Exhibition “Objective Collections 2” The Olive Tamari donation

Description

Event realized within the framework of the patrimonial valorization of the Fort Napoleon.

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Olive Tamari, whose real name was Henri Jean-François Olive, was born on 11 August 1898 in La Seyne sur Mer. Painter, engraver, ceramist and poet, he explored various techniques of expression through different periods that marked his career. A prolific artist and a man in perpetual questioning, he made his workshops in Paris (until 1973) and Toulon (until his death) places of work and encounters where painters, poets and other people of taste participate, with him, in a real bubbling, a living source of inspiration. He moved from the figure to abstraction at the end of the 1940s, was director of the Toulon School of Fine Arts from 1954 to 1968 and devoted the last 20 years of his life to perfecting the iconic "Tamari blue", both a signature and an avant-garde environmental manifesto. Olive Tamari passed away on 15 November 1980.

Languages spoken

  • French

Types

  • Cultural

Themes

  • Painting

Categories

  • Exhibition

Service

Services

Animals are not accepted.

Prices

Free

Opening

Du 02/10/2020 au 13/11/2020
  • Le MARDI de 14:00:00 à 17:00:00
  • Le MERCREDI de 14:00:00 à 17:00:00
  • Le JEUDI de 14:00:00 à 17:00:00
  • Le VENDREDI de 14:00:00 à 17:00:00
Ouvert le 14/11/2020
  • Le SAMEDI de 14:00:00 à 18:00:00

Location

Exhibition “Objective Collections 2” The Olive Tamari donation

Route

Coordinates

Exhibition “Objective Collections 2” The Olive Tamari donation

Fort Napoléon
Chemin Marc Sagnier
83500 La Seyne-sur-Mer