The colour of Harlem.
Just this once, we head for Harlem to take the pulse of avant-garde creation.
Until mid-January, the Art House has opted to dedicate an exhibition to two New York adopted artists; painter Tomo Mori and photographer Capucine Bourcart. Born in Osaka, Tomo embarked upon a maiden voyage across Latin America and Africa before setting down his cases in Harlem to finish his collages, which blend a mix of materials. Capucine, originally from Alsace, emigrated here eight years ago and has experimented with new techniques ever since. Using ordinary, everday objects, she paints, glues and creates her montages, ultimately obtaining a perfect balance between the abstract and the ‘realist’ work that are full of life.