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Delhomme on fashion and art

I have already wrote about Jean Philippe Delhomme’s caricatures and illustrations in this blog . I am a fan! In “Dressed for Art”, a show at the French Institute Alliance Francaise in New York, the French satirist portrays the world of Art and Fashion and its excesses with so much humour. I love a rainy Sunday at the Museum : they all wear rubber boots !


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What I am looking forward to in the weeks to come
– Reviews on David Hockney ‘David Hockney: A Bigger Picture’ at the London Royal Academy of Arts, and a ticket please!
– NY Fashion week from Feb 9-16 for next Fall 2012. Colors and pretty shoes, please!
– Jean-Philippe Delhomme at FIAF Gallery Dressed for Art opening on Tuesday, February 28. Can’t wait to see his brilliant caricatures. An original please!
– The March issue of Newsweek by Tina Brown, a special Madmen and Sixties issue. The magazine please!
– Jean Paul Gaultier at the gala of the Lycee français, March 17. An autograph please!

Anything else important I forgot?…. non bonuses, bitter cold, winter forever, no more AAA for France, a failing euros, a mormon candidate… cannot think of anything else really important
And you?


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Jean-Philippe Delhomme… and Sophie-Anne

French illustrator Jean-Philippe Delhomme is showing 8 drawings, 8 New York scenes, at the  Danzinger Projects in Chelsea.

Portrait of Jean-Philippe at the gallery

The real Jean-Philippe as featured in his blog.


Among the scenes, there is a great sequence ( 3 drawings total) on Marina Abramovic’s live show “The Artist is Present” at the MOMA. She is sitting in her red outfit across the table from a viewer. There is also a great drawing on Central Park coyote, a permanent feature on Delhomme’s blog. “It was on a lonely path just by the pond that I saw the coyote, standing very still, and looking straight at me. I had read about the coyote in the park in New York Magazine, but thought it was an hoax aimed at making their readers believe in urban magic while they’re in line at Whole Foods.”

Jean Philippe Delhomme is a fashion illustrator

and a culture chronicler whose works have appeared in many magazines, including The Los Angeles Time , GQ and many more. Recently, he has signed all the ads for the new Mark residence hotel in New York designed by Jacques Grange.

He has moved to New York a year ago with his family. His witty wife, Sophie-Anne just published a book in French exploring images from her past, her childhood in Africa. “Quitter Dakar” ( Rouergue)

They are a wonderful couple and all they do is worth checking out!


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