Presentation
Solo Exhibitions
Group exhibitions
Bibliography
Collections


Presentation

Djamel Tatah’s refined paintings reveal the way in which humanity can assert itself as a presence in the world. From reality, ordinary life and world events, the artist paints life-size figures which seem to be suspended in time, set in unspecified places and caught up in a world of silence. Reinterpreting solitude as virtue, Tatah intends to surpass reality, experimenting with colour, light and line to explore his feelings of being part of the world.

My painting is silent, and imposing silence on all the chaos of life is almost like making a political statement. It allows one to step back and examine one’s relationship to others and to society as a whole”.

 

Born in 1959, the Franco-Algerian artist studied in France at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Saint-Etienne from 1981 to 1986. He has taught at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris since 2008. He lives and works near Avignon in France.

 

Tatah has presented his works throughout France and the world over, including Salamanca Arts Centre (Spain), Guangdong Museum of Art (China), MAMAC Nice and Château de Chambord (France), Villa Medici (Italy), Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Algier (Algeria), Fondation Maeght and Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain de Saint-Etienne Métropole (France) and Ben Brown Fine Arts (UK). Now, new paintings are exhibited with classic paintings and drawings and monochromes from the Collection Lambert, in Avignon.

 

 

Tatah’s work is included in prominent private and public collections such as Barjeel Art Foundation (UAE), The British Museum (UK), Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, MAACAL (Marrakech), and Fondation Maeght (France).

 

Djamel Tatah is represented by Ben Brown Fine Arts in London.

Solo Exhibitions

2018

Ben Brown Fine Arts, London, United Kingdom

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2017-2018

Collection Lambert, Avignon, France : Djamel Tatah, Echoes of classic paintings and drawing and monochromes from Collection Lambert

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2015

Ben Brown Fine Arts, London, United Kingdom

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2014

Museum of Modern Art, Saint-Etienne, France

Marguerite & Aimé Maeght Foundation, Saint Paul, France

Michael Woolworth Studio, Paris, France (Work on paper)

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2013

Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Algiers, Algeria

Contemporary Art Center, Ateliers de l’imprimé, Châtellerault, France

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2011

Château de Chambord, Chambord, France

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2010

Creux de l’Enfer Contemporary Art Center, Thiers, France

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2009

Galerie des Ponchettes, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Nice, France

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2008

Fine Arts Museum, Nantes, France

Kamel Mennour Gallery, Paris, France

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2007

Le Parvis Contemporary Art Center, Tarbes, France

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2006

Kamel Mennour Gallery, Paris, France

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2004

JGM. Gallery, Paris, France

Chapelle Saint-Martin du Méjan, Arles, France

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2002

Liliane & Michel Durand-Dessert Gallery, Paris, France

Salamanca Art Center, Salamanca, Spain

Valladolid Art Center, Valladolid, Spain

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2001   

Confluence(s) Gallery, Lyon, France

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2000 

Charlotte Moser Gallery, Geneva, Switzerland

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1999   

Liliane & Michel Durand-Dessert Gallery, Paris, France

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1997

Galerie de l'Aquarium, University of Fine Arts, Valenciennes, France

Biever Risch Gallery, Luxembourg, Luxembourg

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1996  

Chapelle Saint-Jacques, Saint-Gaudens, France

Governors Palace, Bastia, France

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1995   

French Institute of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece

French Institute of Bologna, Bologna, Italy

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1994  

Eric Dupont Gallery, Toulouse, France

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1992

Montbéliard Museum, Castle of the Dukes of Württemberg, Montbéliard, France

“Young Artists from Marseille,” Kunsthaus Tacheles, Berlin, Germany 

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1991    

Chez Jacques Bonnaval, Crédit Immobilier, Saint-Etienne, France

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1989 

Axe Actuel Gallery, Toulouse, France

 

 

Group exhibitions

2017-2018

"E-Mois", Musée d'Art contemporain Africain Al Maaden, Marrakech

"Est-ce ainsi que les hommes vivent ?", Collection of Maeght Foundation, Saint-Paul, France

"Islam, c'est aussi notre histoire ! L'Europe et ses héritages musulmans", Vanderborght Space, Brussels, Belgium

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2016

"L'Œil du collectionneur. Focus 1 Collection J+C Mairet", Musée d'art moderne et contemporain, Strasbourg, France

"Vivre. Collection Agnès B au Musée national d'histoire de l'immigration", Paris, France

