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François Rouan is one of those who have seen Matisse. The paper cut-outs of the years 1965-1966 bear witness to this.
For nearly forty years, Christian Bonnefoi’s work has stood in a very special place on the painting scene and, more generally, in the history of contemporary art.
Self-taught French sculptor and painter Jacques Brown began painting in 1945 and sculpting in 1949.
Titus-Carmel was born in 1942 in Paris. Since the 60’s he has devoted himself exclusively to drawing, painting and writing.
Jackie Matisse, granddaughter of Henri Matisse and daughter of Pierre Matisse who had a famous gallery in New York, was born in 1931.
Anne and Patrick POIRIER create an original and poetic dialogue with the Convent of La Tourette, Le Corbusier’s masterpiece, “tinged with the whiteness of the walls.”
To mark the fiftieth anniversary of the priory of La Tourette, the artist F. Morellet was invited to stage an exhibition of his works that would resonate with Le Corbusier's architecture.
“Light has this unique quality, of being at once material and immaterial... light speaks” Éric Michel.
The Dominican brothers of the priory of La Tourette have invited three artists to stage an exhibition of theirs works that would resonate with Le Corbusier's architecture.
For many years now, Martin Bruneau has been working from paintings of the great masters of the classical period such as Rembrandt, Velasquez, Courbet, Pousins or even Philippe de Champaigne.
The artist’s intervention planned outside of Kernault’s mansion aims at reinterpreting the place and seeks a dialogue between the walls of the mansion and the surrounding park.
In subsequent years, Dougherty has developed a body of work that seems to fly through trees, overtake buildings, and define, in his stand-alone structures, a kind of modern primitive architecture.
V. Klotz has been developing a singular creation, somewhat marginal in the field of contemporary art, centered on the artistic beauty of our relationships with animals and nature.
The artefact in Érik Samakh’s work points at the artist’s image as a hunter-gatherer.
Roland Cognet catalyzes the four primary elements - mineral, vegetable, animal and human - in one sculptural body. This formed one of the major themes in his work of the early 80s.
Bob Verschueren plays on the fragility of things and the pieces he creates interpret this idea of ephemeral Nature.
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