Trouville-sur-Mer: young author Victor Lucbernet unveils a collection of illustrated poems

Trouville-sur-Mer: young author Victor Lucbernet unveils a collection of illustrated poems
Trouville-sur-Mer: young author Victor Lucbernet unveils a collection of illustrated poems

By Editorial Le Pays d’Auge
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10 May 24 at 7:00

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Originally from Trouville-sur-Mer (Calvados), Victor Lucbernet at 22 years old, he is student in Beauvais to become engineer in healthy eating to “take care of my health and that of others through food,” he explains.

For him, taking care of his body is important, but take care of your head Also. He writes a little every day. He writes for himself, but also to help others; “ I write what I wish someone had said to me when I wasn’t feeling well », he explains, knowing that he started writing after a heartbreak.

He writes to “get better”

Very curiously, while Victor doesn’t like reading, he started writing to get better.

Writing is for him a refuge and a way to express your feelings.

I write mainly about love. I’m talking about the search for oneself, the search for others, the search for happiness. Writing helped me understand the couple, the friendship. This book is therefore a long journey towards some semblance of healing.

Victor Lucbernet

A second book, illustrated poems

After The claws of winterVictor has just published, under the pseudonym Emile Bernet, I will find peacea collection of illustrated poems, partially by itself. “I put my whole soul into it,” he confides.

His book is on sale on the Fnac, Amazon and Decitre websites. It will also be available at the Blaise Factory from May 12 to 19, 2024during the exhibition of the painter Bettina Pell (read box).

On the occasion of the opening Saturday May 11 from 6:30 p.m. and weekends, the author will be on hand to sign his collection.

Bettina Pell exhibits at the Blaise Factory

Bettina Pell was born in Argentina to a French mother and an Argentine father of English origin. After extensive artistic training, she opened her studio in 1990 where she developed an activity as a visual artist and graphic designer. Today she devotes herself to drawing and painting, ceramics and photography. His works are nourished by the multiplicity of his practices. She exhibits regularly on both sides of the Atlantic.
At the Blaise Factory, with her exhibition entitled “the improbable herbarium” she invites us to discover plants. It will present paintings and cyanotypes, photographic prints whose compositions combine botanical drawings and real plants. As Anne Yanover, art historian, indicates: “Bettina Bell deploys formal and sensitive reflection, playful and rigorous, around plants”.

Exhibition from May 11 to 19 from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Blaise Factory, impasse Jean-Luc Blaise, at 62, rue des Bains, in Trouville-sur-Mer.

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