" Walls and Margins", Fondation Art Barjeel, Sharjah, E.A.U

Centre Pompidou, Malaga, Espagne

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2015

" Walls and Margins", Fondation Art Barjeel, Sharjah, E.A.U

Centre Pompidou, Malaga, Espagne

"Hip hop" Institut du Monde arabe, Paris, France

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2014

"Inhabiting the world", Biennale de Busan, Busan, Corée

"Avec et sans peinture", Mac/Val, Vitry sur Seine, France 

"Visages", Centre de la Vieille Charité, Marseille, France 

2013

“Ici, ailleurs”, Le Panorama, Friche de la belle de Mai, Marseille, France

“E-Motion collection Bernard Massini”, Fondation Maeght, Saint-Paul de Vence, France

"Dinard, l'amour Atomique", Palais des arts et du festival, Dinard, France

2012

“Liebe Tod und Teufel”, Sammlung J+C Mairet, Von der Heydt Kunsthalle, Wuppertal, Allemagne

“Mirages d’Orient, grenades et figues de Barbaries, Chassés croisés en Méditerranée”, Collection Lambert, Avignon, France

“La Belle et la bête”, Institut Bernard Magrez, Bordeaux, France

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2011

“J'ai deux amours”, Collection d'art contemporain, Cité nationale de l'histoire de l'immigration, Paris, France

“Valérie Jouve - Djamel Tatah", Al Hoash Gallery Jerusalem, Centre Sakakini, Ramallah, Palestine

“Collectionneurs en situation", Espace de l'Art Concret, Centre d'art contemporain, Mouans-Sartoux, France

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2010

“Nevermore”, Mac/Val, Vitry sur Seine, France

"Le Centre Pompidou à l’Hermitage”, Musée de l’Ermitage, Saint-Petersbourg, Russie

“I Mutanti”, Villa Medici, Rome, Italie

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2008

"Sphères", Galleria Continua, Chantal Crousel, Hauser & Wirth, Galerie Krinzinger, Kamel Mennour, Le Moulin, Boissy-le-Châtel, France

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2007

"Intrusion au Petit Palais : Le fond municipal d’art contemporain", Paris, France

"Air de Paris", Musée d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France

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2006

"Peintures Malerei", Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Allemagne

"La Force de l'Art", Grand Palais, Paris, France

"Maud Haya Baviera, Valérie Jouve, Natasha Lesueur, Lucie Orta, Djamel Tatah", Sylvester Works, Sheffield, Angleterre

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2005

"SingulierS", Musée d’Art du Guangdong, Canton, Chine

"My favorite Things", Musée d’Art Contemporain de Lyon, France

"La peau du chat, Carlotta Charmet et les collectionneurs", Musée de l’Abbaye Sainte-Croix, Les Sables d’Olonne, France

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2004

"De leur temps", Musée des Beaux-arts, Tourcoing, France

"Un privé au Triage, Art et vie qu’ont fondu", Collection Jean Mairet, Le Triage, Nanterre, France

"L’art au futur antérieur, l’engagement d’une galerie 1975-2004 Liliane et Michel Durand-Dessert", Musée de Grenoble, France

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2003

"+/- 5,10,15,20 vingt ans d’une collection", Le Plateau, Paris, France

Accrochage dans les collections du Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France

"Vincent Corpet, Marc Desgrandchamps, Stéphane Pencréac’h, Djamel Tatah", Galerie Métropolis, Lyon, France

"Nino", Centre d’art de Salamanque, Espagne

"Du côté de chez soi", Villa Greiner, Strasbourg, France

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2002   

"Réalités (hommage à Courbet)", Centre d’Art Passerelle, Brest, France

Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, France

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2001  

"Victor Burgin, Balthasar  Burkhard, Gérard Garouste, John Hilliard, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Ulrich Rückriem, Djamel Tatah", Galerie Liliane & Michel Durand-Dessert, Paris, France

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2000 

"Valérie Jouve, Djamel Tatah", Maison de la culture d’Amiens, Amiens, France

"Réalités (hommage à Courbet) ", C.R.A.C, Montbéliard, France

"Balthasar Burkhard, Gérard Collin-Thiébaut, Djamel Tatah", Galerie Liliane et Michel Durand-Dessert, Paris, France

"Regard sur le monde, Regard sur soi", Le Channel, Calais, Franc

"Intersection I : intime/ anonyme", Espace d’art contemporain HEC, Jouy-en-Josas, France

