Content : Words and colours of a travelling painter.
This collection is loyal to the humanist values that are the opening to the world and the quest for meaning. It explores a unique and original aspect of an area of the world through the eyes of an artist.
In Japanese, sanpo means “walk”. Delphine Priollaud-Stoclet loves Asian streets, and she is delighted to draw them. Her sharpened look of painter and poet invites readers to move.
“My sketches reveal a fleeting moment on sensitive paper.
To engrave my encounter with a story often crossed by chance in my memory.
According to my walks, my favourites and also my dislikes."
Sanpo City is like a notebook of Asian street portraits taken on the spot.
Countries visited in this book: China, Laos, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Japan.
Michel Renaud Award - 1st prize for writing - at the Clermont-Ferrand Travel Diary Encounters in 2018.