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Current Exhibitions

Yvon Lambert - Border stories
Jardins du Bra’Haus I, montée du château (LUXEMBOURG)
From 2017-09-30 to 2018-09-29


Pia Elizondo - The Fall
Institut culturel du Mexique (FRANCE)
From 2017-10-27 to 2018-01-27


José Manuel Navia - Colombia, La Creciente
Bibliothèque Elsa Triolet (FRANCE)
From 2017-11-09 to 2018-01-20


Guillaume Zuili - Smoke & Mirrors
Galerie Clémentine de la Féronnière (FRANCE)
From 2017-11-17 to 2018-02-10


Gérard Rondeau - Paysages
Galeries de la Cour des Jardiniers (FRANCE)
From 2017-11-19 to 2018-02-28


Liz Hingley - Sacred Things: Elalmadinah …To The City
Herbert Art Gallery & Museum (UNITED KINGDOM)
From 2017-12-01 to 2018-02-11


Françoise Huguier - Virtual Seoul
Musée Olympique (SWITZERLAND)
From 2017-12-07 to 2018-03-11


Ad Van Denderen - Jerusalem Stone
Huis Marseille, Museum for Photography (FRANCE)
From 2017-12-09 to 2018-03-04


Denis Dailleux - Ghana
Forum des Arts et de la Culture (FRANCE)
From 2018-01-18 to 2018-02-24


Next exhibitions

Denis Darzacq - Le bel aujourd’hui
l’Orangerie des Musées de Sens (FRANCE)
From 2018-02-03 to 2018-04-30

Résonance du Chemin des Dames à Sarajevo

Gérard Rondeau
Medresa
Saraci 49
Sarajevo (BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA)


From 2014-06-28 to 2014-08-28




For more than twenty years, Gérard Rondeau wanders the tracks of the First World War, from the plains of Flanders to the trenches of Verdun, favoring especially the lands of the Chemin des Dames and those of Champagne.
With the novelist Yves Gibeau (author of the mythical "Allons z’enfants"), a man fascinated by the war 14-18, he travels tirelessly around the places of the tragedy, in search of the ghosts of the Very last one. After the disappearance of Gibeau in 1994, he will be in spite of him the regular witness of his left presbytery and will publish "The Ghosts of the Chemin des Dames" (Seuil).

In Reims - martyred city which will become a symbol for France - whose silent columnist he is for a long time, Rondeau leans on the young surrealists of the Big Game to imagine a personal reading of the destroyed city.
Between 1992 and 1996, Gérard Rondeau makes numerous journeys in the city of besieged Sarajevo, European victim of the last trenches of the century. He finds his friends there, among whom Zlatko Dizdarevic, then editor-in-chief of the daily paper Oslobodenje. Together, they will publish among others "Sarajevo, The Silence, and nothing surrounding" (Actes Sud).

Round trip between Sarajevo and the East of France, in a geography of the war tracks, but also of time, 14-18, 1992-1996, this singular journey of Gérard Rondeau leans on its attendance of both the places of the World War I and those of Bosnia and Herzegovina at war.
Mixing personal stories with his privileged witnesses, the universe of Rondeau entails us in his motionless wanderings on the path of the war, his work shows the pain of the presbytery which is dying, the silence of the bruised landscapes, it speaks about death, about memory and about absence.

Inauguration of the exhibition on Saturday 28th of June 2014 at 11 am.

Exhibitions catalog

Monographic exhibitions

Albert & Verzone
Bacigalupo Martina
Boudjelal Bruno
Brault Philippe
Chapin Jean-Luc
Chivet Sophie
Coulange Olivier
Dailleux Denis
Darzacq Denis
Delpoux Dominique
Descamps Bernard
Deschamps Pierre-Olivier
Desprez Bertrand
Doury Claudine
Duroy Stéphane
Eshraghi Isabelle
Flore Maia
Fontaine François
Gomez Rovira Rodrigo
Goussard Christophe
Grignet Brigitte
Guigui Stanislas
Hingley Liz
Hock Marin
Hopkins Rip
Huguier Françoise
Hyytiäinen Arja
Iuncker Steeve
Lambert Yvon
Lecloux Frédéric
Lekfeldt Thomas
Martin Claire
Mirguet Olivier
Navia José Manuel
Nejmi Malik
Pauquet Claude
Picard Fabrice
Picard Serge
Pierrot Emmanuel
Propeck Agnès
Rearick Anne
Rondeau Gérard
Sauveur David
Sutkus Antanas
Taberna Patrick
Ten Hoopen Pieter
Tillim Guy
Van Denderen Ad
Vanden Eeckhoudt Michel
Wasif Munem
Winship Vanessa
Yankang Yang
Zuili Guillaume

Collective Exhibitions

  • Vu' by Robert Delpire
  • Full Size Nature
  • VU' in Paris
  • European Works

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