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1999  

"Corps social", Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-arts de Paris, France

"Devenirs", Frac Ile - de- France, Paris, France

"30 Artistes 1969-1999", Assemblée Nationale, Paris, France

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1998

"Patrick Chapus, Claire-Jeanne Jézequel, Djamel Tatah", Galerie Saint-Séverin, Paris, France

"Trafic d’influences", Espace Paul Ricard, Paris, France

"Tableaux d’une histoire", Villa Arson, Nice, France

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1997

"Peintures françaises", commissariat d’Alfred Paquement, Villa Médicis, Roma, Italie

"Transit", Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France

"Produire, créer, collectionner", Production de la Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations, Musée du Luxembourg, Paris, France

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1996

"Thematic Apperception Test", F.R.A.C Provence Alpes-Côte d’Azur

"Regard de soi", Espace Ripert, Bollène, France

"Vitam Impendere Amori", Musée Fesch, Ajaccio, France

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1995

"Les visiteurs", Musée d’Art Contemporain, Marseille, France

"Figures", Le Parvis, Tarbes, France

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1994

"Faces à faces", Centre d’Art Contemporain, Castres, France

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1993

"Figures et Portraits", Centre Lotois d’Art Contemporain, Figeac, France

"Etat des Lieux, un choix d’Olivier Pauli", Galerie Alice Pauli, Lausanne, Suisse

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1992    

Prix Gras Savoye, Ecole Supérieure Nationale des Beaux-Arts de Paris, France

Lauréat du salon de Montrouge, Montrouge, France

 

Bibliography

 

2018

Chassey (Eric de), "Abstract Readings of Djamel Tatah Or the More Things Change the More They Stay the Same", Djamel Tatah (cat.), éd. Actes Sud, Arles, France.

Cohn (Danièle), "Of pictures and people", Djamel Tatah (cat.), éd. Actes Sud, Arles, France.

Mézil (Éric), "Twilight Epiphanies. Djamel Tatah's echoes of twentieth-century classics and ancient or contemporary drawings and paintings", Djamel Tatah (cat.), éd. Actes Sud, Arles, France.

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2017

Dagen (Philippe), "A la collection Lambert, à Avignon, un dialogue avec d'autres artistes met en lumière un langage pictural unique.", Le Monde december 18.

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2015

Peppiatt (Michael), "Djamel Tatah: an introduction”, Djamel Tatah (cat.), éd. Ben Brown Fine Arts, London.

Eigner (Saeb), "Art of the Middle East. Modern and contemporary art of the arab world and Iran", éd. Merrell.

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2014

Martin (François-René), "Art history in the flesh. Djamel Tatah in his work”, Djamel Tatah (cat.), MAM Saint-Etienne, éd. Chaudun.

Hégyi (Lorand), "Djamel Tatah. The intemporality of reality", Djamel Tatah (cat.), MAM Saint-Etienne, éd. Chaudun.

Barbancey (Pierre), “Djamel Tatah questions human being”, L’Humanité, February 25.

Mathis (Catherine), “Djamel Tatah”, Art Press n°409, February.

Kodjo-Grandvaux (Séverine), “Black bile, white masks”, Jeune afrique n°2770, February.

Piguet (Philippe), “Djamel Tatah. Painting by fidelity”, L’œil n°665, February.

Goldberg (Itzhak), “Tatah’s enigmatic elsewhere ”, Le Journal des arts n°406,

January-February.

Fadwa (Miadi), “Djamel Tatah. Ultra modern loneliness”, Le Courrier de l’atlas n°78, February.

Marsaud (Olivia), “Djamel Tatah’s exhibition to the Maeght Foundation ”, Alger Paris, January.

Azimi (Roxana),“Djamel Tatah to the Maeght Foundation : Obsessive presence of nothing”, Le Quotidien de l’Art n°519, January 13.

Dagen (Philippe), “Djamel Tatah, The recognition”, Le Monde, January 12-13.

Scemama (Patrick), “The Silent Figures of Djamel Tatah,” La République de l’art, January.

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2013 

Marsaud (Olivia),“Djamel Tatah, (re)join Alger”, Diptyk n°20, October – November.

Chassey (Eric de), “Tatah’s paintings: a history”, Djamel Tatah (cat.), MAMA Algiers, AARC Algiers, Villa Medici Rome, Fondation Marguerite & Aimé Maeght.

