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During the months of April and May, the Franco-American artist, Alexander Charriol, will fuse music, art and renowned artists together for the opening of his new series, “The Human Flow.” In the one-month exhibit opening April 22nd, staged in a pop-up gallery at 4 East 27th street (between 5th & Madison Avenues) in New York City, Charriol promises to startle his audience. His newest work takes inspiration from his fascination with crowds and the notion of unity amongst human beings. View Alexander Charriol's profile here.
ABOUT "THE HUMAN FLOW"
The human bond inspires Charriol. Our need to interact, to touch, to smell, to dialogue and to become intimate fuels our evolution. Our instinct for survival and the inevitability of death speaks beyond all languages, cultures, politics, religions, morals and values and unites us towards an ultimate goal: LIFE.
In his new series, "Human Flow" Charriol focuses on the mystery behind the human touch. Each painting tells the story of an overpowering energy that feeds our desire to connect to each other. This series explores the feeling of loneliness by embracing the power of human connection through physical touch. What he has learned in the past is that as hard as you try to be an independent thinker and not conform by any rules, you are still never alone. The power of connecting to a group or crowd of people that have the same beliefs as you do will give birth to a sense of purpose.
April 2017 Events
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