Six Views of Palestine


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Report on the exhibition “Six regards pour la Palestine [Six Views of Palestine]” by Angélique Berhault and Eloïse Fournier.  The exhibition took place from 10 to 25 May 2007 at the Théâtre Molière in Brussels.  Six artists exhibited their works there: Michel Najjar, Eduardo Cereceda, Marcel De Munnynck, Pascal Ducourant, Ben Heine, and Blaise Patrix.  Berhault interviewd (by order of appearance) Pascal Ducourant (photographer), Ben Heine (cartoonist), and Mohamed Nofal (Palestinian visitor); and Fournier interviewed Heine and Ducourant.

Angélique Berhault and Eloïse Fournier are students at Ihecs (Institut des Hautes Etudes des Communications Sociales, a high school specializing in journalism and communication located in Brussels, Belgium).

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