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Jean-Michel Basquiat / Egon Schiele @Fondation Louis Vuitton

I think Chun has never spent so much time in a single exhibition.... He arrived at 9am at the Fondation Louis Vuitton, a beautiful building by the architect Frank Gehry, and at noon, he had lunch appointment, so he had to leave, but he would have stayed even longer! This Basquiat/ Schiele exhibition was really... Continue Reading →

Concert in the Church of Madeleine~

The "La Dame aux Camélias" group of dancers is now on a short holiday of 5 days before finishing the last two performances of the series on 2nd and 3rd January. Chun takes this occasion to finish his homework, and to enjoy the beautiful city of Paris before going back to Hong Kong on 4th... Continue Reading →

Pointe shoes training and sewing…

Pointes shoes, the ultimate symbol and cliché of classical ballet and reserved for female ballerinas, is often a fascinating technique and savoir-faire. Not only is the technique of going on pointe extremely painful and difficult, choosing the right pointe shoes, learning this technique correctly, and even preparing the pointe shoes in a way that's appropriate... Continue Reading →

Déjeuner at Akrame Paris

A friend asked Chun to meet at Fauchon shop at Madeleine church today. Chun is on a day-off, before attacking the intense weekend with four performances of La Dame aux Camélias in 3 days! He thought, "lunch at Fauchon? interesting. I've always seen Fauchon corners at the Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris selling macarons and... Continue Reading →

Artists’ Freedom~

Yesterday, Chun was invited to an afternoon party in the 16th arr. of Paris. He met and talked to some other artists: a few musicians and a painter. That painter told him, "In today's fast-paced world, we artists are pushed to produce more and more artworks to attain the sales goals. Professional artists make a... Continue Reading →

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