Women Artists from France to USA Are Back In New York With Its Third Edition Called Itinerancy #03 in October 23 & 24

NEW YORK, NY, October 2020

Artists Pascale ROUX DE BÉZIEUX-Photographer, Carole Jury-Painter, Gaëlle HINTZY-MARCEL-Sculptor and Marine FUTIN-Drawer are thrilled to launch the third edition of Women Artists from France to the USA called “itinerancy#03” in New York City on October 23 & 24. This new temporary art exhibition will be hosted by VICTORI+MO Gallery located at 242W 22 Street.

After the success of the first edition in Paris with JPHT Gallery in May 2019 and of the second exhibition in October 2019 in New Hope PA and NYC with the support of Gallery des Artists,

These women artists are coming back with new artists and new art in New York.

As a dialogue between female artists, itinerancy #03 brings together four different forms of artistic expression.

Pascale Roux de Bezieux, and her photographs, who will present the evolution of her artistic work in contact with current events and her experiences at the ICP (International Center of Photography).

Carole Jury and her inspirations through her abstract art with increasingly surprising material effects.

Gaelle Hintzy-Marcel and her sculptures, who will explain to you how during a period of confinement she was able to explore new materials such as plaster or wood.

Marine Futin and her works made in pastel, a colorful artistic approach full of emotion.

For this third edition, five partners have joined this adventure to supporting this initiative: French Wink, She for She, Women of Culture, Monsieur Brunold and Le Petit Journal New York.

“Together, we are building a concept of artistic event by offering visitors an immersive art exhibition by immersing them in the universe of each of the artists” said Carole Jury, founder of Women Artists from France to USA.

To ensure they are providing a safe visit to the exhibition, they will follow the CDC & New York authorities guidelines: mandatory Mask, physical distancing of 6 ft, limited Capacity.

Visit scheduled by appointment!

Go to www.womenartistsfromfrance.com

About Women Artists from France to USA

Based in the creative heart of the East Coast of the United States, the Women Artists group was born from a friendship between French Women artists who wanted to share their own art through art exhibitions and give to the visitors an immersive art experience.

www.womenartistsfromfrance.com

About Carole JURY

Born in Lyon (France), Carole Jury lives in New Jersey. She is an abstract painter who likes playing with textured strokes, nuances of color and brightness and to work with all kind of mediums and tools. The majority of her series are inspired by her photos, which give her a guide for sheen, brightness and reliefs. Carole Jury’s artwork is represented by Azart Gallery – NYC, Alessandro Berni Gallery – NYC, Gallery des artistes, Gallery of Art & Music – Las Vegas, DVAA – Philadelphia, Artsy, Singulart, Artsper. Carole Jury is the founder of Women Artists from France to USA. www.carolejury.com

About Gaëlle HINTZY-MARCEL

Gaëlle Hintzy-Marcel is a French Sculptor living in New York.

Her work has been shaped by the various cultures she has been exposed to, above all in France, Indonesia, Russia, and The United States. Mostly figurative, her work intend to use the postures and details of the body as tools to express her mind. She used to work with wax, bronze, pewter and resin, but with the lockdown she has been moving her work to other materials like plaster and wood. www.gaellehintzymarcel.com

About Marine FUTIN

For me, art is a place of spontaneity, joy, and possibility. Whether through sculpture, painting, pastels, or music, I’ve long had a love of using art to express myself. My work has been exhibited and recognized across the globe including as a participant at the prestigious Salon des Artistes Français in Paris. In 2015, I recorded and released my debut album, Qui Danse, performing my music at renowned venues like the Apollo Theater and the Blue Note in New York. While my artistic focus is constantly evolving as I grow and learn, a pivotal aspect of my work is helping others feel more in tune with their own creative forces, as well as encouraging genuine human connection with those around us. www.marinefutin.com

About Pascale ROUX DE BEZIEUX

As a native Parisian, photographer Pascale Roux de Bézieux, never expected to feel such an immediate and intimate connection to NYC, having moved here 7 years ago. But especially while living through, witnessing and capturing the city during the pandemic and the lockdown, she felt deeply grateful to have been fully adopted by this magnificent city. Pascale ‘s intent is to capture the emotion and essence of the human condition and life, in tandem with the complexity of this city. www.pascalerouxdebezieux.com

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