of Copies as the Reminiscence of Lost Collections at Kenwood House’, Advanced Science
Letters, American Scientific Publishers; ISSN: 1936-6612; EISSN: 1936-7317 (2017)
• ‘Unique Features of Indonesian Wayang in Book Ornament Prototype Through Visual Communication
Design Perspective’, Advanced Science Letters, American Scientific Publishers; ISSN: 1936-6612;
EISSN: 1936-7317 (2017)
• ‘Understanding Chinese Culture and Tradition Through Observation in Chinese Restaurant as a Study Case
of Informal Education’, Advanced Science Letters, American Scientific Publishers; ISSN: 1936-6612;
EISSN: 1936-7317 (2017)
• ‘Exploring Patterns Through Mosaic Workshop as a Learning Method in Building Material Subject’,
Advanced Science Letters, American Scientific Publishers; ISSN: 1936-6612; EISSN: 1936-7317 (2017)
• ‘The Educational Value of Sang Pencerah Film by Hanung Bramantyo: Aesthetic Research of Chiaroscuro’,
Advanced Science Letters, American Scientific Publishers; ISSN: 1936-6612; EISSN: 1936-7317 (2017)
• ‘Salt as Subject of Exploration to Develop New Perspective of Contemporary Art’, Advanced Science Letters,
American Scientific Publishers; ISSN: 1936-6612; EISSN: 1936-7317 (2017)
• ‘Humanism in the Names of Characters in Sawung Kampret Film by Dwi Koendoro’, Advanced Science Letters,
American Scientific Publishers; ISSN: 1936-6612; EISSN: 1936-7317 (2017)
• ‘Chiaroscuro in Visual Narrative of Sang Pencerah Film by Hanung Bramantyo’, Advanced Science Letters,
American Scientific Publishers; ISSN: 1936-6612; EISSN: 1936-7317 (2017)
• Interpreting Cultural Values of Learning Space Design Based on Traditional Education System in Indonesia’,
Advanced Science Letters, American Scientific Publishers; ISSN: 1936-6612; EISSN: 1936-7317 (2016)
• ‘Reflectivity of Contemporary Life in Sang Pencerah Film by Hanung Bramantyo’, Advanced Science Letters,
American Scientific Publishers; ISSN: 1936-6612; EISSN: 1936-7317 (2016)
• ‘The Significance of Religious Objects in Museums as a Cultural Reflection’, Advanced Science Letters,
American Scientific Publishers; ISSN: 1936-6612; EISSN: 1936-7317 (2016)
• ‘Aesthetic Sensibility of Nirmana Dwimatra Through Design Methods Based on Stimuli of Senses
(Study Case of Estetika Rasa and Aroma Project)’, Advanced Science Letters, American Scientific Publishers;
ISSN: 1936-6612; EISSN: 1936-7317 (2016)
• ‘The Significance of Narrative to Interpret “Sherlock Holmes” Character in Museums’, Panggung Journal, ISBI
Bandung Journal Publication; ISSN: 0854-3429 (2015)
• ‘Western Art Review’ Book Publication, PT. Jayakarta Agung Offset, Indonesia; ISBN: 978-979-9001-30-6 (2015)
• ‘Neighbour Programme: The Mixture of Southeast Asian Visual Culture,’ Humaniora Journal Publication,
Bina Nusantara University (2014)
• ‘Wassily Kandinsky: Modern Art and Theory,’ Humaniora Journal Publication, Bina Nusantara University (2013)
• ‘Nekara (Dong Son Drum): The Unique Heritage from Bronze Age,’ Humaniora Journal Publication,
Bina Nusantara University (2013)
• ‘Pyramids: The World Heritage from West to East Continent (Part 1 & 2),’ Humaniora Journal
Publication, Bina Nusantara University (2011)
• ‘Point as the Fundamental of Art Creation,’ Humaniora Journal, Bina Nusantara University (2010)
• ‘Indonesian Countenance Decorated by Local Culture,’ Aksen Journal, Bina Nusantara University (2007)

