Words fail before the pictorial work that realized the French visual artist Pascale Kolboc in memory of victims of the Armenian Genocide. There are 12 tables around the size of 180cm x 180cm, with a weight of up to 50kg.
Originally from Lyon, the artist then transmits an iconography whose value not only plastic is in any remarkable point, but for the timeless intense emotional charge it offers to look.
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Member of several associations such as IAVI (International Help Victims of incest), WORLD VISION (1st NGO sponsorship of children in the world) …., his first paintings, abstract, refer naturally to suffering against children . In 2010, the need to express is stronger, then she introduced the material in his works, mixing soil, clay, wood, ash, fabrics and dolls … Everything gets thick, depth. His paintings on child abuse are then exhibited in New York in the Chelsea neighborhood and Paris. In 2011, she met someone from the Armenian diaspora. He will tell him the reality of the massacre of his people. Affected by the deep horror lived, she left Armenia to meet this earth and its inhabitants, and in Lebanon. It is then obvious … convinced of the need to participate in “open up” his new series of works becomes a reflection of the terrible cruelty and injustice still experienced today by the Armenian people face the denial of the massacre of the 1915 genocide.
– – Agora Gallery 2010 New – York
– – Espace Pierre Cardin, 2010, Paris
– – Carrousel du Louvre, 2010, Paris
– – Grand Palace, Art Capital, 2010, Paris