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Exhibition at the Consul-General of France’s residence

Exhibition at the Consul-General of France’s residence  From left to right: Madeleine and Eric Berti, Consul-General of France in Sydney ; Solenne Ducos-Lamotte, IDAIA's Director ; Alexiane Henry, Art Administrator and Curator.

Exhibition at the Consul-General of France’s residence
From left to right: Madeleine and Eric Berti, Consul-General of France in Sydney ; Solenne Ducos-Lamotte, IDAIA’s Director ; Alexiane Henry, Art Administrator and Curator.

The Consul-General of France in Sydney, Mr. Eric Berti and his wife Madeleine, mandated IDAIA to organise a special exhibition at their residency. Coinciding with the launch of Lena Nyadbi’s monumental rooftop installation at the musée du quai Branly in Paris on 6 June 2013, the exhibition celebrates this spectacular contemporary art project and more generally the strong links between France and Australian Indigenous art. It also corresponds to the Consul’s will to develop relationships with the local New South Wales (NSW) Indigenous artists and stakeholders, and to recognise their incredible resilience and artistic innovation capacity.

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