Oscar-winning actress' paintings on exhibition


"In-Eyes" will include 58 ink washes on paper as well as poems, all created and selected by Juliette.


This will be her first art show on American soil and will offer a unique opportunity to discover a new facet of the multi-talented French artist, who is also a dancer, poet and painter.

Her various talents will converge in New York City and Brooklyn in "In-I & Jubilations" that include dance performances, a film retrospective, book signings (of her art book "Portraits In-Eyes"), a new film release ("Paris" by Cedric Klapisch) and a documentary about her produced by her sister Marion Stalens at the Cultural Services of the French Embassy here.

"In-Eyes" will feature 29 triptychs, each including one of these "in character" self-portraits, a portrait of the related movie's director and a poem addressed to the director.

"The heat and emotion to be generated, like the physical stamina to be supplied, are part of an actor's life. None of it is definitive; it's just a record-a fleeting and subjective perception-of one moment in life. Technique simply came with the desire to paint, without preconceptions," Juliette says.

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