I've heard it said that during one of his stays in the Marquesas Islands, Paul *Gauguin had the idea of painting directly on the shell of a young live turtle, lost on a beach. I like to think that, thanks to the longevity enjoyed by this species, a work of art by the painter, while escaping the greed of speculators, is still, to this day, ploughing the large funds in his small travelling museum.
What an anecdote to illustrate our desire to offer the public a unique vision of art, particularly painting!
We do not intend to do so in the waves of Polynesia, but in the flow of urban traffic, in the middle of a public square, where we have installed our large easel. Our music is played live, just like the voice of the actress reciting and the painters themselves.
Director: Luc Amoros
Interpreters: Léa Noygues, Lou Amoros-Augustin, Brigitte Gonzalez, Suzanne Berelowitch, Thomas Rebischung, Sylvie Eder, Emmanuel Perez and Ignacio Plaza Ponce