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After Puls'Art #4
(press review/revue de presse)

 

LMtv Sarthe, l'infiltré du dimanche june 25th/juin 2014

 

Le Maine Libre, june 12th/juin 2014

Increasing success for the Alfer Puls'Art fair

 

To conclude this annual international exhibition of contemporary art held in Le Mans, the communauté de communes (community of communes) in Val de Sarthe organized last weekend the 4th edition of the After Puls'Art fair in île MouliSart, in the town of Fillé. Its purpose was to give people the opportunity to see artists working live. Indeed, about 15 artists were invited to turn the île MouliSart into an open-air workshop. The After Puls'Art fair enabled people to discover singular approaches, such as installation, painting, sculpture, graffiti, participative or musical creation and to practice, especially by assisting the artists. The event was a great success since over 2,000 visitors enjoyed a walk in île MoulinSart and went to the open-air restaurant L'orange bleue, which was full on Saturday evening with a plancha cooking-based meal and a great brass band concert by La Marmite à Roselyne.

 

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The artist Porte Renaud created 13 “Face-to-face”.

 

Ouest France, june 11th/juin 2014

2,000 visitors at the 4th edition of the Alfer Puls'Art fair

 

The 4th edition of the Alfer Puls'Art fair took place last weekend on the site of île MouliSart. It resulted in a big success with more than 2,000 visitors.

The artists on the site were creating their artworks live. People had the chance to discover different artistic practices such as installation, painting, sculpture, graffiti, participative creation... The restaurant L'orange bleue was full on Saturday evening with a plancha cooking-based meal and a great brass band concert by La Marmite à Roselyne.

 

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The artist porte renaud created 13 “Face-to-face” modelling the face of the people he spoke to.