“Ethos” by Marcel Abadia & HB Reid | Art-Hop-Polis

Delve into a world of spirits, demons, lost souls, and all manner of creatures from different cultures re-created through the minds of two artists from California. If you are willing to learn more about depictions of ideas created in different civilizations, indulge your curiosities into these looks into the past from a perspective of these two artisans of character design.

About the Artists

Marcel Abadia was born in California in 1998. He graduated from Santa Margarita Catholic High school and came to France to learn French at Autograf, where he took a FLE-Art program. He is currently doing a “Prepa d’Animation” at the Atelier de Sevres. In the future, he would like to combine all of his interests – sculpture, dancing, rapping – into different forms of mixed arts with the aim of entertaining and inspiring people while having fun.

HB Reid was born in Los Angeles (USA). He is an artist for animation, as well as a dancer and musician for Krump. He obtained a BA in Animation and will graduate from the Ecole des Gobelins by summer 2019. HB Reid’s ultimate goal is to engage a conversation with the world through the language of art. A conversation that should be lively and fascinating.

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday from 10am to 12:30pm and 2:30pm to 5:30pm.

Special Openings

Sunday, April 7 and 28 after the Rendez-vous Musical (around 6:15pm). Evenings or weekends by appointment only: communication@feusa.org


The vernissage will take place on Wednesday, April 3 from 7-8:30pm as part of Art-Hop-Polisart hopping at the Cité internationale. The detailed program will soon be published on CitéScope.

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