Art and Coffee

Barilleaux, René Paul
October 1993
Public Art Review;Fall/Winter93, Issue 9, p22
Academic Journal
This article describes artwork created by Gwylene Gallimard and Jean-Marie Mauclet of Charleston, South Carolina. Both artists were born in France, but live in the South Carolina and own and operate French-style cafés in Charleston and Cary, North Carolina. They have also installed their multimedia creations in the cafés and have displayed them at exhibitions. The theme of some of their art involves their experiences in living in America. The first segment of their artwork that deals with their American experiences is called "Holy City." It was commissioned and funded by the Spoleto Festival, but most of their funding comes from personal income.


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