45 Artistes font leur Cinéma ALFRED, François AVRIL, Vincent BAL, Philippe BERTHET, Christophe CHABOUTÉ, Carole CHAIX, Abdel DE BRUXELLES, Philippe DE KEMMETER, Christian DURIEUX, Jack DURIEUX, Laurent DURIEUX, EVER MEULEN, Manuele FIOR, Filippo FONTANA, Philippe GELUCK, Jean-Claude GÖTTING, Danny HELLMAN, Maran HRACHYAN, Alexandra HUARD, Martin JARRIE, Joëlle JOLIVET, Louis JOOS, Eric LAMBÉ, Stéphane LEVALLOIS, Tanino LIBERATORE, LOUSTAL, LUZ, Jeanne MACAIGNE, Milo MANARA, Dave MCKEAN, David MERVEILLE, Nathalie NOVI, Stéphane OIRY, Jean-Marc PAU, David PRUDHOMME, Frédéric RÉBÉNA, François SCHUITEN, SOLUTO, Brecht VANDENBROUCKE, Bastien VIVÈS
From 30 April to 29 May, the Huberty & Breyne Gallery is celebrating the world of cinema with a ground-breaking new exhibition entitled "45 ARTISTES FONT LEUR CINÉMA".
Cinemas are in crisis at the moment and, in response, Alain Huberty has called on the illustrator David Merveille to produce an exhibition designed to reignite the public's enthusiasm for cinema-going.
As curator of the exhibition, David Merveille has set forty-five artists the challenge of expressing what cinema means to them. Visitors to the exhibition will be treated to a great many new and previously unpublished works, from film posters revisited to portraits of actors via objects that have played a significant role in the history of cinema.
Philippe Dupuy, François Schuiten, Philippe Geluck, Jean-Claude Götting, Joëlle Jolivet, Manara and Rebecca Dautremer are just some of the many big names from the world of comics that have responded to the challenge.
Promising younger artists will also be contributing - Filippo Fontana, for instance, with his reinterpretation of that well-known monster Godzilla.
Cinema has inspired a great many artists, both directly and indirectly. Some are even involved in frequent collaborations with the world of cinema, one such artist being Rebecca Dautremer, whose fabulous story Kerity et la maison des contes has been made into an animated film.
"45 ARTISTES FONT LEUR CINEMA" offers a means of reconnecting cinema and its public through the medium of drawing and imagination as exercised by the greatest names in illustration. Add to this the opportunity for viewers to set eyes on some exceptional objects presented by Theatrum Mundi, such as a lifejacket used in the filming of Titanic, some of the real Chewbacca's hairs from Star Wars and patches worn in Batman...
Featured artists :
François Avril, Alfred, Vincent Bal, Philippe Berthet, Abdel de Bruxelles, Christophe Chabouté, Carole Chaix, Jean-Luc Cornette, Kitty Crowther, Rébecca Dautremer, Johan De Moor, Philippe Dupuy, Christian Durieux, Jack Durieux, Laurent Durieux, Manuele Fior, Filippo Fontana, Philippe Geluck, J-C Götting, Danny Hellman, Maran Hrachyan, Alexandra Huard, Martin Jarrie, Joëlle Jolivet, Louis Joos, Philippe de Kemmeter, Eric Lambé, Stéphane Levallois, Liberatore, Loustal, Luz, Jeanne Macaigne, Milo Manara, Jean-Marc Pau, Dave Mc Kean, David Merveille, Ever Meulen, Nathalie Novi, Stéphane Oiry, David Prudhomme, Frédéric Rébéna, François Schuiten, Soluto, Brecht Vandenbroucke, Bastien Vives.
Works available to view online from Friday 30 April 2021.
Night opening :Thurday 27 May until 8p.m., with the curator of the exhibition David Merveille and many artists including Philippe Berthet, Jean-Luc Cornette, Abdel de Bruxelles, Johan De Moor, Jack Durieux, Laurent Durieux, Philippe Dupuy, Filippo Fontana, Eric Lambé, Frédéric Rébéna...