Corey Helford Gallery Unveils Exhibit Celebrating Anniversary of ‘The Little Prince’

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Los Angeles’s Corey Helford Gallery  has announced its partnership with Le Petit Prince® for a group exhibition to commemorate 75 years of one of the most beloved and influential novels of all time, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince. “Looking with the Heart: The Little Prince” 75th anniversary group show features new works from 65 artists from around the globe, celebrating the theme “Looking with the Heart.”

 

 In the book, we follow a mysterious little prince as he departs from his asteroid (“B-612”) and travels from one neighboring planet to another searching for connection and meaning after feeling taken for granted by his beautiful but demanding rose.

 

 

Saint-Exupéry, a pioneering aviator, best-selling writer and humanist, wrote The Little Prince in 1943. First published in New York, the book was published three years later in France in 1946. Timeless in its imagery and message, the story continues to resonate with readers of all ages through its themes of respect for humanity, friendship, authenticity, and charity. To date, the book has sold over 200 million copies.

 

 CHG joins a roster of more than 40 North American licensed brands committed to preserving and sharing the powerful story of The Little Prince for generations to come.

 

 

 

Artists featured here include: Mayuka Yamamato, Huang Po Hsun, Andrew Brandou, Kazuki Takamatsu, Steven Kenny, and Camilla d’Errico.

 

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