4 November 2011 - 11 February 2012
This exhibition is being shown in rooms 49 to 52 on the first floor, and rooms 41 and 42 on the second floor of the Museum.
Born and educated in Montpellier, Vincent Bioulès leads critical thought on the foundations of painting itself. He was a founding member of the group of French artists who began the ‘Supports/Surfaces’ avant-garde movement at the beginning of the 1970s, before later returning to the figurative. Whilst learning his craft, he was a diligent practitioner of drawing. He has continued to devote himself tirelessly to the study and exercise of design throughout his career, thus forming a huge body of work which accompanies and highlights his paintings.