1 - 10 June 2021
Sweet Dreams is part of a project initiated by the British filmmaker Lee Shulman that seeks to preserve a certain collective memory of the late 20th century from a collection of abandoned slides. The
Anonymous Project is a rising star, after the presentation of the photographic series at The House at the Rencontres d'Arles, at the Polka Factory and then at the Agnès B fab, The Anonymous Project appears as a kaleidoscopic diary of shared moments, bringing into play all the social and cultural milieus that, as early as the 1950s, had direct access to color film. On the occasion of Saint Germain Parcours, Sorbonne Artgallery will have the pleasure of presenting an exclusive collection of The Anonymous Project which, until now, has remained very confidential. In addition, The Anonymous Project will flood the Saint-Germain district with posters from their immense collection, printed in more than 1500 copies.
At 40 years old, Lee Shulman gravitates in the film industry. He currently lives and works between Paris and London. He first worked as a production assistant for Ridley Scott Associates on various commercials and music videos. In 1998, he graduated from the University of Westminster with a BA Hons in Film Video and Photographic Arts. He created the concept of The Anonymous Project and recently wrote, shot and produced his first television series for Canal+.