“It was the music of Carlo Gesualdo that brought me to Naples”

Our guest is considered to be one of the precursors of urban art in France in the 1970s: he is “the man who makes the walls speak”. You probably have in mind his full-length portrait on paper of the young Rimbaud in jeans, pasted from Charleville-Mézières to Boulevard Saint-Michel, in Paris. The palette and the places of intervention ofErnest Pignon Ernest are the street, the city, the public space, our common space where a poetic and committed work unfolds. “When I paste a life-size character on a wall, I create a face to face with people. » With him, the street becomes a work. He comes to share with us his musical inspirations…


Ernest Pignon-Ernest
Ernest Pignon-Ernest

Ernest-Pignon-Ernest exhibition in Landerneau
FHEL – Hélène & Edouard Leclerc Fund from June 12, 2022 to January 15, 2023
Ernest Pignon-Ernest has been involved in the public space for over fifty years. He presents to Landerneau his installations, his drawings, his photographs revealing his entire creative process.

Musical programming

Alessandro Scarlatti
Sonata in E major K20: Presto
Ivo Pogorelich

Giovanni Battista Pergolesi
Stabat Mater: I. Stabat Mater Dolorosa
Philippe Jaroussky, Julia Lezhneva, I Barrochisti

Carlos Gesualdo
Madrigal: Correte, amanti, a prova
Hilliard Set

Louis Clavis
The Lady of Martigues
Louis Clavis Quartet

Domenico Cimarosa
Sonata No. 1 : Allegro Giusto
Evgeny Soifertis

Neapolitan traditional
Neapolis Together

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