Inclinations

La collection selon Bernard Lamarche-Vadel

Inclinations

La collection selon Bernard Lamarche-Vadel
Art Direction and Text: Isabelle Tessier and Danielle Robert-Guédon
Authors: Francois Horse and Sonia Floriant Michele Chomette Gaëtane Lamarche-Vadel
To better understand the man behind the art critic, writer and collector, we asked some photographers defended Bernard Lamarche-Vadel to give us their own vision of the character. We wanted to know what was for them the photographic collection initiated by BLV at Vitre, they had sometimes had disagreements artistic or ethics with him and if they took out some of his assertions about photography.
We have also asked their feelings about the recalcitrance of the "common taste" Discount BLV and wanted to know if their work was taking place one way or another in their literary device. And, of course, we have also asked what has changed for them since their images are no longer subject to his critical eye.
Philippe Bazin, Florence Chevallier, Arnaud Claass Yves Guillot, Bernard Plossu, Jean Rault, Jean-Philippe Reverdot, Jean-Loup and Yves Trassard Trémorin were willing to answer questions. Their franchises, enlightens about the special relationship between an artist and art critic.
Les actes du colloque "Bernard Lamarche-vadel, en marche", dont Tristan Trémeau a assuré la direction scientifique en novembre 2010 pour l’école des beaux-arts de Quimper, sont désormais consultables et téléchargeables (PDF) sur un site spécifique :

www.colloque-lamarche-vadel.fr

Avec des conférences de Michel Enrici, Dominique Marchès, Patrice Joly, Gaël Charbau, Sylvie Mokhtari, Danièle Robert-Guédon, Romain Mathieu, Cédric Loire, Xavier Boissel, Cécile Marie-Castanet et Tristan Trémeau.

Coproducer
Artothèque de Vitré
Released
10/09/2010
Collection
Hors Collection
Format
170 x 250
Relié couverture cartonnée et toilée
53 color and duo tone photos
160 pages
ISBN : 978-2-35046-199-1
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Bernard Lamarche-Vadel, born July 16, 1949 and died May 2, 2000 at The Croixille in Mayenne, is a writer, poet, art critic, novelist, and French collector. Poet and short story writer, he composed a considerable body of work and noted art critic in the 1970s. He killed himself in 2000 at age 50 in his castle of La Rongère, leaving behind four children, including Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel (president of the association "Art Effect"). BLV is also that, in 1981, contraceptive prevalence of minimal and conceptual art in France in organizing the exhibition "Beauty Finish with" revealing the artists Figuration Libre. Through its support for artists and his work brought strong criticism, has contributed to the recognition of the medium of photography in the years eighty.

Les actes du colloque "Bernard Lamarche-vadel, en marche", dont Tristan Trémeau a assuré la direction scientifique en novembre 2010 pour l’école des beaux-arts de Quimper, sont désormais consultables et téléchargeables (PDF) sur un site spécifique :

www.colloque-lamarche-vadel.fr

Avec des conférences de Michel Enrici, Dominique Marchès, Patrice Joly, Gaël Charbau, Sylvie Mokhtari, Danièle Robert-Guédon, Romain Mathieu, Cédric Loire, Xavier Boissel, Cécile Marie-Castanet et Tristan Trémeau.

Danielle Robert-Guédon was born in 1954 in Nantes, where she lives today.
Novelist she has published: The Despair of the monkey, ed. Balland, 1997; The large slaughterhouse, ed. Balland, 1999, Deposition, ed. Watermarks / A Silk, 2000; I receive, ed. Balland, 2002; Weddings, ed. FRAC Bretagne, 2003, The Living, the dead and sailors, ed. Joca Seria, 2005; The Rongère, Argol, 2009.
Isabelle Tessier
Director of the Vitré Art library, Isabelle Tessier curates exhibitions in charge of a public collection of contemporary art and has written many texts for monographic catalogues and books, in particular on contemporary photography.