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LEMAIRE, DANIELLE - Lucia Pamela: The Story of a Document Humain

Edition of 250. In 1998 Danielle Lemaire got to know the music and drawings of Lucia Pamela (United States, 1904-2002). She felt an immediate affinity with Pamelas -relatively unknown- work. Since then Danielle Lemaire works on a comprehensive project around this eccentric lady -¢‚Ǩ‚Äú including a documentary film (85 minutes), photographs, films, drawings, music, audio-and book publications and a comprehensive archive of correspondence-and research materials.

Lucia Pamela, entertainer,outsider artist, first woman on the moon and Miss St.Louis in 1927, was leader of one of the first female swingbands in the 1920s and 30s in the South of the United States and made the album Into Outer Space With Lucia Pamela in 1969.

The music and songs on this LP are about Lucias trip to the moon and are recorded there. The LP (label Gulfstream Records) in the meantime has become a rare collectors item.

Danielle Lemaire researched the progression and production of this wonderous album and the remarkable life of Lucia Pamela. Amongst those Danielle Lemaire received support from Pamelas grandson, Hollywood filmmaker, Dale Rosenbloom. He commissioned Lemaire to make a documentary on his grandmother when he noticed the flourishing friendship between Lemaire and Pamela.

Danielle met Pamela several times, befriended her and her "American Dream" family, who are owners of the football team The St.Louis Rams.This was a unique entrance into the life Lucia Pamela and her family-that otherwise would have remained closed." - Inner Landscapes.
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