Olive Tamari’s exhibition “L’Œuvre Sculpté” (1898 – 1980)

Description

Olive Tamari was a cornerstone of 20th century artistic life in Toulon. Her studio is a place of exchange for painters and poets.

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As director of the School of Fine Arts, he confirms his role as a leader in this "Toulon school". During his career, Olive Tamari has never ceased to experiment with different modes of expression and different mediums. If her painted work is the best known, her more discreet volume creations needed to be presented. For the fortieth anniversary of his death, a group of 51 sculptures is brought together for the first time, illustrating the full range of his production: furniture in glazed tiles, busts in plaster or terracotta, abstract forms in bronze or earthenware, or installations based on the assembly of recycled objects.
Finally, this exhibition underlines the links between Olive Tamari and the town of La Seyne-sur-Mer. Henri Olive was born in the Tamaris district on 11 August 1898 and was buried in the municipal cemetery in 1980. It was also to his native town, and more particularly to the Balaguier Museum, that he donated 23 paintings and 3 ceramics in 1975.

Languages spoken

  • French

Types

  • Cultural

Categories

  • Exhibition

Service

Services

Animals are not accepted.

Opening

Du 19/05/2021 au 31/10/2021
  • Le MARDI
  • Le MERCREDI
  • Le JEUDI
  • Le VENDREDI
  • Le SAMEDI
  • Le DIMANCHE

Location

Olive Tamari’s exhibition “L’Œuvre Sculpté” (1898 – 1980)

Route

Coordinates

Olive Tamari’s exhibition “L’Œuvre Sculpté” (1898 – 1980)

Musée Balaguier
924 corniche Bonaparte
83500 La Seyne-sur-Mer