Short Bio
Hanny Wijaya is a Senior Lecturer and the Head of Internationalization and
Partnership at School of Design, BINUS University, Indonesia. She actively involves
in many art and design projects as both academician and professional. Holding an MA
in Museums, Galleries and Contemporary Culture from the University of
Westminster, she works on many projects that intertwined with contemporary art,
design, and culture. Hanny has published books and articles, including ‘Western Art
Review’, ‘The Significance of Religious Objects in Museums as a Cultural
Reflection’, and ‘Practice-Led Project as a Creative Method to Enhance Theoretical
Knowledge in Art and Design Education’. Some of her latest projects include
Interdisciplinary Workshop and Exhibition: THROUGH (Beijing, China), World
Landmarks in Chinese Perspective (Wuhan, China), Interpretation of Man and
Woman (Collaborative Project, Indonesia and China), Design for Water and
Sustainable Asia (Asian Collaborative Project, Shenzhen, China), and Neighbour
Programme (Collaborative Project, Southeast Asia). Hanny had been curating some
exhibition both in national and international level, such as IAIF ‘World of Innocence’
International Exhibition (Wuhan, China) and Plaza Design ‘Prologue’ Exhibition
(Jakarta, Indonesia). She also involved in some art and design projects independently,
such as International Contemporary Art Exhibition: Cities and Their Thesis
(Singapore), Design for Museum Peranakan Indonesia (Indonesia), and some other
site-specific works.

Angelina Vaccarella Abiuso

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Directora de Área Escuelas Diseño y Comunicación

Directora Escuela de Diseño
Designer of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. Art and Architecture Councelor for the “Agencia Acreditadora de Chile”

Antonietta Tordino

Published in Бразилия Суббота, 12 мая 2018 14:30 0

Presidente do Comitê Nacional Brasileiro da Associação Internacional de Artes Plásticas (AIAP),

Associada à Unesco, participa na República Tcheca como fiscal da região da América Latina e Caribe,

como representante do Brasil, na XVIII Assembleia Geral da entidade e no Congresso Mundial sobre a condição dos artistas plásticos, eventos que ocorrem na cidade de Pilsen entre 15 e 18/10/16.

Myriam Feuilloley

Published in Франция Суббота, 12 мая 2018 14:24 0

Born in 1960 in France. 
Lives and works in Yport, Normandie, France 

In the artworks of Feuilloley the subject is the human being, yet is the way in which the artist rejects the conventional canons of representation that amaze us. An often lengthen or more compact anatomy and bodies completely bare with a look beautifully expressive, are the features of Feuilloley's work. A work which is far from the naturalism of classic portrait, despite the representation of the human figure. The artist's eye is unable to remain on the surface, cannot avoid of going deeper and fathom the interiority of her subjects and eventually she bares them, not just exteriorly. Here they appear, caricatures of the movements of the soul, perfectly reported on canvas. The watchword is fantasy, and it is thanks to it that Feuilloley manages to reach the magical dimension of being in order to let the mechanisms of the subconscious and the symbolic dominating her expressive language. Through her works the world appears sublimate by its deceptive appearances and hers denuded characters finally look for what they are inside, thanks to the metamorphosis that we admire on her canvases. In his works you can always notice a series of levels and this is the challenge that throws the artist to the viewer: for a better understanding, the spectator has to be ready to challenge himself, in the one hand as observer and in the second as subject. Thus the act of painting becomes for Feuilloley above all an interior need to communicate her vision of the world, a need which leads to a continuous revision and deepening of her own style. 
Elisa Larese 

SOLO SHOWS


2018 : Museum of Fine Arts, Hô Chi Minh Ville, Vietnam 
           Espace Jef Friboulet, Yport France 
2017 : Gallery La Glacière, Le Havre France 
           Women in Art, Palazzo Reale, Genoa, Italy 
2016 : Base'Art, Fréjus France 
           La Linerie festival, Crosville sur Scie France 
2015 : Villa Carlotta Museum, Tremezzina, Como, Italy 
           Illustrations for the Fables of La Fontaine, library of Mouscron, Belgium 
2014 : Abbaye du Valasse, Gruchet le Valasse, France 
2012 : Galerie du PARC , Notre Dame de Gravenchon , France 
           Illustrations for the fables of La Fontaine, Fonds Ancien, Fécamp , France 
2011 : Illustrations for the fables of La Fontaine, Library of Honfleur, France 
2010 : Abbaye de Montivilliers , France 
2009 : Espace Jef Friboulet, Yport, France 
          Espace Tristan Bernard, Paris, France 
2008 : Gallery L'USINE, Le Havre, France 
2007 : Gallery Chercheur d'Art, Metz, France 
2006 : FEUILLOLEY – DUBUC", show in duo at Centre culturel, Sainte Helene Bondeville, France 
2004 : Gallery Grand'Voile, Fecamp, France 
2003 : 11st EXPO-FESTIVAL D'ART PLASTIQUE COUR SAINT PIERRE, Paris, France 
2000 : Gallery Michel Magnan, Fecamp, France 
1999 : 9st EXPO-FESTIVAL D'ARTS PLASTIQUES COUR SAINT PIERRE, Paris France 
1998 : Maison des Art in Conches, France 
          Gallery Grand'Voile, in Fecamp France 
1997: FEUILLOLEY, 10 ANS DE PEINTURE, retrospective at The Musee du Prieure, in Harfleur, France 
1995: Gallery Grand'Voile, in Fecamp, France 
1993: Gallery Grand'Voile, in Fecamp, France 
1991: Musee des Terre Neuvas, in Fecamp, France

