" Alone in the 60's "
We dedicate our new exhibition to Michel Macréau. For this exhibition, we have selected about forty paintings and drawings from the artist's major period, the 1960s.
From 12 September to 26 October 2019Discover
" Les chemins d'Édith Dufaux "
The Alain Margaron gallery exhibits about forty works by Edith Dufaux, mainly monotypes, sometimes in large scale, and a few paintings.
From 13 June to 27 July 2019Discover
" Exhibition : to the discovery of Bernard Réquichot "
The Alain Margaron gallery exhibits thirty-five works by the artist from 1955 to his death in 1961. On this occasion, Flammarion publishes an important monograph by Jean-François Chevrier, presented at the gallery.
From 18 April to 27 July 2019Discover
" Par-delà la Nature "
We present a solo exhibition dedicated to René Laubiès that echoes a concomitant exhibition dedicated to the artist at the Musée of l'Abbaye Sainte-Croix des Sables d'Olonne.
From 7 February to 23 March 2019Discover
From September 20th to November 10th, the Alain Margaron gallery will feature for the first time a one-man show consecrated to Jean Hélion (1904-1987). Fifty-some works on canvas and paper will be presented, works he created between 1928...
From 20 September 2018 to 10 November 2018Discover
25 years of passion
" oeuvres de : Boix-Vives, Cojan, Dado, Fred Deux, Édith Dufaux, Clara Fierfort, Godeg, Robert Groborne, Jean Hélion, InSook Hong, René Laubiès, François Lunven, Michel Macréau, Zoran Music, François Lunven, Bernard Réquichot "
Works by : Boix-Vives, Cojan, Dado, Fred Deux, Édith Dufaux, Clara Fierfort, Godeg, Robert Groborne, Jean Hélion, InSook Hong, René Laubiès, François Lunven, Michel Macréau, Zoran Music, François Lunven, Bernard Réquichot.
From 15 November 2018 to 6 February 2019Discover
Finally, it’s a rather nice thought that the Réquichot myth is embodied in the reality of a work launched like a bottle thrown to the sea sixty years ago. A work he didn’t want to show and we discover in its full amplitude only now.
Discover our new book HÉLION, by Henry-Claude Cousseau (September 2018, Alain Margaron Editeur), available at the gallery.