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March 29 BTS New York Part2

 

SECAUCUS, NJ, Beneath The Sea,
March 28-30 2013
Meadowsland Exhibition Center,Secaucus (NJ), in front of Manhattan (New York).

355 Plaza Dr, Secaucus, NJ 07094

Hours of Exhibit Hall Open:
Friday 6pm-9pm
Saturday 9am-5pm
Sunday 9am-4:30pm

15th exhibition at BTS by Pascal Lecocq since 2000, booth # 116.

See last Pascal’s exhibition at BTS in the  previous years.

Infos and directions

 

 

 

 

March 28-30 BTS New York Pascal’s 15th exhibition Part1

SECAUCUS, NJ, Beneath The Sea,
March 28-30 2013
Meadowsland Exhibition Center,Secaucus (NJ), in front of Manhattan (New York).

355 Plaza Dr, Secaucus, NJ 07094

Hours of Exhibit Hall Open:
Friday 6pm-9pm
Saturday 9am-5pm
Sunday 9am-4:30pm

15th exhibition at BTS by Pascal Lecocq since 2000, booth # 116.

See last Pascal’s exhibition at BTS in the  previous years.

Infos and directions

 

 

 

March 23-25 Beneath the Sea, New York

   

SECAUCUS, NJ, Beneath The Sea,
March 23-25 2012
Meadowsland Exhibition Center,Secaucus (NJ), in front of Manhattan (New York).
Hours of Exhibit Hall Open:
Friday 6pm-9pm
Saturday 9am-5pm
Sunday 9am-4:30pm

See last Pascal’s exhibition at BTS in 2011
Infos and directions


Artworks donated by Pascal for the Benefit of the Maria Farerri Children Hospital:
CALLIGRAMME DE GRENOUILLE: The Big Splash – from the oil painting by Pascal Lecocq, Giclee reproduction limited edition on canvas 20×20. – COMMUN DES IMMORTELS – Ordinary immortals – from the oil painting by Pascal Lecocq, Giclee reproduction limited edition on canvas 20×20 (the Nautilus with the signature of all legendary pioneers) (right).

  

 

October 27-30: Marseille, World Underwater Film festival

Oct 27- 30 World Underwater Film festival Marseille

Pascal's show in 2010

Marseille, Underwater Pictures Festival,
Oct 29- Nov 2, 2010

Pasca is exhibiting for the 16th year at the show, 57 pieces including 14 new oil on canvas. Booth #67.

A traditional opening with a glass of “pommeau” should be held Friday at 5:30 pm, with music by Bernard Abeille and the Festival orchestra !

We’ll introduce the last issue of Australian magazine “OCEAN GEOGRAPHIC”, published by Michaël Aw, with a huge portfolio of 9 of my paintings under the nice title “Dreams in Blue Canvas” . (Preview, check online my previous 21 portfolios published in magazines worlwide ).

We should be able to preview the last video by filmmaker NATHALIE LASSELIN (which movie Héen Táak is in competition here) : “Le Peintre du Bleuhttp://www.pascal-lecocq.com.Immergé ” (The Painter of Bluehttp://www.pascal-lecocq.com.Immersed) shooted during my exhibitions in lakes in Quebec and Saint-Lawrence River in August and September.

The Festival is taking place for the second successive year at the Palais du Pharo in Marseille, October 27 to 31st, 2010.

Schedule:
Wednesday October 27th from 02.00 PM to 00.00 AM
Thursday 28th, Friday 29th and Saturday 30th of October
from 09.00 AM to 00.00 AM from 10.00 AM to 08.00 PM
Sunday October 31st, from 10.00 AM to 08.00 PM

More infos

with Michael AW, october 2010 Pascal's show, Marseille 2010
 

Great Opening with Bernard Abeille, Kurt Amslerhttp://www.pascal-lecocq.com., october 2010 Pascal's show, Marseille 2010
 

with Jean-Michael Cousteau, october 2010 with Film director Nathalie Lasselin, Pascal's show, Marseille 2010
 

with A.Fuchs and Bill Todd, of Nasa, Pascal's show, Marseille 2010 Great Opening with Bernard Abeille, Kurt Amslerhttp://www.pascal-lecocq.com., october 2010
 

with the President of the Festival Ph.Valette, october 2010 with H.Hordosh, of Seacam, Pascal's show, Marseille 2010 with Filmmaker Christian Petron, october 2010
 

october 2010 Pascal's show, Marseille 2010
 

october 2010 with composer Eric bettens, Pascal's show, Marseille 2010
 

the Japanese delegation, october 2010 the Subal team, Pascal's show, Marseille 2010
 

october 2010 Pascal's show, Marseille 2010

 

Antibes Festival (France)

ANTIBES, FESTIVAL MONDIAL DE L’IMAGE SOUS-MARINE. Palais des Festivals,
October 27- 31. Pascal’s 11th Personal exhibition at the Underwater Film Festival in Antibes with all new paintings and limited edition prints.

