Jean Reno, famous French actor, visiting CharlElie in his NY gallery!
“Trees in Focus” is an itinerant photography exhibition organized by the Anne Fontaine Foundation in order to raise awareness and to support its reforestation efforts in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest.
35 world-renowned photographers, including CharlElies, have offered their support to the Foundation by donating a total of 40 artistic photographs inspired by trees. These artistic photographs will be shown to the public during the different venues of the exhibition, the first of which will be at Sotheby’s, in New York City, from March 30th to April 8th 2013.
All pictures will be auctioned to the benefit of the Anne Fontaine Foundation.
1/ What music album(s) did you listen to the most in 2012?
2/ What was the best movie you saw in 2012?
3/ What was your best trip in 2012?
I didn’t move that much this year, so my best trip has been to The Myhanian Falls in the deepest range of my imagination where you can live free, love and be loved, and also sing whatever you want on the nicest playgrounds… My best trips were my dreams.
4/ What was the best restaurant you went to in 2012?
Not the best but at least a good one: NYC/ZEN Palate (666 9th ave and 46 th st. )
5/ In all sports combined, who was the best athlete of 2012?
Tony Estanguet, kayak champ for the third time.
Pete Jacobs, Australian winner of the Iron Man / Hawaï
6/ What was the best exhibit you saw in 2012?
Foundation of Storm King. Big Scuptures. (1 Museum Road, New Windsor, NY 12553)
7/ What material did you use the most in 2012?
My computer, my paintbrushes.
8/ What color(s) did you use the most in 2012?
Black, white and orange fluo.
9/ What was your biggest accomplishment in 2012?
And, also, I went back to swimming every day for the last three months.
10/ What was your most interesting encounter in 2012?
I think I re-discovered the depth of the love I have for the one I’m living with for more than 20 years…
- October 4-7, 2012
Over 60 art galleries and a huge array of contemporary art. Living Art (stand A-11) will present four inner Portraits by CharlElie.