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.
July 1986, CharlElie is recording with Ray Lema at Studio Chateau de Longueville, in the south of Paris.
After his 2001 concert at the Olympia, CharlElie in the backstage with his brother Tom and the famous actor Benoit Poelvoorde.
CharlElie working hard on one of the hundred sculptures for the “Manhattan Project” (2012)
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In 1992, CharlElie met with Jack Lang, Jean Marc Ayrault and Vincent Nogue to promote the association “Les Rockeurs ont du coeur” (“Rockers have hearts”), which organizes concerts to collect toys for underprivileged children.
Photo from Getty images.
Did you know CharlElie is a motorcycle enthusiast? Even though he used to ride a little Vespa to Art School everyday when he was younger, CharlElie really fell in love with bikes during his first trip to Australia in the early 90’s. As soon as he went back to France, he got his motorcycle license and bought a black Yamaha 600 XT.
From CharlElie’s adventures with this motorcycle, came the song « Le Biker » on the album Melbourne Aussie (1990). Unfortunately, the bike was stolen in Paris a few years later. Still today, he chooses a two wheel as his main choice of transportation, either on a bicycle in New York, or on a motorcycle in Paris.
- 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.
CharlElie and his brother Tom Novembre interpreting the song “les cactus” in 1998.