Visiting REINVENTION - Act.#1...
A resident of Princeton for seven years, artist Carole Jury will showcase her art from May 4 to 9th in Palmer Square. A portion of the proceeds will go to support “Share My Meals”, a non-profit fighting food insecurity and food waste in the Princeton area.
This exhibition will highlight different series explored through the years by the artist, a retrospective offering full immersion in Jury’s world. Nicole Bonifay, director of the Gallery des Artists in France, will act as the curator for the six-day event, where visitors will be able to rediscover pieces from past series “La Vie en rose” or “Dark Sea”, as well as experience for the first-time new ones such as “Time goes by…” or “Metal Song”.
“I am delighted that my art contributes to the work of “Share My Meals" says Carole Jury. Through this exhibition, Carole Jury wishes to support the dedication of the “Share My Meals” board members and volunteers who have devoted so much of their time over the last 14 months, distributing healthy meals daily to families and individuals most in need in the community. “We are very happy to be able to infuse Art into the “Share My Meals” initiative through this week-long joint exhibition with Carole Jury”, explains Isabelle Lambotte, founder of “Share My Meals”.
In addition to “REINVENTION – Act. #1” in Princeton, New Jersey, Act. #2 will be organized and take place in Lyon, France, Carole Jury’s city of birth, from June 24th to 26th, 2021.
Starting May 4th, please come visit 19 Hulfish Street to discover the artist’s universe and contribute to the mission of Share My Meals.
Public opening (free entrance)
Tuesday-Wednesday, Thursday | 10am-6pm
Friday, Saturday | 10am-8pm
Sunday | 10am-5pm