Before 1991

Centre Culturel Gérard Philipe

  • U+0043-006

    Latin Capital Letter C

  • C Centre Culturel Gérard-Philipe

    Logotype

  • w.n.

    Green offset printing, 3,3 × 4 cm

  • Brétigny Aujourd'hui, №29, p. 44

    09.1987

 

1991

  • Jean-Pierre Vielfaure
  • “A Collection For The City Of Brétigny”

1990

  • Jean-Pierre Pincemin

1989

  • “Inside…/ Outside…/ Proposals (7)”

1988

  • Espace Jules Verne's inauguration

1987

  • “Inside…/ Outside…/ Proposals (6)”

1986

  • “Inside…/ Outside…/ Proposals (5)”

1985

  • “Singulars/Plural”, drawings, paintings, objects, relief sculptures and sculptures by Mark Brusse, Claude Gilli, Daniel Milhaud, Daniel Nadaud
  • “Inside…/ Outside…/ Proposals (4)”

1984

  • Paintings by Erro
  • “Inside…/ Outside…/ Proposals (3)”
  • “A Choice By Françoise Denoyelle”, photographs by Raoul Hausmann and Ricardo Gómez Pérez, Pierre Houcmant
  • Drawings and slates by Joël Kermarrec
  • Paintings, drawings by Yannis Kottis and Barrie Hastings

1983

  • Objects, sculptures, drawings, paintings by André Leocat, Catherine Groussard and Françoise Paressant
  • Structures and sculptures by Francis Limerat
  • “Inside…/ Outside…/ Proposals (2)”
  • “About The Body And Its Image”, carte blanche to Françoise Denoyelle, photographs by Pierre Boucher, Olivier Perdrix, Pierre Mercier, Toto Frima, Willy Ronis, Demachy, Raoul Hausmann, Florence Henri, André Kertesz, Germaine Krull, Puyo, Man Ray, Roger Vullliez
  • Sculptures by Eugène van Lamsweerde

1982

  • Paintings by Fernando Pinheiro
  • Drawings, paintings and ceramics by Jan Voss
  • “Inside…/ Outside…/ Proposals (1)”
  • Installations and sculptures by Christine O'Loughlin
  • “Images/Imaginary”, installations and recent works on paper by Didier Mencoboni and recent works on paper by Vicente Pimentel

1981

  • Drawings and paintings by Valerio Adami
  • “Landmarks 1969-1979”, sculptures, objects, paintings, prints and imprints by Christian Jaccard
  • “Young Works”, drawings, paintings, sculptures, objects and installations by Michel Chauveteau, Annick Chemana, Gianfranco Peduzzi, Yu-Yeung Tchine, Omar Youssouffi
  • Photographs by François Tissier and paintings by Bernard Dufour
  • “Works 1970-1980”, paintings and lithographs by Bram van Velde
  • “Things.../Machines...”, installations, objects, sculptures, drawings, paintings by Arman, Pol Bury, Jacques Carelman, César, Nicolas Herubel, Philippe Hiquily, Konrad Klaphek, Hervé Lesieur, Guy Mahé, Jean-Louis Montigone, Jacques Poli, Denis Pondruel, Sarkis, Takis, Jack Vanarsky

1980

  • Prints, paintings by Christine Boumeester and Henri Goetz 
  • Drawings by Al. Martin and Eve Gramatzki
  • Drawings by Marguerite Paszko and sculptures by Claude de Soria
  • Drawings by Anne Brown
  • Drawings, paintings by Joël Amaury, Caroline Hawkins, Samir Megally, Françoise Rigallaud, Luc-Henri Salomon

1979

  • “Crafts”, propositions by Daniel et Geneviève Castel, Michel Caron, Jean-Pierre Chollet, Dedd, Elisabeth Degranges, Michèle de Launay, Anne Emmanuelle, Wim Jonkman, Patricia Legendre, Charles Perrin, Marcel Vrignaud
  • Drawings, paintings, sculptures and objects by Elisabeth Buffoli, Claude Cussinet, Cristina Martinez, Alain Peclard, Jack Vanarsky, Sarah Wiame
  • Sculptures by Gérard Fabre and works on paper, on canvas, imprints and prints by Gérard Duchêne
  • Objects and sculptures by Jean Gasnault
  • Drawings, paintings, sculptures and objects by François Pourtaud, Henri Schurder, Bengt Lindström, Christian Poulet
  • “… On The Subject (And Around) of Toy”

1978

  • Drawings and paintings by Guillermo Nuñez
  • Drawings, paintings and objects by Joël Kermarrec
  • “Plays-Lights”, drawings and paintings by Joël Stein
  • Drawings, paintings by Henri Prosi, and  photographs by Patricia Leroux
  • “Current Portuguese Painting”, carte blanche to Egidio Alvaro
  • Paintings, drawings by Michel Harchin and Bernard Morteyrol
  • Paintings by Michel Parré
  • Paintings by Werner Ritter

1977

  • Humor and editorial cartoons by Frédérik Pajak
  • “Propositions” with 16 artists, Michel Asplanato, Richard Bennamhias, Jean-Claude Bohin, Patricia Cagliero, Jacques Delfau, Rosa Estape, Bernard Frize, Jean Gasnault, Michel Harchin, Christian Hug, Al. Martin, Francesc Palomares, Gianfranco Peduzzi, Fernando Pinheiro, Bernard Thomas, Otto Teichert
  • Drawings and paintings by Daniel Stotzky
  • Paintings, drawings and objects by Renaud Desmazières
  • “Objects. Rejects 1973-1977” by Bernard Guerbadot, and sculptures by Robert Granai
  • “Boxes-Little Puppets 75/77” by Marie Mercié and drawings, paintings by Michèle Blondel

1976

  • Drawings and paintings by Christian Zeimert
  • Drawings, paintings and silkscreens by Henri Cueco and Ernest Pignon Ernest

1974-1975

  • “Free Ink”
  • Cuban posters
  • Collaboration with Galerie Maeght-Lelong