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Exhibition: Des rives atlantiques

Cultural ,  Artistic performance ,  Modern/contemporary art in Rochefort
  • Julie Boileau, born in Rochefort, grew up in Port des Barques with her mother, Annie Boileau, a painter. She began her studies in La Rochelle and graduated from the ENS Louis Lumière in 2011.
    Since then, she has been an artist photographer, her personal work focuses on nature, the forest and its role in identity, which has taken her as far as the Amazon. In 2018, she even chose to settle in Guyana, where she now lives and founds the Guyana School of Art.

    She was first invited by...
    Julie Boileau, born in Rochefort, grew up in Port des Barques with her mother, Annie Boileau, a painter. She began her studies in La Rochelle and graduated from the ENS Louis Lumière in 2011.
    Since then, she has been an artist photographer, her personal work focuses on nature, the forest and its role in identity, which has taken her as far as the Amazon. In 2018, she even chose to settle in Guyana, where she now lives and founds the Guyana School of Art.

    She was first invited by Le.sas-culture during the COP21, following a cultural action at the National Assembly that was included in the exhibition "The Portrait, the Landscape and the Citizen" in La Rochelle, in 2015. The Des rives atlantiques project, which had its first stage in July 2021 (exhibition and meetings in Port des Barques), will conclude this summer, in August, with an exhibition at the Aurore gallery in Rochefort and various associated events.
  • Environment
    • In centre of town
    • Town location
  • Spoken languages
    • French
Services
  • Accessibility
    • Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs
    • Absence of steps
    • Site, building totally accessible
    • Reception staff sensitized to the reception of people with disabilities
Schedules
Schedules
  • From August 8, 2022 until August 18, 2022
    Opened Everyday