Экспертный Совет Недели Искусств во Франции в 2017 году / Members of Jury in 2017

Pierre Cardine

  Pierre Cardine

Маркиза Galina de Bouard

  Galina de Bouard
Marie Claire Pajeile  

Marie-Claire Pajeile

Née Tourcoing, Nord de la France.
Ecole Supérieure des Beaux arts de Tourcoing.

Première exposition personnelle Peinture (Lavis, gouache, huile) Sculpture (bois, pierre).
La découverte de la Charente fut l'occasion d'ajouter couleur et mouvement.
Expositions en France, Belgique, Norvège, Suède, Russie, U.S.A., Grande-Bretagne, Espagne, Hollande.

"J'aime la peinture De Marie-Claire Pajeile C'est d'abord un rêve d'enfant, les réminiscences de souvenirs d'un temps disparu. Ses personnages se déplacent, anonymes et anodins, dans un quotidien simple et contemporain.

Les formes à tête humaine, au sexe indifférencié, semblent heureuses de leur état, satisfaites de l'univers qui les entoure. Ce sont des images fortes et colorées qui nous révèlent la permanence de notre condition.

Le monde va, évolue. Les hommes sont les mêmes. Leur symbolique varie peu.
Les personnages toujours en mouvement de Marie-Claire Pajeile sont immédiatement reconnaissables; ils sont hors du temps. Ils passent, regardent, ironiques et distants. Ils sont là pour témoigner."

Myriam Feuilloley 1   

Myriam Feuilloley

Myriam Feuilloley is a french artist living and working by the sea in Normandy.
The narraratives and characters portrayed in her work are easily recognised. Often bearing a hallmark, they are nacked, hairless, and the bodies shapes freed from the classic image what is «the norm». Common themes include people bathing, couples, family portraits, totems, crosses, the Tower of Babel, puppets, and meeting with angels. All captured in her unique style.
Myriam’s work has been exhibited at the Museum of Villa Carlotta by Como Lake, the Palazzo Reale in Genova, Montivilliers Abbey, the Museum of Terre Neuvas in Fécamp, Maison des Arts in Conches, as well at the Tristan Bernard theater in Paris. In 2016, she was invited to exhibit her work as part of the World Day of Art at the United Nations Office in Geneva. Her work regularly features in exhibitions across France and internationally.
She has published two books on her work, the first a retrospective, « Feuilloley, 20 years of painting » (2006), the second « 20 fables La Fontaine illustrated by Feuilloley » (2012). 

Adele Bessy  


Née le 7 août 1946. Peintre autodidacte depuis 1982. Elle travaille d'abord essentiellement la miniature sur ivoire qu'elle délaissera au profit de la peinture à l'huile .
Des êtres nouveaux apparaissent inconsciemment sur ses toiles prenant la dimension d'une foule en errance, des femmes en grande majorité dont les regards surgissent et nous interpellent avec toujours autant d'acuité .
Adèle Bessy peint d'un style très personnel, en constante évolution .

Vicki Sullivan 2   

Vicki Sullivan

Member of the Melbourne Society of Women Painters and Sculptors and “Portrait Artists Australia” The Australian Guild of Realist Artists

Abiut me:

2014 Angel Academy of Art 
2009- 2014 Private tuition in the Meldrum Method with Fiona Bilbrough
2000 - 2004 Studies in Tonal Painting with Brian Armstrong
1981 & 1984 Studied Fine Art, Monash, Gippsland Campus

In 2014 Vicki was awarded the Title “Associate Living Master” by the Art Renewal Centre the largest International Foundation for the promotion and education of Realist Art.

Vicki is a member of
“The Melbourne Society of Women Painters and Sculptors”
“Portrait Artists Australia” The Australian Guild of Realist Artists
The Portrait Society of America
Vicki’s work is held in collections in Australia, the USA, The UK, Europe and Africa

