The Bridge, Contemporary Art Exhibition

The Bridge brings together East and West, encompassing culture and religion and following the recent atrocities, is a poignantly timed contemporary art exhibition in Paris. Hosted at the oldest church in the city, the church of Saint Germain des Pres in the Latin Quarter from 2nd to 28th February 2015, the simplicity of the setting juxtaposes the enormity of the message. Artwork from 47 artists of Arab, Persian and Jewish backgrounds hangs from bare walls, or rather from an intricately constructed frame designed to prevent damage to the ancient stone slabs, each artist demonstrating their unique interpretation of this message. The exhibition, co-curated by CARAVAN Founder/President, Rev. Paul-Gordon Chandler and artist, Lilianne Milgrom, will leave Paris to travel throughout Europe including Egypt, London and The Vatican before heading to the United States, closing in 2016.


This unique exhibition is free to enter; pause to reflect the supporting inspirational plaques, each artist describing their interpretation and realisation of ‘The Bridge’.

THE BRIDGE: 2015 CARAVAN Exhibition of Visual Art / Paris: 2-28 February, 2015

Church of Saint Germain des Pres (dans La Chapelle Saint Symphorien)
3, place Saint Germain des Prés, VI, Paris, France (www.eglise-sgp.org)


Opening hours:
Monday through Friday: 17h00 to 20h00
Saturday and Sunday: 12h00 to 20h00
Website: www.oncaravan.org