Eroica, Pierre Ducrozet

Sunday 16 December 2018 - Gallery 10

11 a.m.
© JFPaga
Eroica, Pierre Ducrozet
Performance

© JFPaga

Winner of the 2017 Flore prize for "L'invention des corps" (Actes Sud), Pierre Ducrozet (born in 1982) published Eroica in 2015. This fictionalised biography of Basquiat is both a panorama of bohemian New York and an attempt to retrace Basquiat's painting in his writing. Accompanied by a soundtrack by David Gonzàlez Cambray, Ducrozet will give a reading in front of works by the artist.

The artists

Pierre Ducrozet

Pierre Ducrozet was born in 1982 in Lyon. A novelist, literary chronicler and translator, he is the author of L’invention des corps (Actes Sud, 2017) and three novels published by Éditions Grasset: Requiem pour Lola rouge (2010, winner of the Prix de la Vocation), La vie qu’on voulait (2013) and Eroica (2015), a fictional biography of the painter Jean-Michel Basquiat, which has attracted a great deal of attention.

David González Cambray

Isard Cambray is the stage name of the pianist and electronic music producer David González Cambray. Cambray graduated from ESMUC, the Catalonia College of Music, and already has a rich career behind him. He has performed at more than 100 festivals and has collaborated on 20 albums.

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Sunday 16 December 2018
11 a.m. - Gallery 10

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