Pascal'exhibition in Antibes 2004

A Pascal's portrait by Tony Malmqvist Bernard Abeille, Kurt Amsler and Gilles, The band of the Festival during Pascal's opening, pic by T.Malmqvist
Exhibition Pascal Lecocq in Antibes 2004 Pascal's display at the Underwater Film Festival
Crowd during Pascal's traditional opening, the Friday evening, pic by S.Reiter Crowd listening the band during Pascal's opening, pic by T.Malmqvist

Vernissage in Antibes 2004 pic by T.Malmqvist with David Pilosof, Christian Petron, Mike Portelly, Toyo Emoto at Pascal's vernissage, pic by T.Malmqvist

'big animal' Amos Nachoum, pic by T.Malmqvist with Asuna Okajima, japanese winner of the poster contest 2004, pic by T.Malmqvist

Jean-Michel Cousteau always supporting the show, by S.Reiter Tony Malmqvist and his magic eye, by S.Reiter

President of the Festival Daniel Mercier, pic by S.Reiter Russian publisher Andrew Bizyukin, pic by S.Reiter

Susan Reiter pic by T.Malmqvist Artist photograph Todd Essick, pic by T.Malmqvist

Rafaella Shiller, pic by T.Malmqvist Photograph Lionel Pozzoli and Tally, pic by T.Malmqvist

with board of Moscow Diving Show: Elena and Kirill Modylevski

 

Le Pradet (France)

5eme FESTIVAL DE L’IMAGE SOUS-MARINE DU PRADET (France): 2000 regards sous la mer.

Pascal Lecocq’s personnal exhibition from March 11th to 14th at Espace des Arts, Le Pradet, near Toulon (South of France). A show presided by legendary UW filmmaker Christian Petron with special guest Jean-Michel Cousteau

website

dive show in Le Pradet

Jean-Michel Cousteau and Pascal  at the diveshow

Pascal Lecocq at the diveshow
 

 

NEPTUN, December 2003


NEPTUN, December 2003 – p4 & 70 – RUSSIA -





 

Antibes Festival (France)

ANTIBES, FESTIVAL MONDIAL DE L’IMAGE SOUS-MARINE. Palais des Festivals,
October 29 – November 2. Pascal’s 10th Personal exhibition in Antibes with all new paintings and limited edition prints.

Read newspapers cutting in Russian magazine Neptun and Program Festival10 years for Pascal, 30 years for President Daniel Mercier, pic by G.Lecocq

10 years at Antibes Festival for Pascal, 30 years for President Daniel Mercier

opening of Pascal's exhibition 2003, pic by JC.Protta

Opening of Pascal’s exhibition 2003

Pascal's exhibition opening, pic by G.Lecocq Traditional opening by Pascal, pic by R.Semper
 

pic by G.Lecocq pic by G.Lecocq

Guy Poulet, President of Festival Rencontres – Andrey Bizyukin from Oktopus, Russian magazine

pic by G.Lecocq pic by G.Lecocq

Ph.Lombard, editor of Mer et Littoral and Gerard Magnier, development manager of Sofimav – Ziad El Zein, manager of Uzzi-Europe

pic by G.Lecocq pic by G.Lecocq

J de Groot from Nautiek – Sacha Pemkin, editor of Aqua (ukraine)

pic by G.Lecocq pic by G.Lecocq

President of UW Festival in Nagoya: Toyo Emoto – UW Director Christian Petron

pic by G.Lecocq pic by G.Lecocq

Freediver champion Maki Sugahara – Kazu Togashi ( UW Festival in Nagoya, Japan)

pic by G.Lecocq pic by G.Lecocq

Ukrainian photographer Kosta Roudeshko – World well-known architect Jacques Rougerie and bass player Bernard Abeille

pic by G.Lecocq pic by G.Lecocq

Famous UW photographer Cathy Church- Calypso crew: Claude Wessly and Andre Laban

pic by G.Lecocq pic by G.Lecocq

With customers and friends Michael Warren (UK) and Gisele Clark (Switzerland)

pic by G.Lecocq pic by G.Lecocq

“Big animals” UW photographer Amos Nachoum – Jean-Michel Cousteau

pic by G.Lecocq pic by R.Semper

Oleg Kalensky from Katran (Ukraine) – Fellow UW Film-maker (James Bond, Lara Croft) Mike Valentine

pic by G.Lecocq pic by G.Lecocq

Leasley Leaney from Historical Diving Society – Publisher David Pilosof

pic by G.Lecocq pic by G.Lecocq

UW photographer Susan Reiter – The band: Bernard Abeille, Claude Wessly

Pic by Maki J.Sugahara

Greetings by Freediver Champion and UW Photographer Maki J. Sugahara

Oktopus Award 2003

 

ANTIBES: World Underwater pictures Festival PASCAL’S 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF EXHIBITION

PASCAL’S 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF EXHIBITION,

Cette année, PASCAL LECOCQ fête 20 ans d’expositions de ses oeuvres sur toutes les cimaises de France et d’Europe.

Si quelques rétrospectives auront lieu en France (Nausicaa à Boulogne, Festival Mondial de l’Image sous-marine à Antibes), plusieurs expositions de l’artiste sont organisées en 1997 en Hollande (Noordwijck), en Belgique (Bruxelles), en Allemagne (Stuttgart), à Ferney-Genève, à l’Acquario di Genova et, en 1998, au DEMA à Los Angeles en plus des lieux habituels d’expositions: son atelier à Honfleur et la Galerie Besseiche à Dinard.
A l’occasion du Festival Mondial de l’Image sous-marine, dont il est devenu depuis plusieurs années un habitué, Pascal Lecocq présentera en outre une oeuvre de grande dimension: la “Corrida Grande” de 300 x 360 cm, le CDRom Scubawin Pro qui contient l’ensemble de ses oeuvres sur la plongée et son site Internet http://www.aquasport.ch.

Read the program and the press

Pascal, exhibition Antibes 1997

Pascal with Jean-Michel Cousteau and Bertrand Fenet, Antibes 1997Pascal Lecocq during the festival, Antibes 1997
Pascal's 20th anniversaary of exhibition, Antibes 1997Pascal with Jean-Michel Cousteau and Ariel Fuchs during the festival, Antibes 1997

 
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