CharlElie’s drawing in honor of the famous retired French tennis player, Yannick Noah, was Roland Garros‘ special edition cover page. So far, Yannick Noah is the only French man who won the French Open 30 years ago, in 1983.
In exclusivity, here are 5 songs in English that will be on CharlElie’s next album.
Limited edition of the 2013 calendar named “New York“, all photos by CharlElie.
- Where: Hypermaches Carrefour in France
- 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.
Yesterday, October 11th, CharlElie went to see the famous French photographer Gérard Rancinan‘s exhibition in New York. In this photo, the two friends are posing in CharlElie’s gallery in front of one of his NY photo-graph.
This Sunday, September 9th, the wildlife documentary “Abyssinie, l’appel du loup” (“Abyssinie, The Call of the Wolf”) will be broadcast on French national television at 4:20 p.m., on France 2. In this documentary, wildlife photographer Vincent Munier and film maker Laurent Joffrion recorded the natural beauty of Ethiopia while focusing on the incredible life of its extreme condition living animals. CharlElie composed the entire soundtrack of this piece with his guitar player Karim Attoumane and producer Dombrance. The soundtrack can be purchased on i-Tunes.
Beautiful images with a great soundtrack that provides a unique ambiance.
Produced by Bonne Pioche. Shot with a Nikon D4.
- Here it is, the end of the Fort Reveur Tour. After more than 70 concerts, CharlElie is heading back to New York, taking a break from the stage. We hope that as many of you were able to enjoy this powerful show, and if not, see you at the next tour.
- Check out these awsome pictures by John Events : CharlElie’s last Fort Reveur concert in Perpignan, France.
For the next “Get CharlElie’s answer“, you get to be the interviewer !
Send us a question (in English or French) at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will select the best 3 to send to CharlElie !
Now, you can ask the question you had in mind for so long…
You have until Tuesday, April 5th to send your question, so everybody will get the answers for the next weekend !
Starting at 7 p.m., CharlElie will be signing his new book “Et Avant” (“And Before”) at the bookstore L’Ouvre Boite, 75010 Paris, France. Meet CharlElie, and get your signed copy !
“Et Avant” (And Before) is the name of CharlElie’s new book featuring French illustrator Serge Bloch. This book tells the story of a man who, from watching the constant flux of humans on the streets of the city, comes to reflect on his origins. Full of charm and poetry, this book will please children as much as adults.
- Here is in exclusivity the cover and three pages:
Make sure to watch this great 51 minute documentary on CharlElie “Les Statues de sa Liberté” (The Statues of his Liberty, 2011) diffused on French network France 3. A Véronique Buson et Sylvain Pierrel film co-produced by France Télévisions/Vosges Télévision/Images Plus/Supermouche Productions. This documentary includes exclusive interviews of his brother Tom Novembre, daughter Yamée, other close family friends and important characters in CharlElie’s life.
The documentary is currently being purchased by TV5 and will soon be diffused all over the world.
In a few minutes, CharlElie will go on stage for his last 2011 concert at “Carré Bellefeuille” in Boulogne Billancourt, south west of Paris.
Hope many of you enjoyed CharlElie’s concerts, and if not, see you in March 2012 for the first 2012 concert at “La Grange de Tremblaye”, in Bois d’Arcy (78).
On Wednesday November 30th, 2011, CharlElie will be at the Rizzoli Bookstore from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. signing copies of his newest book release New York Be CharlElie.
The Rizzoli is an elegant and well-stoked bookstore in New York and this will be the perfect opportunity to get your exclusive autographed copy of what CharlElie considers to be his most inspiring and authentic photo book of New York.
CharlElie’s “New York Be CharlElie” book signing.
Wednesday November 30th, 2011, from 5:30 – 7:30 P.M.
31 West 57th Street
(between 5th & 6th Avenues)
New York, NY 10019