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JAPANESE NEWSPAPERS

daily newspaper 北國新聞社

September, 22 (2019)

I performed calligraphy in front of a Shrine, for world's Peace event.

daily newspaper 北國新聞社

July, 18 (2019)

Dinner of the selected calligraphers of the Calligraphy contest of Ishikawa prefecture.

daily newspaper 北國新聞社

July, 17 (2019)

I was selected at the Calligraphy contest of Ishikawa prefecture, and exhibited in Kanazawa's 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art. 

On this picture you can see my calligraphy teacher’s artwork, very impressive, exhibited in the Museum.

daily newspaper 北國新聞社

July, 11 (2019)

I was selected at the Calligraphy contest of Ishikawa prefecture, and exhibited in Kanazawa's 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art. 

Here is my Japanese name in the article about the chosen artists.

newspaper 中日新聞

October, 31 (2018)

Article talking about a performance organized in a gallery I exhibited.
I calligraphied a handmade dress, the dancer was improvising, wearing it.

daily newspaper 北國新聞社

(2017)

◆ Exhibition of an international student's works and a calligrapher
Charlotte Tournet (French, 26 years old) in international exchange at Kanazawa Fine Art School, and the calligrapher 雪 雪 23 ("jusetsufumi") exhibited on June 17 and 18 in the new premises of the Kanazawa Fashion School (at Tatemachi).
About forty art pieces, and the practice of calligraphy in a contemporary way attracted many spectators.
Especially "春" (spring) a painting of Miss Tournet, performed on a traditional umbrella, with a brilliant brushstroke.

daily newspaper 北國新聞社

July, 8 (2017)

「 FRENCH SENSITIVITY FOR JAPANESE CALLIGRAPHY
An international student exhibits at Kanazawa Fine Arts School


Charlotte Tournet (26), who studied abroad as part of the twinning between the Fine Arts School of Nancy (France) and Kanazawa, made an exhibition at the Fine Arts School of Kanazawa on July 7th (supported by the local newspaper 北國新聞社). She presents about fifty pieces, dealing with a sensitive calligraphic research Franco-Japanese.
In Nancy, Charlotte studied the technique of French calligraphy, or how to trace beautiful, perfect letters. She arrived at Kanazawa in April, and practiced Japanese calligraphy while interacting with calligraphy artists.
In the exhibition, many works have shown unreadable words by their graphic deformation, notably "雷" (thunder) which embodies Kanazawa's deepest image for Charlotte, traces with a very strong line that leaves a big impression, similar to lightning.
Charlotte says "For some work I did dozens of tests before finding the right one. If I can touch people's heart who see my drawings, that's the most important."
Her friend Tomoko Kondo (Kanazawa Fine Arts School Master 1) also collaborated.
In mid-July, Charlotte will leave Kanazawa at the end of her 3-month exchange. 」

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