- 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.
CharlElie’s photo-graphs are exhibited at the gallery “Nomade Monade“
at “Art O Clock” in Paris (La Defense), from September 20th to 22nd. Don’t miss it !
- 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.
- CharlElie’s new “Photo-graffs” are exhibited at the gallery Monade-Nomade in Lille, France, for the International Contemporary Art Fair. You can go visit it until April 15th.
Here are a few photos from yesterday’s night at the LCL bank exhibition of CharlElie’s work.
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 !
- CharlElie’s art exhibited at the head office of the LCL Bank in Paris, 2012
- Here is CharlElie’s new music video “les ours blancs” (“polar bears”). 2012
Did you know CharlElie has been nominated for the “Victoires de la Musique 2012” in the concert/tour of the year category? The “Victoires de la Musique” (“Music Victories“) are the French equivalent of the Grammy Awards and CharlElie has been nominated for his latest album and tour FORt rEVEUR (2011). Surprisingly, this is CharlElie’s first nomination for this award despite over 25 albums and 30 very successful years in the music industry.
It goes without saying that this nomination is even more impressive for the fact that FORt rEVEUR was release independently of any major record label.