French Michigan News |
Collective 5-D3, a group exhibition composed by 5 French women living in the greater Detroit area, is glad to announce their first exhibit will take place from Friday, March 13th to Sunday, April 12th, 2015.
The photography exhibit is called “Looking For Detroit”; when they arrived in the United States 2 years ago, the women tried to catch the soul of the city with a fresh perspective.
The team says “after wandering downtown for months, even with severe weather, we really became addicted to this city.” They are now ready to show different but also complementary visions of the same places all around the Motor City.
Come discover their photographic exploration that offers a feminine perspective and attentive look at this appealing place so many of us call home: Detroit! Their work, of about 40 photographs, will be on display at the Farmhouse Coffee and Ice Cream shop in Franklin, MI.
For those who might have a chance to go to Paris this summer, they will also host one conference on June 23rd in the “Maison des Etats-Unis”, a famous travel agency specializing in personalized trips in America.
Valerie Bogaert, Carole Cesareo, Delphine François, Jeanne Louchet, Marie-Cécile Armand
About the Farmhouse:
Located at 32644 Franklin Road, in Franklin Village, it´s the perfect place to stop by for hot chocolate or coffee, open every day from 7am to 8pm.
About the Exhibit:
From Friday, March 13th to Sunday, April 12th 2015.
Learn more about the Collective:
Please contact Collective 5-D3 Media Relations Valerie Bogaert by phone 901-735-2719 or by email collectif5D3@gmail.com
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