Estival Feast Festival | An exhibition by Rose Vidal & Timothée Lambert

June. Summer solstice.

Nature is blooming around us while art and culture centers, movie theatres and street cafés open up like summer flowers.
It’s time for the great reopening of the many spaces of shared joys we had to give up for a while. Now it is sunny.
As a clin d’oeil to the traditional celebrations of solstice, marking the end of harsh winter times and restrictions, two artists in residence at the FEU are pleased to invite you to share their hopes, joys and impressions of summer in this joint exhibition of their work

Birthdayboy summer 2021 – Timothée Lambert

Timothée Lambert was born at the end of April. As he sadly missed his 2021 birthday party, for everything was closed and his friends all confined, he is now very pleased to convy you to his happy delated birthday party, where he shares the A4 works of 25 of his friends, for his 24th birthday.

Summerratherrr – Rose Vidal

Rose Vidal was born on summer solstice night. It’s her birthday-ish as well as the beginning of her favorite season of the year.
Quite an appropriate time to share her works on the very much needed and important matters of sweetness through an exhibition of her project:
“Je préfère l’été à l’éternité” –rather summer than forever

About the Artists

Born in 1997, Timothée Lambert began his artistic studies in the preparatory class of ENSBA Lyon, before starting at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs. After photography and stage design, he went back to his childhood obsession: drawings, stories, and lettering. His current works are taken and composed from diaries, impulsive ideas, in order to become comfortable with them and to crate intimacy with the reader.

Rose Vidal, born in Paris, is a French artist as well as an art critic. She is a student at l’Ecole des arts décoratifs in Paris, and contributes to AOC media’s publication on contemporary art, literature, and
cinema. Currently in artistic residence at the Fondation des Etats-Unis, she lives and works in Paris.

Practical Information

COVID: Mask required, please use the hand sanitizer made available at the entrance. Access to the gallery will be limited to ten people. Please respect the current distancing guidelines.
Entry: Visitors should arrive by the garden through the Grand Salon [access map].

Guided Visits

One of the artist will be present for each tour.
Dates: see below, other dates will be added during the month | Facebook Event

Reservation required:

Wednesday June 23rd at 3pm

Saturday June 26th at 11am

Saturday June 26th at 5pm

Tuesday June 29th at 8:30pm

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