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Soulages, verre cartons des vitraux de Conques

soulages conques Cliché F. Jaulmes ©ADAGP, 2010

12 February 2010 - 1 May 2010

L’exposition Soulages, Verre Cartons des vitraux de Conques, présentée dans la cour Germaine Richier à l’entrée des collections permanentes du musée Fabre, expose le travail de recherche de Pierre Soulages, de 1986 à 1994, pour la réalisation exceptionnelle des 104 vitraux de l’abbatiale de Conques.

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Stéphane Bordarier

Stéphane Bordarier, 3.III.2009, atelier de l'artiste © Pierre Schwartz

15 January 2010 - 17 April 2010

Le travail pictural de Stéphane Bordarier, par ses recherches sur la qualité de la couleur et de surface, lui confère une position singulière sur la scène artistique française.

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Philippe Hosiasson, les années 50

Philippe Hosiasson, La steppe, 1956, huile sur toile, 1,62x1,30 m., coll. part., droits réservés © DR

9 December 2009 - 6 March 2010

Né à Odessa en 1898, Philippe Hosiasson fait partie de cette génération d’artistes installés en France dans l’entre-deux guerre qui fut baptisée « Ecole de Paris ». Résolument abstrait à partir de 1947, il est remarqué par le célèbre critique américain Clément Greenberg, et le marchand Samuel Kootz, qui fait don de plusieurs de ses toiles au Musée d’art de l’université de Virginia.

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Jean Raoux (1677-1734)

Exposition Jean Raoux

27 November 2009 - 10 April 2010

Jean Raoux (1677-1734) is, along with Sébastien Bourdon, Joseph-Marie Vien, François-Xavier Fabre and Frédéric Bazille, one of the great french artists born in Languedoc. The painter, a contemporary of Antoine Watteau, actively participated in the revival of French painting during the Regency. Virtuoso, sensual, elegant, Jean Raoux truly merits that his home town dedicates a major exhibition to him.

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Pierre Buraglio : An aerial view

Pierre Buraglio, Masquage plein, 1980 A.Ricci © Galerie Jean Fournier, Paris © ADAGP, Paris 2009

9 October 2009 - 2 January 2010

The Musée Fabre pays homage to Pierre Buraglio, one of the most distinctive artists from the group Supports-Surfaces. He claims to be a painter as he positions himself within the history of painting. Yet, he has created his own universe made from the juxtaposition of small sections of canvas, bits of papers; always inexpensive or everyday material which he describes with the expression “the French toast economy”.

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Pierrette Bloch

Expo bloch © D.R.

9 July 2009 - 25 September 2009

Celebrated in 2002 in the Centre Pompidou, Pierrette Bloch is now one of the main figures of painting in France. Her work, in the same time discreet through the means and fascinating by its creativeness, is one of the most original of our time. During the last fifty years, Pierrette Bloch enlarged the territory of painting, bringing her steps where no one before her dared to venture. With obstination, she imposed a vocabulary made of ink and matter, where each stain is the germ of a new universe.

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Alfons Mucha (1860-1939)

affiche mucha + logo fondation mucha

19 June 2009 - 19 September 2009

This summer the Musée Fabre welcomes the Czech painter Alfons Mucha (1860-1939), one of the most popular Art Nouveau artists. His success in Paris was particularly due to the great Sarah Bernhardt with whom, honour-bound, the exhibition begins; with portraits, costumes and even recordings of her voice.
This exhibition was distinguished with the label of ‘National Interest’ for 2009 by the Ministry of Culture and Communication.

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Exceptionally, the exhibition Alfons Mucha will be opened every day until September 20, on monday, tuesday, thursday, friday, saturday and sunday from 10 A.M to 8 P.M and on wednesday from 1 P.M to 9 P.M.

Daniel Dezeuze, sculptures

Affiche de l'exposition Daniel Dezeuze © Montpellier Agglomération

8 May 2009 - 27 June 2009

Daniel Dezeuze is a historically important artist and amongst the most significant of the contemporary French scene. He has exhibited in many museums and galleries in France as well as throughout Europe and North America. After many years of fruitful contact it was time for the musée Fabre to pay homage to the career of an artist who had not yet had a personal exhibition in the museum.

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Abstractions (1956-2006)

Martin Barré, 74-75T © Droits réservés

3 April 2009 - 16 May 2009

The Société Générale bank company is a prominent patron of Contemporary art since 1995, when they began to gather a very rich collection. It is now made of more than 170 artworks and offers a large panorama of the plastic creation from the 1970s until nowadays. This collection is very diversified, privileging no style or school. Three main streams have appeared through time: painting, photography and sculpture. This engagement has been reconducted eahc and every year through acquisitions of works by contemporary artists (Bertrand Lavier, Laurent Pariente, Philippe Ramette, Pascal Pinaud…).

Initially, this collection was destined to decorate the workspaces of the collaborators. Following the interest of mainstream audiences for Contemporary art, the Société Générale decided in 2003 to regularly lend some of its works to museums in France and Europe.

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Tribute to Eve Gramatzki (1935-2003)

Eve Gramatzki, M 145 © Musée Fabre / Montpellier Agglomération

6 March 2009 - 25 April 2009

In 2005 the donation by Marc Jaulmes (Montpellier artist and collector) of fifteen works by the artist now enables the Musée Fabre to carry out their aspiration to pay homage to this painter and designer who made her mark both within the Parisian art world and in the Languedoc-Roussillon region (Anduze, Arles, Montpellier, Narbonne).

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