Biennale de Paris 2019

CLAUDE ET PIERRE BURAGLIO

À l’épreuve

du 9 octobre au 8 novembre 2019

vernissage le jeudi 10 octobre 2019 à partir de 18h30 en présence des artistes

 

Galerie Univer/Colette Colla – 6 cité de l’Ameublement 75011 Paris. Métro. Faidherbe – Chaligny . Tél. 01 43 67 00 67 univer@galerieuniver.com www.galerieunniver.com

 

Alexandre Hollan at Châteauvert

Centre d’Art contemporain de Châteauvert
Chemin de la Réparade
83670 Châteauvert
July 6 – December 1, 2019

Anna Mark at Royan

Centre d’Art Plastiques,

19, quai Amiral Meyer, Voûtes du Port, Royan

Exposition jusqu’au 29 septembre 2019

www.cap-royan.com

Retrospective exhibition of Vincent Bioulès at the Musée Fabre

Exhibition from June 15 to October 6, 2019

 

Musée Fabre 

 39 Boulevard Bonne Nouvelle,

34000 Montpellier

GUY DE MALHERBE AT GALERIE DU CANON

Exhibition at  Galerie du Canon in Toulon :
Marie-Line Costantini
Geoffroy Gross
Guy de Malherbe

February 16 – May 5, 2018

Opening on Thursday, February 15 at 6pm

www.galerieducanon.com

PIERRE BURAGLIO – LA CANOPÉE – Poésie et peinture

EXHIBITION FROM 18 JULY TO 23 AUGUST

HEZO WORKSHOP
6 Impasse Bihan
56450 LE HEZO

Thierry le Saëc is a painter, engraver and publisher of artists’ books with the canopy editions, where poetry and painting work, as he says beautifully, to create a “third body”. François Jeune is hosting in his Breton studio an exhibition bringing together the magazine La Canopée, painters’ books and the works of 41 artists invited by Thierry le Saëc to participate – including Pierre Buraglio, Robert Christien, Monique Frydman, Frédérique Lucien, François Morellet, Claude Viallat and Bernard Moninot.

Taking advantage of the “day-to-day colour” that gives the theme to the fourth edition of Normandie Impressionniste, the Louviers museum is hosting an exhibition on the relationship between the Impressionists and time. Hé-téroclite, the ensemble brings together painters from the group such as Pissarro, Monet, Signac or Renoir, but also the lesser-known Charles Frechon, Léon-Jules Le-maître or Albert Lebourg, often gathered under the banner of the “School of Rouen”. A way of showing that these artists of the same generation, who often rubbed shoulders with each other, were motivated by similar intentions.