From 30 June to 30 December 2017 - ISSOUDUN, Musée de l'Hospice Saint-Roch.


An International Exhibition.

We are delighted to par­tic­i­pate with the Museum of L’Hospice Saint-Roch in Issoudun to the organ­i­sa­tion of an exhi­bi­tion of round works (paint­ings, reliefs, draw­ings, prints and pho­tographs) by 50 con­tem­po­rary artists who epit­o­mise the var­ious artistic trends of the 20th cen­tury, 31 of whom are from the col­lec­tion of Claude and France Lemand:

Shafic Abboud, Pat Andrea, Assadour, Dia Al-Azzawi, Dan Barichasse, Farid Belkahia, Mahjoub Ben Bella, Abdallah Benanteur, Gianni Bertini, Pierre-Marc de Biasi, Zoulikha Bouabdellah, Jorge Camacho, Daniel Chompré, Philippe Cognée, Vincent Corpet, Marinette Cueco, Dahmane, César Doméla, Fritz Glarner, Henri Goetz, Saul Kaminer, Souleymane Keita, Joël Kermarrec, Mohammad O. Khalil, Kim En Joong, Peter Klasen, Manabu Kochi, Rachid Koraichi, Jean Le Moal, Bengt Lindström, Hussein Madi, Najia Mehadji, Jean-Michel Meurice, François Morellet, Kevork Mourad, Mario Murua, Bernard Rancillac, Guy de Rougemont, Georges Rousse, Abderrazak Sahli, Jean-Marc Scanreigh, Gérard Schlosser, Antonio Segui, Awad Al-Shimi, Hervé Télémaque, Gérard Titus-Carmel, Vladimir Velickovic, Claude Viallat, Jacques Villeglé, Charles Hossein Zenderoudi.

These 50 artists of the exhi­bi­tion AROUND THE WORLD THROUGH TONDOS come from 26 coun­tries, spread across 4 con­ti­nents: Algeria, Argentina, Belgium, Chili, Cuba, Egypt, France, Germany, Haiti, Iraq, Iran, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Mexico, Morocco, The Netherlands, Senegal, South Korea, Sudan, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Tunisia, U.S.A., Yougoslavia.

The aim of the exhi­bi­tion cat­a­logue we have pub­lished for this show is to pre­sent to the readers and vis­i­tors an his­tor­ical overview of the Tondo, from Antiquity to the pre­sent day, through a selec­tion of around thirty works that will com­ple­ment the works on dis­play in Issoudun. Our cat­a­logue will focus on the key moments during which this artistic format flour­ished and on a choice of some leading artists who used it throughout the cen­turies.

Translated from French by Valérie Didier-Hess.

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