2017 Finalist in the Ravenswood Womens Art Prize,Gordon,NSW
2017 Honorable Mention as a Finalist in the Lethbridge Small Scale Art Award, Brisbane,Queensland
2017 Finalist National Equine Prize, Mansfield Victoria
2016 Finalist Alice Bale Painting prize and also a finalist Alice Bale Drawing prize
2016 Finalist Art Renewal Centre 2015/2016 International Salon
2016 Finalist Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Prize Grafton Regional Gallery
2016 Portraits Sullivan and Bilbrough ,Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery
2016 Finalist Rick Amor Drawing prize,
2016 Women Painting Women Exhibition, Burrinja cultural Centre Upwey, Vic
2015 Semi finalist Doug Moran Portrait Prize
2015 “Changing Perspectives 2015”Melbourne Society of Women Sculptors and Painters
2015 Finalist Black Swan Portrait Prize, Perth WA
2015 Finalist Gallipoli Art Prize Sydney NSW
2014 Awarded title of “Associate living Master by the Art Renewal Centre”
2014 Finalist Art Renewal Centre 2013/2014 International Salon
2014 Angel Academy of Art Exhibition, Florence Italy
2014 Finalist Hidden Faces of the Archibald Salon Des Refuses, Melbourne, Victoria
2014 Finalist Alice Bale Travelling Scholarship, Caulfield Vic
2014 Finalist Alice Bale Painting Award
2014 Finalist Alice Bale Drawing Award
2014 Finalist Portrait Artists Australia Exhibition, Australian Embassy Washington USA
2013 Semi finalist Moran Portrait Prize, Sydney NSW
2013 Black Swan Portrait Prize, Perth WA
2013 Finalist Hidden Faces of the Archibald Salon Des Refuses, Melbourne, Victoria
2013 “Changing Perspectives” MSWPS ,Victorian Artists Society
2013 “Multicultural Australia” Parliament House NSW, Portrait Artists Australia Annual exhibition
2013 Finalist Art Renewal Centre 2012/2013 International Salon
2012 Finalist Alice Bale Travelling Scholarship & Painting Prize
2012 Finalist Alice Bale Painting Prize
2012 Finalist Portia Geach Memorial Award, Melbourne, Victoria
2012 Finalist The Mortimore Prize, Dubbo, New South Wales
2012 Finalist Shirley Hannan National Portrait Award, Bega Regional Gallery, New South Wales
2012 Finalist Hidden Faces, Salon Des Refuses of the Archibald Exhibition, Melbourne, Victoria
2011 Finalist The Len Fox Painting Award Exhibition, Castlemaine Art Gallery, Victoria
2011 The Mt Waverley Art Show, Mount Waverley, Victoria
2011 Camberwell Rotary Art Show, Canterbury, Victoria
2009 The Collectors Exhibition, Temple Gallery, Sorrento, Victoria
2008 The Lou White Art Prize, DVA, Melbourne, Victoria

2011 First Prize Best in Show “Alla Prima” Morning Sun Vineyard Art Exhibition
2011 First Prize “Mario’s Choice Prize “ Morning Sun Vineyard Art Exhibition
2012 Second Prize Oak hill Gallery Annual Members Exhibition
2012 Second Prize “Little Archies Exhibition” Oak Hill Gallery Mornington Vic
2013 Second Prize Oak Hill Gallery Illustration and Drawing competition
2013 Highly Commended Camberwell Art Show
2013 People’s Choice Prize, Hidden faces of the Archibald Hilton South Wharf Melbourne
2015 Winner , Constance Wu Prize Melbourne Society of Women Sculptors and Painters
2016 First Prize, A Singular Creation, Feeling Blue 5 International Competition, USA
2016 Winner Equine Prize, Flinders Art Show, Flinders Victoria
2016 Honourable Mention MSWPS Member Exhibition Changing Perspectives
2016 Third prize people’s choice in Jackson’s “Drawn In” competition London, UK
2017 Winner of A Singular Creation “Solitude”competition ,USA
2017 Honorable Mention as a Finalist in the Lethbridge Small Scale Art Award, Brisbane,Queensland

2006 Michael Morehead, Lawyers And Associates, Portsea, Victoria
2007 Tim Buckingham, Partner in International Law Firm DLA Piper, United Kingdom
2008 The Sphere Advertising Agency, Richmond, Victoria
2011 Robbie Brozin, CEO and founder of Nando’s Global
2011 Fletchers Real Estate, Sorrento, Victoria
2013 Collection of Steve Bastoni
2016 Andrew Burns CEO of AOT group
2016 Jane Alexander ,Director of Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery

ARC Salon 2012
ARC Salon 2013
Portia ,2014, The Annual Journal of Victorian Women Lawyers
ARC Salon 2014
ARC Salon 2016
2015 Guide Art Leonardo {Spain}
2016 Profile Magazine issue 72
2016 Guide Art Leonardo {Spain}
2016 Creative Artist Magazine
2016 Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery ,Whats Up

Ranjana Dani   

Ranjana Dani

Senior Professor Mentor,
Graphic Design
MIT Institute of Design
MIT ATD University

About me:

