Caroline Tschumi, Mothership

Caroline Tschumi has been drawing since childhood, compulsively, daily as an elemental means of expression.  Her roots derive from the pop world of the ‘60s and ‘70s, Japanese cartoons and Disney.  Her imagination is translated through psychedelic compositions that are both bountiful and controlled.  Her works are mythical, surreal and dreamlike, populated with female characters both powerful and fragile.  The exhibition at the Ferme de la Chapelle presents her latest series centred on women and celestial bodies against a background of large wall-hangings designed by the artist herself.

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Friday 1er April, 14h–16h
Visit for seniors with VIVA and Caroline Tschumi

Wednesday 6 April, 15h to 16h
Family visit, from 4 years old
Free, no registration required

Sunday 10 April, 15h
Meet the artist. Visit with Caroline Tschumi

Sunday 8 May
Short love stories, by Fred Duvaud
as part of the Plan-les-Ouates festival la Cour des contes
No charge but registration necessary at or 022 884 64 60

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