With an incredible reaction from the gathering of people Christopher Flach’s film Madeleine Castaing, finished the most recent days of the Cesis Celebration alongside the last show "Imants Kalnins and Philip Glass." Went to by more than 1800 guests, this years 2011Festival contained a rich program highlighting an assorted scope of artistic expressions included established music shows, visual workmanship displays, movies and dramatization exhibitions.
Christopher Flach’s film "Madeleine Castaing," is the narrative that investigates the identity and impact of the French decorator and classical merchant. The film observes Castaing’s neoclassical taste in style and her breathtaking appearance even into her 90s. The film reintroduces her desire for Napoleon III decorations and eighteenth century English furniture to gatherers of workmanship and plan. Christopher Petkanas composes "Its a wellspring of dramatic reminiscences."
About Christopher Flach
A New York City local, Flach spent his initial craftsmanship profession examining with Ansel Adams and Yousuf Karsh and all the more as of late under the tutelage of Mary Ellen Stamp. Helping to establish Martha Angus, Inc., he re-situated to Manhattan, opened a compelling artwork studio, where he keeps on capturing, record, film, and give time and work to raise stores for the group.
To buy the film "Madeleine Castaing" please contact the craftsman straightforwardly:
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2011 Restless NIGHT MIAMI Shoreline LINE-UP Reported CHRISTOPHER FLACH’s Arrival WITH HOURS OF Gushing VIDEO WITH Additional TO COME.
Christopher’s work will warm up the city from twilight to dawn, November 5 – 6, 2011