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In today’s environment it is paramount that we remain united while physically distancing. Together, the international cultural community can bring happiness and unity when we need it most. As an unprecedented health crisis strikes the whole of humanity, many of you have asked us if MuseumWeek 2020 will still take place. After much deliberation, we have decided to amend the focus of the hashtags to incorporate the reality of our global situation. We believe that now, more than ever, it is important for us to feel globally connected. To date, almost half of the world's population is confined and our thoughts go to those affected by this disease and their loved ones. We are thinking of everyone on the front lines working tirelessly in emergency and healthcare institutions to treat the ill, and to those providing other essential services. Together we know our societies can recover. We extend a message of gratitude and encouragement to all those out there fighting COVID-19. Earlier this year, we adopted “togetherness” as the encompassing theme for MuseumWeek 2020. Now, more than ever, it is that much more relevant. Coming together is fundamentally the only way that humanity can face the challenges of the 21st century. The prosperity of our planet, our people and our societies are all at stake. The health crisis linked to the coronavirus has reinforced our desire to promote this universal message, and to have MuseumWeek be a support for confined populations and for those who fight against this disease. We want to highlight the power of culture, art, and the institutions that support them and their unique ability to bring us together. They allow us to create a bond, to give meaning to our lives, and to carry out our strongest aspirations. They allow us to deepen our understanding of who we are and where we are going, and they are a foundation to our global society. Culture and art are what marks our humanity and we must cherish and celebrate them. Now, more than ever, MuseumWeek’s founding objectives are unifying and necessary: the delivery of culture and art to audiences worldwide, allows you — cultural institutions around the world — to extend your missions on digital platforms. For this reason, we have decided to maintain the dates of MuseumWeek and we invite you to offer original content based around the format "7 days, 7 themes, 7 hashtags" from May 11 to 17. We are pleased to announce the continued support of UNESCO for the 7th edition of MuseumWeek, the world's leading cultural event on social media. The General Conference of UNESCO adopted in 2015 issued a “Recommendation” aimed at the protection and promotion of museums and collections, emphasizing in particular their diversity and their role in society. For UNESCO, museums are essential and precious in the promotion of heritage, diversity and intercultural dialogue. We are delighted to be working with them again. We would also like to thank our partners Talkwalker and Buffer for their generous support. The MuseumWeek team joins me in wishing you all courage and hope during these challenging times. Benjamin BENITA, MuseumWeek Organizer, President of Culture For Causes Network Conceived with the help of Fabio PARIANTE, Nikole BELOPOLSKAYA, Claudio PORTO, Brittany HOLMES, Brian WOLF, Alexia GUGGEMOS, Marta PEINADOR and María Fernanda MARTINEZ FONTAINE, translated from French by Nikole BELOPOLSKAYA
@repaint.history Interview - posted on Instagram - September 2018
It was a very hard exercise for me but I would like to thank all the women who surround me and inspire me daily, @repaint.history...and galleries who support me✨💓 repaint.historyThe super talented and our #wcw this week is @carole.jury . Carole is an abstract painter and her signature resides in her broad textured strokes and her ability to capture shadows and her eyes for colour. Working in oils but also in acrylics, she likes to play with materials to express herself. She showcases her work in various galleries across the US including gallery of Music and Art in Las Vegas 🙌🏼 We love her work and bonus? she cares about the gap that exists in the art world (p.s. thank you for the cute shoutout Carole ♥️) . www.carolejury.com https://www.instagram.com/p/Bn63BEVn843/?hl=en&taken-by=repaint.history
Teaser - Day-2 I Art exhibition "La vie en rose" - Gallery des artistes
New Hope Exhibition: Carole Jury presented by Gallery des artistes May 4-31, 2018 - Opening Reception: Friday, May 4th From 6:30pm New Hope, PA – Gallery des Artistes is thrilled to welcome "La vie en rose" series exhibition by Carole Jury for one month. For this event, Gallery des artistes invites the visitors to meet the abstract art of this French artist and specially her series "La vie en rose" inspired by a view of Virginia and a famous French song. “I’m happy to welcome Carole Jury art work in my gallery this spring” says Nicole Bonifay, Founder of Gallery des artistes, who has selected Carole Jury. Carole Jury known for her powerful abstract paintings with broad textured strokes, her ability to capture shadows and lights and her eye for color will present recent works. About Carole Jury Born in Lyon (France), Carole Jury lives in Princeton, NJ. Carole is both a photographer and an abstract painter and she combines the two medium of expression in her process, starting from photography and then transposing it to painting, to create her series with poetic names such as Dark sea or La Vie en Rose. Working mainly in oils but also in acrylics, Carole Jury likes to play with materials to express herself: her paintings can be either made on canvas, wood or aluminum, incorporating leather or fabrics. Carole Jury is represented by Azart Gallery – NYC, Gallery of Art & Music – Las Vegas and is a resident artist of Bo Concept Princeton. carolejury.com - firstname.lastname@example.org FB I Instagram @carole.jury For more information: Nicole Bonifay - Gallery des artistes - FB I Instagram @gallery_des_artistes (917) 328 7978 - 20 West Bridge Street , New Hope PA18938 Gallery des artistes, represents emerging to established contemporary artists mainly from France with a focus on innovative and original work of artists influenced by abstract, figurative, illustration, pop culture and street art.