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  • BP Art Exchange: Identikit online exhibition 7

    Serendipity, Lovett School, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

  • BP Art Exchange: Identikit online exhibition 2

    Zenitude, Lovett School, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

  • BP Art Exchange: Identikit online exhibition 6

    Innuit, Reay Primary School, London, UK

  • BP Art Exchange: Identikit online exhibition 1

    Amalgame, Lovett School, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

  • BP Art Exchange: Identikit online exhibition 5

    Kermesse, Bellaire High School, Houston, Texas, USA

  • BP Art Exchange: Identikit online exhibition 3

    Zenitude, Lovett School, Lovett School, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

  • BP Art Exchange: Identikit online exhibition 4

    Amalgame, Bellaire High School, Houston, Texas, USA

  • BP Art Exchange: Identikit online exhibition 8

    Bravo, Reay Primary School, London, UK

The current online exhibition features works by pupils from Reay Primary School, London, UK; Bellaire High School, Houston, Texas, USA and Lovett School, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

The pupils visually responded to a selection from 10 words from this year’s edition of Dis moi dix mots - a project initiated by the French Ministry of Culture and Communication, celebrating the linguistic and cultural diversity of the francophone world. If you would like to participate in this exciting initiative exploring Art and Language, login to BP Art Exchange, join the Dix Mots group and upload your artworks.   

The purpose of this annual initiative is for classes to create a collective artistic piece of work responding to a selection of 10 chosen French words, which change each year to represent a specific aspect of the French language.

For more information about the project ‘Dis-moi dix mots que tu accueilles’ please visit the website: www.dismoidixmots.culture.fr

Schools, artists, institutions and learning professionals can submit work to be considered for showing in the online exhibition. The gallery is public and all work is moderated. If you would like us to consider your own learning project for the online exhibition, please email us a selection of up to ten images with captions and a brief summary of the project to bpartexchange@tate.org.uk.