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS


2018 : Art en Capital, Comparaisons, Paris, France 
          Biennale de Conches, Maison des Arts, Conches, France 
2016 : World Art Day, United Nations Office of Geneva , Switzerland  
2015 : Galerie Métanoïa, Paris , France 
          Art en Capital, Comparaisons, Paris, France 
          Château du Val-aux-Grès, Bolbec , France 
          Artifact Gallery, New York, USA 
          Les Hivernales , Casino de Bonsecours, France 
          Artifact Gallery, New York, USA 
2014 : Art en Capital, Comparaisons, Paris, France 
          Artifact Gallery, New York, USA 
          Figuration Critique, Paris, France 
          Salon International du Portrait, Château de Beauregard, France 
          Art imaginaire, Usine à Zabu, Saint Germain des Angles, France 
2013 : Art en Capital, Comparaisons, Paris, France 
         Figuration Critique, Paris, France 
         Biennale de Sarria, Spain 
2012 : Art en Capital, Comparaisons, Paris, France 
         Figuration Critique, Paris, France

Myriam Feuilloley AWARDS


2002 : Prix de la ville, Salon de la pointe de Caux, Gonfreville l’Orcher 
1992 : Grand prix du salon de la peinture de Marine, Fécamp, Terre-Neuvas museum 
1991 : Prix spécial du Jury, salon de la peinture de Marine, Fécamp, Terre-Neuvas museum 
1987 : Prix jeune artiste of the city of Fécamp.

PUBLICATIONS


LA FONTAINE, 20 fables illustrées par FEUILLOLEY – Editions Belize, 2011 
FEUILLOLEY, 20 ANS DE PEINTURE - Ananda Editions, 2006 
NUDE ART TODAY, tomes 1,2 et 3 – Editions Patou, 2008, 2010, 2013

STUDIES


Graduated from L’ECOLE NATIONALE SUPERIEURE DES ARTS DECORATIFS de PARIS, 1982 
Attended ECOLE DES BEAUX ART de ROUEN (1974-1978)












































LIBERTÉ-DIMANCHE LE HAVRE, 11-04-2010

« La grande récurrence dans le travail de Myriam Feuilloley, c’est l’humour. « En effet, j’aime bien que mes tableaux fassent rire. Les paradoxes qui touchent le fond des choses peuvent s’exprimer par le rire. C’est un bon moyen de communication. » 





LE PROGRES, 24-03-2006

« Je ne comprends pas toujours ce que Myriam veut dire, mais ça me plaît : ce sont des œuvres pleines d’humour et de mystère et je me demande parfois où elle va chercher tout ça. En plus, il y a une technique de la peinture incroyable ! » 
(Maurice Dubuc, peintre) 

LE COURRIER CAUCHOIS, 25-03-2006

« La vraie beauté ne serait-elle pas celle de l’âme, avec ses peurs, ses angoisses et ses joies ? Les artistes comme Myriam et Maurice ne sont avant tout que de grands observateurs et ne captent que l’essentiel. » 















MAISONS NORMANDES, 01/2001

« Myriam Feuilloley, c’est une rencontre avec l’improbable, un passage magique de l’autre côté du miroir. » 








LE HAVRE LIBRE, 22-01-1997

« Les corps nus, débarrassés presque complètement de tous les artifices, expriment sans vulgarité le moment vécu par les êtres qui les habitent. Les très belles scènes d’amour, en particulier, inspirent et sont inspirées par la tendresse et l’humour. » 
(François Guégan, maire d’Harfleur) 












LIBERTE-DIMANCHE LE HAVRE, 18-01-1997

« Myriam Feuilloley joue avec les formes de notre anatomie pour exposer nos pensées, nos actes, nos habitudes… Le résultat est « tordant » et plein d’esprit. » 












LE COURRIER CAUCHOIS, 15-04-1995 :

« Un petit tour de piste sur l’univers humain qui séduira, interpellera. » 

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