Alpes de Haute Provence. Alexandra David-Neel's rose was created in her honor

Eight years of research and development have led to the creation of a rose by Georges Delbard nurseries, rose gardens, and rose garden that will be named Alexandra David-Neel.

Alpes de Haute Provence. Alexandra David-Neel's rose was created in her honor

Eight years of research and development have led to the creation of a rose by Georges Delbard nurseries, rose gardens, and rose garden that will be named Alexandra David-Neel. This fragrant rose blooms several times per year, particularly in spring and fall. The baptism of this rose will be held at Maison Alexandra-Neel in Digne-les-Bains on Friday, June 3, at 5:30 pm. It will be attended by Jeanne Mascolo de Filippis, the godmother. Jeanne Mascolo de Filippis, a graduate of Tibetan language and civilization, is a great traveler guide, director, and is passionate about Alexandra David-Neel's life.

This flower will thrive in two gardens, the Museum Alexandra David-Neel's and the Cordeliers', both located in the city centre. Roses were also a passion for the writer with the wind soles. This passion resulted in multiple rose purchases for the garden. This is evident in a 1957 letter that Mme. Gosset wrote. The explorer wrote, "Let's plant roses, they will bloom, don't ask for more, just flowering matters,"

This event will also be treated by the Gassendi museum with the exhibition Rose, C'est la Vie, which opens Friday at 7 p.m. The title refers to Marcel Duchamp's work. Nalbandian is an artist who has been exploring the transience and fragility of things for over twenty years. She uses pastel and plaster in her work and combines the fragility of Marseille soap with the eternality of marble in her pieces. Alexandra David-Neel's reader, Nalbandian created a series of works using roses as both material and subject. Rose, c’est la vie also serves as a pretext to explore this theme in contemporary art. This includes the work of approximately thirty artists, their prints, the rose craze through the Gassendi Museum collection, ornamental art, and jewelery. The cabinet is made up 12 showcases and allows for other themes such as ecological aspects, misappropriation, appropriation, and misappropriation. This exhibition will be launched on Saturday and Sunday.

www.alexandra-david-neel.fr ; www.musee-gassendi.org

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