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Lyn Sullivan

When the offices of Charlie Hebdo were attacked a year ago, urban photographer Lyn Sullivan’s annual Parisian holiday to visit her family turned into an intense, life-changing but ultimately life-affirming journey experienced literally on the streets of Paris. Armed with her camera, Sullivan used her art to capture the spontaneous cri de coeur of grief, rage and hope expressed by stunning graffiti everywhere she walked. Her evocative images from those extraordinary days have been exhibited last year under the title Never Forget at the Allliance Française in Houston. In last November, as I was working on the layout of this page, at that exact time, I heard that Paris suffered another horrifying terrorist attack. As everyone is still working to move forward from this tragedy, I like to reflect on Trevor Noah’s quote “Let’s not forget before we fight to love.”

Profile for John Bernhard

ArtHouston issue#2  

ArtHouston is the ultimate resource for connoisseurs, collectors, and art afficionados. In fact, it is the only print magazine devoted to th...

ArtHouston issue#2  

ArtHouston is the ultimate resource for connoisseurs, collectors, and art afficionados. In fact, it is the only print magazine devoted to th...

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