Lea, V.: 2005, Raw, pre-heated or ready to use: Discovering specialist supply systems for flint industries in mid-Neolithic (Chassey
culture) communities in southern France.
But it was precisely this dualism, this programmatic ambivalence--asserted as a virtue, not a vice--that curators Eric de Chassey
and Marta Dziewanska productively deployed as the organizing principle of the aptly titled "Recto/Verso," which traveled from the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw to Madrid, where it was installed in the Reina Sofia's satellite space, the Palacio de Velazquez.
Eric de Chassey
from the Villa Medici was appointed in his place within weeks.
Macduff RNLI coxswain Chassey
Findlay said it was thought a fisherman went into the water and secured the car to the quay to help the emergency services.
"Her name was proposed by Eric de Chassey
, director of the Academie de France in Rome, Villa Medici," the minister stated, adding that since the order has not received a final approval, her name was dropped.
Eric de Chassey
, historien de l'art et commissaire scientifique de la manifestation, a mis l'accent, lui, sur l'importance que revet cette exposition, en raison particulierement de la qualite de l'oeuvre picturale du plasticien.
The flamboyant dance teacher, who is determined to buy his own home this year, said he used to spend a fortune on women's clothes for his performance as drag queen Twirly Chassey
"It is an interesting body of work that few people know," says Eric de Chassey
guest curator and professor of 20th- and 21st-century art history at the Universite Francois-Rabelais in Tours, France.
Alternative Miss Ireland, Twirley Chassey
, 31, from Galway, was a towering figure in the queue - dressed in a pink dress and blonde wig.
Camera (color, Cinemascope), Joel David; editor, Vanessa Zambernard; music, Djilali Aichoune, Amelie de Chassey
; production designer, Itaf Benjellouane; costume designer, Aide Diouri; sound (Dolby SR), Ferdinand Bouchara.