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Art in My Window: Hervé Tullet’s Ideal Exhibition at Home

Families and art lovers seeking meaningful entertainment during the COVID-19 confinement period are invited to attend a free virtual art workshop on the Cultural Services’ Facebook Page on Saturday, April 25, 2020 at 11:30 a.m. EST. The workshop will be led by artist Hervé Tullet, author of the New York Times bestselling book, Press Here, and La Petite Ecole NYC French preschool. 

Live from his Harlem home at the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic––New York City––Tullet will lead a whimsical, flexible, and carefully-curated workshop on making flower-themed art using supplies readily available to participants in their homes. Participants will be encouraged to display their artwork in their windows after the workshop, creating a joyful and colorful scene for neighbors and passersby to see.  

An extension of the Ideal Exhibition project, created in 2018 by Hervé Tullet and Tobo Studio, Art in My Window draws from Tullet’s conviction that creating art should be an approachable, fun, and lively activity: Can an exhibition take place in a shoebox? In a museum? In a window? Of course! Anything’s possible. 

Flower Workshop with Hervé Tullet 
Saturday, April 25, 2020, 11:30 a.m. EST
Facebook Live @FrenchCultureUS

Explore Hervé Tullet's creative projects at home with this activity book, available for purchase online with Albertine. 



Hervé Tullet's First Encounter with Art 


On Boredom 


On Ideas 


Art in My Window Workshop with La Petite Ecole NYC


Post your artwork on Instagram with hashtags #artinmywindow and #desfleurspourtous

Learn more about the Ideal Exhibition