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Despite current austerity and latent withdrawal, there are many reasons to exhibit at the Salon d'Automne : -The Salon d'Automne is the showcase of the innovative artistic trends of the twentieth century where the most prestigious names of modern [...]
Prestigious showcase, world famous for all major artistic trends since 1903, the Salon d'Automne has, for many years, established its brilliant annual presence under the pavilions of the Avenue des Champs-Elysees in Paris in October. Exceptional meeting of more [...]
The exhibition of the Salon d'Automne in Cyprus, an initiative of Michèle ANSERMET PAPADOPOULOS as part of the event "Pafos European Capital of Culture 2017" and Sylvie KOECHLIN, president of the Salon d'Automne, with financial and logistical support of [...]
This great book lists each exhibitors from the origin to today, each archived poster and catalog cover is printed with some information about the author. This book is produced with the partnership of lelivredart, to have more information, please click HERE Pre-order with lelivreart
The artist painter, Yvon Taillandier, Patron 2017 of the Salon d'Automne, passed away the 3rd March 2018, in Avignon, France. Born in Paris in 1926, Yvon Taillandier revealed his talent for drawing from the age of 13. He exhibited his first portraits in 1942 at the “Art Français” gallery in Lyon. Figurative and narrative, his work is as much to be seen as to be read. He calls it “liberating figuration”, the viewer “feels as free as the artist, and even more so”. His voluntarist, radical vision, concerns as much the world of magic as it does politics or fantasy. He uses all types of media: canvas, cardboard, paper, newspaper, wood, clothing, walls, furniture, suitcases, pottery, books, banners, cars, frescos for public buildings, etc. A committed artist, he uses the movements that existed during the second half of the 20th century to express himself: the decolonization, anti-apartheid, peace and Human Rights movements, etc. At 91 years old, Yvon Taillandier is considered as the father of the “free figuration” embodied by many artists, in particular Robert Combas, Keith Harring, Jean Michel Basquiat, Hervé Di Rosa, etc.