Ranjana Dani joined MIT Institute of Design, Pune as Senior Faculty in the Graphic Design Department since 2008. Coordinating for live projects with foreign universities/designers. Doing her PhD.
Faculty at Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalaya, Pune, since 1983, teaching Graphic Design, Visualization, Media Planning and Theory of Advertising/ Marketing. Coordinating/ Supervising /Assessing Govt. exams conducted by Directorate of Art Mumbai. Participated inassessment programs at Pune University and Symbiosis Institute of Design Pune. Consultant faculty for the Degree course at BharatiyaVidyapeeth and D.Y. Patil College of Applied Art. (Both affiliated to University of Pune). Empanelled as Expert Member of the Board of Studies. Appointed by University of Pune (CAP) as Chairperson of examinations for all Advertising theory subjects.
Invited by Symbiosis Institute of International Studies at Hinjewadi and IIPM, Pune as mentor.Visiting Faculty at PICT’s Management Institute and Wigan&Leigh College for the design course. Visiting Faculty at RachanaSansad, Mumbai.
Worked as a free-lance visualizer with renowned advertising agencies and corporates for Hotel Blue Diamond, Kirloskar Consultants, The Pune International Film Festival and Pune Biennale to name some. Coducted workshops at TypodayConferences.Jury panel for the ;A’ Design Awards, Milan, Italy 2015.
Solo and Group painting exhibition in India and abroad. Organized Art shows to promote art, Art for Kargil, Save the Children, CRY. Conducted Lecture series on Art in India and abroad (Hynes Convention Centre, Boston. Works with Collectors and Galleries in India and abroad. 

Nada Peseva2   

Nada Peseva

Nada Peseva graduated History of Art and Archaeology at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of “Cyril and Methodius”, Skopje, Macedonia.(2000). MA in Cultural Policy and Management at the University of Arts in Belgrade, Serbia (2013) with the master thesis “Creative industries in Macedonia and policies for their development” .
In narrower interest with and scope of work includes contemporary arts, cultural management and policy, cultural industries and cultural heritage. From 2006 workes as Advisor for Culture in the City of Skopje . In 2005 work at the Ministry of Culture of Republic of Macedonia in the Department for protection of cultural heritage . Participated in numerous local and international conferences form, the field of visual art, curatorial practices, cultural policies and creative industries. debates on art and culture in the country and abroad.
Published articles in magazines for culture (The Large Glass -Museum of Contemporary art, Skopje Macedonia, Photon art, Nova Makedonija, etc.), Forewords in catalogs and publications for solo and d group exhibitions. Curator and selektor of solo and several group exhibitions: :The Last East-European Show, Museum of contemporary art in Belgrade, Serbia (2003); Biennial of Young Artists in 2005 at the Museum of contemporary art in Skopje, Macedonia (2005); Curator for visual art at White Night festival in 2005 and 2006, Skopje, Macedonia ; Curator o Macedonian selection at Festival "Saraevo Winter", Saraevo Bosnoa and hercegovina, 2008 and others. 
Elisabeth Ioannides   

Elisabeth Ioannides

Assistant Curator at the National Museum of Contemporary Art (EMST)
member of Phi Betta Kappa, ICOM, AICA, the British & the Associations of Art Therapists

About me:
I am an Assistant Curator at the National Museum of Contemporary Art (EMST). I studied Psychology and Fine Arts at Brandeis University in Waltham, MA, USA, received my M.A. in the History of Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art in London, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Contemporary Art from the Sotheby’s Institute of Art in France. I am a member of Phi Betta Kappa, ICOM, AICA, the British & the Associations of Art Therapists and a student member of the European Association for Psychotherapy. I was an Art Psychotherapy Trainee at The Arts & Psychotherapy Center (A.P.C.), where I submitted my dissertation on the application of art therapy in museums. I have published various articles such as "Museums as Therapeutic Environments and the Contribution of Art Therapy", Museum International, vol. 68, no 271-272, 2016, pp. 98-109, “When a museum goes Beyond Boundaries”, newsbriefing, British Association of Art Therapists, December 2015, p.29–30, “New Forms of Interactions”, newsbriefing, British Association of Art Therapists, June 2014, p.22–23, “The Art Therapist assists the person to achieve change”, culturenowmag, n. 28, Spring 2014, p. 24, “Art Therapy and Psychosis”, Minimata (Messages), issue 56, Pan Hellenic Association of Families for Mental Health, January-March 2014 and have been an exhibition catalogue coordinator in catalogues published by EMST. In 2017, I realized in collaboration with an art therapist a pilot group art psychotherapy program at EMST 
Web of Museum: www.emst.gr 

 Oscar Mas 2  

Oscar Mas

Especialista en Branding por Kellogg School of Management, Chicago. Magíster en Docencia Superior por la URP. Licenciado en Educación por la USIL. Máster en Comunicación Publicitaria por el IED, en Barcelona. Especialista en Marketing por ESAN, Escuela de Negocios y Diseñador por el Instituto Toulouse Lautrec. Cuenta con más de 20 años de experiencia profesional en Diseño y más de 15 años dedicados a la Educación.