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Sculptures
Michèle TRÉDÉ
Michèle GRIVEAU-THIERREE
Laurent MUSTEL
Danielle YVETOT
Gaëtane DECHAUFOUR
Catherine MONTHULÉ
Yvelise HOLOPHERNE
Gilda CAMPANELLA-BORDAS
Jaime LIQUITO
Maxime PLANCQUE
Caroline SUDRE
Karla SCHOPPE (paintings-sculptures)
Murielle VISSAULT
Annie-Claude FERRANDO
Didier POISSON
Philippe MOREL
Patrice DELAUNE
Josy DESVAUX
Michèle AMBLARD
Marianne MONNOYE-TERMEER
Alain TRIBALLEAU
Marc CHIASSAÏ
Dominique BACHELET
THEO
Jean-François GLABIK
Jaime LIQUITO
Monique ORI
Catherine CHANTALOU
Catherine MONTHULÉ
GILDA
Isabelle ZEO
Bertrand de GRAVÉE
Stéphane GIMMY
Jean-Paul BEGOT
JURGA
Eric DESBOUIS
Christine LARIVIÈRE

2017
November - Caty BANNEVILLE
October - Yves GUEZET
September - Gaston HÉLIE
July - Armelle NORMAND
June - Anne-Marie HOUDEVILLE
May - Maryse PIERI
April - Eric DELACOUR
March - Christian RONCERAY
February - Jean SALOU
January - Julia LEGOUX

2016
December - Jean-Pierre LE FÈVRE
November - Jean-Luc LANGLOIS
October - Jean-Claude QUINETTE
September - Patrick WARAVKA
July - Thierry CITRON
June - Denis HERNANDEZ
May - Roger COURTOIS
April - Jean-Pierre FRUIT
March - Pierre COUCHAUX
February - László MINDSZENTI
January - DESSINS

2015
December - Bernard ORANGE
November - Jane PLANSON
October - Régis MARÉCHAL
September - Agnès HÉMERY
July - Marthe MOTTET
June - REGISS
May - VANDI
April - René VARDON
March - Bernard SOREL
February - Eliane PRADEL
January - Gérard BEAUJARD

2014
December - Yvelise HOLOPHERNE
November - Gaston HELIE
October - Anne-Marie HOUDEVILLE
September - Claude QUIESSE
July - Henri THOMAS
June - Jean-Serge SEILER
May - ANDRE LE NOIR
April - Thierry CITRON
March - Emmanuel JULIEN
February - Marie-Ange MOIGNOT-LEHEC
January - Pierre GODET

2013
December - Michel MARGUERAY
November - Martha KOLODZIEJ
October - Eric DESBOUIS
September - Roger COURTOIS
August - Vacances 2013 / Holidays 2013
July - Michel CLOS
June - Nicole MARC
May - JURGA
May - Benedicte DEVILLERS
April - Dominique BRETON
March - Alexandra JEANNE-VALES
February - Jean SALOU
January - Jean-Pierre DAUBIN

2012
December - Francoise LEMAITRE-LEROUX
November - Julia LEGOUX
October - Emmanuel DILHAC
September - J-F. CONTREMOULIN
August - Vacances 2012 / Holidays 2012
July - Jacqueline LEMAITRE
June - REGISS
May - Michel LARIVIERE
May - Christine LARIVIERE
April - TRACY
March - Gaston HELIE
February - Jean-Serge SEILER
January - Pierre GODET

2011
December - Bernard ORANGE
November - Michel MARGUERAY
October - Jane PLANSON
September - Jean-Pierre LE FEVRE

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Emmanuel Dilhac's works are spellbinding and intriguing; he is a visionary painter, and an incurable researcher. His exploration of raw and fundamental elements, and his discoveries in the field of prehistoric sounds, music and languages, nourished a long correspondence (several years) with Jean Dubuffet. His painting excludes everything relating to the tensions of the contemporary world; far from being negative, its roots are plunged in mankind's origins and future.

Emmanual Dilhac's research does not represent a historian's analysis but rather a synthesis. His juxtapositions of shapes, signs, and visual narratives reveal germinations, steles, mankind, the sun, and the cosmos: his painting tells a story. In the beginning everything was undifferentiated and muddled in the animal, vegetable, and mineral kingdoms. Out of this world in fusion, the primordial elements are born. Signs and shapes preserve the memory of these origins. The earliest languages, scripts and art forms were abstract. Emmanuel Dilhac's painting is sculpture, his sculpture is also painting, his alphabets are cosmic and vehicles of ancestral memory. His works convey the idea of the fusion and expansion of the universe, corresponding to the key moment when shape became sign and sign became shape. In coming full circle, he plunges us once more into the original universe.

His semiotic research reveals the world's hidden origins. His work treats a whole cosmogony, and creates a spiritual synthesis of mind and matter. Emmanuel Dilhac's painting is spiritual, portraying an emotion that goes beyond abstraction. It is a road less travelled because it is perhaps ahead of its time; it is the path of tomorrow. Emmanuel Dilhac assumes the role of messenger of things that are beyond our reach, of sacred mysteries. His life becomes a broad script, and his reliefs and materials, which are combined with colour and shape, will one day rise up like a song, like a church organ, like a prayer…

M. SCOT, Art critic



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Current exhibition
from 2nd to 28th November 2017

Agrandir