Mémorial de Caen, Caen (FR)    14 July 2020 Exhibition

La Libération de la peinture, 1945-1962

À travers 75 œuvres de sa collection, la Fondation Gandur pour l’Art invite à découvrir comment les traumatismes de la Seconde Guerre mondiale ont durablement changé le cours de l’art et amené les artistes européens à inventer un nouveau langage pictural.

Fondation Marguerite et Aimé Maeght, Saint-Paul-de-Vence (France)    1 July 2020 Loan

Jacques Monory

By way of a tribute, the Marguerite et Aimé Maeght Foundation is proposing the first monographic exhibition devoted to Jacques Monory since his death in 2018. The exhibition presents his career spanning sixty years and takes a fresh look at the work of this leading figure of the Narrative Figuration movement.

Le Delta - Espace Culturel Provincial, Namur (BE)    7 March 2020 Loan

Peter Saul
Pop, Funk, Bad Painting and More

This first retrospective in Belgium of the American artist Peter Saul covers the career of one of the latest contemporaries of Pop Art, from the late 1950s to the present day.

Museum of Montmartre Renoir Gardens, Paris (FR)    28 February 2020 Loan

Otto Freundlich (1878-1943) La révélation de l’abstraction

The Museum of Montmartre is devoting a major exhibition to one of the first great creators of non-figurative art, the German painter and sculptor Otto Freundlich (1878-1943). Organised in partnership with the Museum of Pontoise, home to the artist's studio collection since 1968, and the Sacré-Coeur Basilica, where two of his stained glass windows will be presented, the exhibition brings together nearly 80 artworks, including sculptures, paintings, stained glass, mosaics and graphic works. This unique ensemble will be accompanied by documents, writings and letters from artist friends – important testimonies of Freundlich’s daily life. This exhibition is the first of its kind in a Parisian museum since 1969.

Curators : Christophe Duvivier, Saskia Ooms


Leopold Museum, Vienne (AT)    20 February 2020 Loan

Hundertwasser – Schiele. Imagine Tomorrow

Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928–2000) shaped 20th-century art beyond the borders of Austria as a painter, designer of living spaces and pioneer of the environmental movement. His life-long, intense exploration of the personality and oeuvre of Egon Schiele (1890–1918) is largely unknown. Twenty years after Hundertwasser’s death, the Leopold Museum is dedicating an exhibition, conceived as a dialogue, to these two iconic artists, which comprises some 170 exhibits.

Curator : Robert Fleck, Hans-Peter Wipplinger

Centre d'Art Contemporain (CAC), Geneva (CH)    29 January 2020 Loan

Scrivere Disegnando. Quand la langue cherche son autre

The presentation aims specifically to explore tension within the written form, the oscillation between writing, in its strictly semantic dimension, and the terra incognita of the simple arabesque, automatism, the repeated sign and the scribble, from the early 20th century to the present day.


Musée archéologique du Val d'Oise, Guiry-en-Vexin (FR)    12 October 2019 Exhibition


After the ArchéoLab at Pully, the exhibition Archéonimaux reinvents itself at the Musée archéologique du Val d’Oise. It is aimed at a young audience, and addresses in a playful way the relationship between mankind and animals, through 5 challenges to solve and experience.

Musée d'Art moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris (FR)    11 October 2019 Loan

Hans Hartung, la fabrique du geste

For its reopening after a year of renovation work, the Musée d’Art moderne de Paris is presenting Hans Hartung, La Fabrique du geste, dedicated to one of the leading innovators in post-war abstract art.


IVAM Institut Valencia d'Art Modern, Valence (ES)    8 October 2019 Loan

Jean Dubuffet. Un bárbaro en Europa

After the Mucem in Marseille, the traveling exhibition Jean Dubuffet. Un bárbaro en Europa takes up residence at the IVAM and reveals how Jean Dubuffet intertwines in his work his painting and writing activities with the research he has devoted to what he calls Art Brut.


17 May 2019 Partnership

Partnership with the Dijon Museum of Fine Arts

The Fondation Gandur pour l'Art has signed a long-term partnership with the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Dijon. Eight works from the FGA that echo the museum’s permanent collection.


Musée d’art et d’histoire, Chaumont (FR)    15 September 2018 partnership

Partnership with les Musées de Chaumont

As part of a partnership with the Musées de Chaumont (Haute-Marne, France), the Fondation Gandur pour l’Art is lending a 14th century bas-relief to the Musée d'Art et d'Histoire de Chaumont. This work joins for a period of three years two other fragments from the same tomb.

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