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No less than four exhibitions for La Lettre volée !

Please come and visit Bernard Villers’ exhibition "La couleur manifeste" until 28 October 2018 at the Botanique (Brussels) with a wonderful monograph entitled Voyons voir published by La Lettre Volée : Bernard Villers delivers himself in an exciting autobiography and two enlightening texts of Raymond Balau and Pierre-Jean Foulon accompany this work full of poetry and spirit that will delight everyone.

Bernard Villers proposes on this occasion 20 original pieces, all different, in the format 19 x 26 cm on Fabriano paper, at the price of 150 euros with the book as well as signed copies (and dedicated if you wish) at the current selling price of the book, which is 35 euros. If you are interested in this exceptional offer, please visit kisskissbankbank : https://www.kisskissbankbank.com/fr/projects/voyons-voir-la-monographie-tant-attendue-du-peintre-bernard-villers/tabs/description

Not to be missed either : 21 September from 6 to 9 pm and 22-23 September from 2 to 6 pm, Jean-François Pirson will do us the honor of an ephemeral installation in the premises of La Lettre volée on the occasion of the presentation from his new book published here : d’être en montagne.

Another great event not to be missed : on September 26 at 11 am the Centrale for Contemporary Art (Brussels) will present its new exhibition : "Resistances" (from September 27, 2018 to January 27, 2019) in which participates Cécile Massart, major figure of the Belgian art scene, pioneer of our nuclear Anthropocene, and October 17 at 6:30 pm her book Archive of the future. For a nuclear culture with contributions from authors Michelle Minne, Ele Carpenter, Céline Kermisch, Danielle Leenaerts, Dirk Somers, Aldo Guillaume Turin and works from artists Anne Bertinchamps, Annick Blavier, Véronique Boissacq, Charlotte Boulc’h and Lucie schlosseler, Barbara C. Branco, Manuel Canteria, Jocelyne Coster, Jean Cotton, Réginald De Coster, Natalia de Mello, Jeanpascal Février, Margaux Frasca, Sébastien Hermans, Flora Hubot, Pierre Martens, Bernard Maquet, Anne Marquet, Michel Mazzoni, Pauline Mikó, Pierre Moreau, Hélène Mutter, Lucie Payoux, Vincent Strebelle, Gaspard Struelens, Laura Ten Zeldam, Nikolaï Thyregaard, Marcel Vandeweyer, Zoé Van der Haegen, Bernard Villers, Alice Vissers, Christine Zerque.

Finally, last but not least : September 28 from 6 to 9 pm and September 29 from 2 to 6 pm, Bruno Goosse will present on our premises his new book published at La Lettre volée which evokes the question of historical and artistic reenactments : namely Waterloo in the book. A video of Bruno Goosse mixing À bout de souffle de Godard with its American version Breathless will be screened on this occasion.

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With the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles.

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