Maya Kaleem

The Alliance Française is pleased to introduce you to Maya Kaleem, professionnal photographer. She will organise the exhibition "The Seeker / Le Chercheur" at our Alliance Française office in Scottsdale.

The Opening of the exhibition will take place on Friday June 16th, 2017, from 6pm to 8pm. Maya Kaleem will be here to welcome you. Our exhibit will be followed by a wine and cheese reception. 


Maya Kaleem was born and raised in  Hungary and has lived in various countries such as France and the United States. 

After her studies she worked as a marketing consultant for some companies and she also worked as an artistic project manager.

 

 

 

 

In addition to her experiences, she participated to several exhibitions in different countries, in particular: 

- the Hungarian Cultural Centre - Balassi Institute in London, UK from March to May of 2017 for the exhibition "Sculptures come to life",

- the National Museum of Mathematics (MOMATH) in New York, NY.

 

 

 

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Francine Priston

Francine Priston is born in Paris, France. She is gratuated from the University Superior of Paris Decoration Art where she was a student of Edouard Mac'Avoy, work famous portraitist.

She taught Art at St Croix College, near to Paris and was a fashion photographer assistant during the 1970's for Jean-Pierre Ehgner. She is also a member of the European Fine Art Academy.

Francine Priston has created the "Atmosphere" Art Exhibition and has been the director of this exhibition during the 1980's and the 1990's. She exhibited her art and won many prizes and medals in many exhibitions in different countries, such as:

  • Silver medal at the International Grand Prix de la Baie des Anges in Nice, France in 1975,
  •  Gingerbread, Key West, Florida in 1977,
  • Silver medal at the Art Expo Coliseum in New York in 1980,
  • Silver medal at the Osaka International Festival in 1980.

If you want to contact her: fpriston@noos.fr / (480) 588-6214.

 

 

Francine Priston is painting on oil canvas but also on glass. For her, "color is a visual emotion, the more you look at it, the bigger the emotion becomes". Color is permanent expression of herself.

Francine Priston is painting on oil canvas but also on glass. For her, "color is a visual emotion, the more you look at it, the bigger the emotion becomes". Color is permanent expression of herself.