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Lockdown Journeys – Recipes from around the world

‘Lockdown Journeys – Recipes from around the world’ is a personal story that shows art, culture, friendship and food uniting people in every continent.

Pick Keobandith invites you to unleash your imagination and curiosity, and embark on a journey around the globe in the cosy confines of your kitchen.

ABOUT INSPIRING CULTURE

Working internationally from its base in Brussels, Inspiring Culture specialises in contemporary and modern sculpture.

Building on over 30 years of experience in the art world, Dr Pick Keobandith leads an international team to manage a variety of exhibitions and projects with artists, museums and curators from across the world.

Our services include:

  • Exhibition conception and production
  • Public and private sculpture commissions
  • Academic research
  • Critical Writing
  • Artist and Art Institution development
Project 1:

JUMP ONTO OUR PEACE TRAIN

We strive to put our own stone towards building a better world.

  • Conference (1) Jan Bloch and the world’s 1st Peace Museum.
  • Exhibition (2) Jean de Bloch’s documents and “Symbols of Peace” by artists under 35 years old and ambassadors active between 2019 and 2020

This project will start in Polish Library Paris on the 26th of November 2020 – 30th of January 2021, continue in Tokyo, followed by Suzhou (the little Venice of China) …

Project 2:

A WALK IN THE PARK. GROW TREES FOR PEACE

An exhibition exploring through time and space, and showing how “A walk in the park” (like planting trees) can promote and embody Peace. The English expression “A walk in the park” means to do something easy and pleasant. Similarly, planting trees is a symbolic gesture showing hope of a better world for the next generations.

We will give a stage to the artists from around the world.

Project 3:

PAINTING AND THEATRE : FROM VROUBEL TO MALEVICH (1883-1914)

Touring exhibition around the world (actual international scope to be defined). What was the role of the theatre in the evolution of painting on Russians artists between 1883-1914 ? In Russia , the exhibition should be able to show actual paintings, for the rest of the world a digital scenography as an alternative.

In addition, the young artists (under 35 years old) of different regions of the globe will re-imagine the Russia Golden Age though digital “creations” in answering the question : What was the role of the theatre in the evolution of painting on Russians artists between 1883-1914.