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Now Showing at Chatham Square Library: Artwork by Christophe Clavier


The curve of a guitar; a kerchiefed woman holding a white chicken; the steeply sloped rooftops of an unknown city; a bird of prey with a long sharp beak.

These are just a few impressions from Christophe Clavier's current show on display at Chatham Square Library, consisting of nine lush paintings full of life and color. This is Clavier's second exhibit at The New York Public Library. Last summer, Mulberry Street Library showcased his artwork, prompting an in-depth "Meet the Artist" Q & A by Senior Librarian Sherri Liberman.  

Clavier's work will be gracing the first floor of Chatham Square Library through the end of March 2012.  


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