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The Shafic Abboud Retrospective
is extended until August 28th 2011.

This is the first retrospective of the great Lebanese and Parisian artist

SHAFIC ABBOUD Le Marché St Pierre, 2002. Oil on cloth, 90 x 94 cm. © ADAGP. Courtesy Succession Shafic Abboud, Paris.

 

INSTITUT DU MONDE ARABE

1, rue des Fossés-Saint-Bernard
75005 Paris

INFORMATION:

Tél. 0033 1 40 51 38 38
http://www.imarabe.org
http://www.abboud-retrospectives.org

OPENING HOURS:

From Tuesday to Sunday, 11AM to 6PM.
Closed on Monday.

ENTRANCE FEES:

Full rate €7
Reduced rate €5

CURATORSHIP:

Claude Lemand

PRESS CONTACT:

Claude Lemand
E-mail : clemand@wanadoo.fr


The retrospective exhibition dedicated to Shafic Abboud, one of the foremost Lebanese painters of the second half of the 20th century, has met a large audience - 1650 visitors between 8 pm and midnight on May 13 - and is extended by two months until August 24.

Shafic Abboud’s paintings are a manifesto for freedom, colour, light and joy, as well as being a permanent bridge between the art scenes of France and Lebanon and that of Lebanon and the Middle East. The exhibition sheds light on Shafic Abboud’s paintings, comprising of 190 works of various sizes, dating from all his periods (1948-2003) and coming from many different provenances. Hopefully further exhibitions will present other aspects of the artist’s multifaceted creativity, such as his artist’s books, his prints and lithographs, his ceramics and terracottas, his carpets and tapestries, his sculpture designs…


Availables publications:

SHAFIC ABBOUD Retrospective. Catalogue, Paris, 2011. Researched and published by Claude Lemand, in conjunction with the retrospective at the IMA. Bound, 70 pages in colour, 25 x 34 cm. Texts by Shafic Abboud, Christine Abboud, Lydia Harambourg, Sophie Krebs, Claude Lemand, Issa Makhlouf.  ISBN 2-910263-07-2. Public Price  20 €

SHAFIC ABBOUD. Monograph, Paris, 2006.  First book researched and published by Claude Lemand, 368 pages in colour, 250 x 335 mm. Bound in a case illustrated in colour. ISBN 2-910263-06-1. Public Price  150 €

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