Photo EXPO Corine Lescop du 6 février 2007 021

Who travels, who learns, this is exactly the case …
Born in Canada in 1960, Corine Lescop came to France at the age of 10 and discovered the old Europe but soon she was back on the roads to discover other countries going from Africa to the United States with eyes wide open.

She memorized a lot of facts accumulating a lot of impressions, landscapes and human discoveriesSpeaking about art, she was trained in the Ecole Superieure des Beaux Arts in Paris and was at the University of Sorbone at the same time to learn Oriental Languages.

She followed some training and finally came to Brussels to study Japanese writing with Master Machida. In 1987 settled in Brussels.

She started to exhibit her works in 1978 at the Maison des Beaux-Arts in Paris, in the atelier of Jankel (and this is a reference). She was part of the short time existence of gallery Moa in Brussels in 1994 then had later on two other shows in 1998 and 2000.

She s now back along the rails and she is talented !
She shows works on Japanese paper showing landscaped tied up with some kind of intimacy portraits often full of sensuality and pieces dominated by the marvellous Japanese writing in full and bright colours. There are wash drawings full of gorgeous colours and based on rare papers.

This exhibition is something out of the daily routine, it is a true event and at the same time it is there to celebrate the second birthday of the gallery.

This gallery is exactly the luminous point the Rollebeek Street was lacking before.


Rollebeek Gallery 28,
rue de Rollebeek 28,
1000 Brussels
phone 02 512 20 22

From Feb. 6 to Mar 4, 2007
Tuesday to Sunday from 11am to 7pm
except on Saturday from 1 to 7 pm

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