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Deauville - from August 1 to September 18

LA COW PARADE MAKES A CINEMA IN DEAUVILLE
The Cow Parade is an exhibition of fiberglass cow sculptures held in various cities around the world. Since its creation in 1998, more than 7500 cows have been decorated by as many artists, 85 cities have welcomed them around the world, 450 million fans have loved them and 35 million euros have been donated to charities.

In 2017, the Cow Parade is set for cinema time. It is successively organized in the Gardens of three Barrière Hotels in France. In Deauville, the cows will settle in the Gardens of the Hôtel Barrière Le Normandy from Tuesday August 1 to September 18, after being exhibited at La Baule and Dinard.

THE CONCEPT OF THE COW PARADE MAKES ITS CINEMA IN 3 WORDS:
> ART: Sculptures of cows are decorated solo or in duo by a personality of the cinema and an artist of all kinds. They then become works of art, exhibited in the street. The Cow Parade is constantly being renewed.
> PLEASURE: Colorful and creative cows are exhibited to the delight of children and adults.
> GENEROSITY: At the end of each Cow Parade, artists' cows are auctioned for the benefit of an Association. This year, the sale will benefit the RÊVE DE CINÉMA association in the presence of its president, Lambert Wilson, who is also the godfather of La Cow Parade fait son cinéma. / Em>.

2 GREAT INNOVATIONS IN 2017
> Small cows in a Cow Parade ... A great idea! A herd of around 40 small cows, accompanied by a few “large” cows, will be present in the Gardens of the Hotel Barrière Le Normandy. The Little Cow is easier for artists to customize, cuter to look at, and easier to acquire.
> An imposed theme: Cinema! A first for a Cow Parade. The challenge asked of artists by imposing the theme of cinema is not easy to meet. Impossible mission ? no. Operation Thunder, yes! The challenge has been successfully met, since the whole herd, maxi and mini, proudly dressed in emblematic films chosen and "staged" by talented artists and lovers of the 7th art.