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Frogsider readers are invited to the vernissage of an exhibition of paintings by Chris, and photography by Jean Louis Saelens. Friday 23 October, from 18h30, Salle Mendes France, Hotel de Ville, Hesdin.
The exhibition will run from October 21 to 28. Open 15h00 to 19h00, (10h00 to 12h00 on Sunday)
The exhibition, Fragments de Vies, by the award winning artist Chris, runs from September 25 to October 16. (See days and hours of opening on the poster below)
Frogsider readers are invited to the Vernissage on September 30 at 17h30
An Exhibition of works by Phil Dub and Christian Vanwambeke. Le Paradoxe restaurant, 3 rue d’Havre, 59200 Tourcoing.
VERNISSAGE Friday September 11, from 18h30 to 20h00. Matt Metz will be performing on saxophone throughout the vernissage.
Some of us have to work on Saturdays. Unfortunately I’m one of them – and this Saturday, September 11 looks like being a busy one.
A pity, because if I could, I would like to go to Sainte Cécile, a little seaside place between Boulogne and Etaples, where I would stroll around watching other people at work. These workers, however, will be doing something far more creative and lasting than I shall on Saturday, because they are les “Peintres dans la Rue”, the artists who paint outdoors in the streets of the town, and at the end of the day hold an exhibition (and sale) of the day’s work.
If you’re interested you can find out more by phoning 03 21 84 72 18, or just turn up on the day, have a stroll and some lunch and watch people using hand, eye, imagination and talent as they create works of art.
On the other hand, I would stay well away from Etaples, where there will be a meeting of lots of poorly-endowed, silly, leather-clad males on motor bikes. Apparently the one with the smallest dick – you can tell by the amount of noise and burning rubber smoke he is able to make with his bike – wins the admiration of all the rest. You might think this a strange way to spend the day and an odd and perverse competition, but let’s be charitable to the afflicted and allow them to have their fun – preferably a long way away.