Rosy Lamb graduated from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 1999 with a degree in sculpture and painting. Two years later, she moved to Paris to become an assistante d'atelier. Since 2003 Rosy has had her own studio in the 14th arrondissement. She has had solo shows in Philadelphia, Paris, and Boston and participated in group shows in Hong Kong and New York. She will be working in the poet's room above the bookshop during the festival. Each day five people can come and rest while she paints them for an hour. She is inviting Festival participants to sign up for a session. At the end of every day, the studio will be open to the public from 19:00-20:00. www.rosylamb.com
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Bobby Niven is a Scottish visual artist. His artwork involves mongrel forms that attempt to make visible conjunctions between memory, misrecognition and metamorphosis. For FestivalandCo he will be making something out of spectacle lenses. www.bobbyniven.co.uk
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Justin Westover is a British photographer based in Paris whose work has appeared in numerous magazines including Another Magazine, GQ, Italian Vogue, Rolling Stone, The Independent on Saturday, Guardian Weekend and The Sunday Times Magazine. In the course of his work as a fashion and portrait photographer he has worked with bands and musicians including Moloko, Jay Kay, Paul Weller, and Bobby Gillespie. He has collaborated with many British artists including Mat Collishaw, Sam Taylor Wood and Jake & Dinos Chapman. Justin will be taking a series of portraits of participating authors for this year's Festival. www.justinwestover.com
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