Kaeppelin (Olivier), “Silence & solitude”, Djamel Tatah (cat.), MAMA Algiers, AARC Algiers, Villa Medici, Rome, Fondation Marguerite & Aimé Maeght.

Adicéam (Ashok), “Djamel Tatah / Tabula Rasa”, Djamel Tatah (cat.), MAMA Algiers, AARC Algiers, Villa Medici, Rome, Fondation Marguerite & Aimé Maeght.

Orif (Mustafa) et Djehiche (Mohammed), “Splendour of vacuity”, Djamel Tatah (cat.), MAMA Algiers, AARC Algiers, Villa Medici, Rome, Fondation Marguerite & Aimé Maeght.

Dagen (Philippe), “Djamel Tatah, free figure”, Le Magazine du Monde, February.

Tatah (Djamel), “Conversation with…”, Art Croissance n°6, January-March.

Verhagen (Erik), “Hybrid”, Djamel Tatah (cat.), BGL BNP Luxembourg.

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2012

Tariant (Eric), “Djamel Tatah, Painter,” Le Journal des arts, n° 380.

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2011

Maldonado (Guitemie), “The Importance of Belonging to the World: Djamel Tatah’s Figurations,” Djamel Tatah (cat.), Château de Chambord, Chambord.

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2010

Leydier (Richard), “The Clone Factory,” Djamel Tatah (cat.), Creux de l’Enfer Contemporary Art Center, Thiers.

Bouglé (Frédéric), “Paintings on Trial,” Djamel Tatah (cat.), Creux de l’Enfer Contemporary Art Center, Thiers.

Chassey (Éric de), “Fragments on the Identity,” I Mutanti (cat.), Villa Medici, Rome.

2009

Dagen (Philippe), “Bodies of Thought,” Djamel Tatah (cat.), MAMAC Nice.

Estève (Julie), “Djamel Tatah, Painter of Wayward Souls,” Diptyk n°2.

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2008

Chassey (Éric de), “Fragments on the Identity,” Djamel Tatah (cat.), Museum of Fine Arts, Nantes.

Dagen (Philippe), “Djamel Tatah, the Pictorial Minimalist,” Le Monde, December 13.

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2007

Dagen (Philippe), “The Disillusionment of Progress,” Le Monde, April 26.

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2006

Mullins (Charlotte), “The Urban Condition,” Painting People, The State of the Art, Charlotte Mullins, Ed. Thames & Hudson, London.

Verhagen (Erik), "Figurations," Modern and Contemporary Art, directed by Lemoine (Serge), Larousse, Paris.

Dagen (Philippe), “The Zeitgeist through Djamel Tatah’s Paintbrush,” Le Monde, May 31.

Leydier (Richard), “Djamel Tatah Meets Rachid Taha,” Art press n° 324.

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2005

Dagen (Phillipe), “Three Major French Contemporary Art Exhibitions in Lyon,” Le Monde, June 30.

”The Challenge of Living in Society,” Djamel Tatah,” interview by Annick Geille, Le Figaro Littéraire, March 31.

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2004

Bident (Christophe) with Djamel Tatah, “One Doesn’t Step Over a Body,” Djamel Tatah, Paris Musées and Actes Sud, Paris.

Stéhlé-Akhtar (Barbara), “Alone and Together: The Art of Djamel Tatah,” Djamel Tatah, Paris Musées, Actes Sud, Paris.

Dagen (Philippe), “Djamel Tatah and His Obsession on Faces,” Le Monde, June 3.

Leydier (Richard), “Djamel Tatah,” Art press, November.

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2002

Chassey (Éric de), “Untitled, the Paintings of Djamel Tatah,” Djamel Tatah (cat.), Casa Art Center, Salamanca (Spain).

Dagen (Philippe), “The Silent Figures of Djamel Tatah,” Le Monde, April 28 & 29.

Fulchéri (Fabienne), “Djamel Tatah,” Le Journal des arts, May 3 - 16.

Maldonado (Guitemie), “Djamel Tatah,” Artforum, October.

Verhagen (Erik),  “Solitude in the Paintings of Djamel Tatah,” Art press, October.

Chassey (Éric de),  “Djamel Tatah,” Vitamin P. New Perspectives in Painting, Phaidon.

Piguet (Philippe), “An Abstract Realism,” Art absolument, December.

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2001

Millet (Bernard), “Djamel Tatah,” La pensée de midi n° 4.

Verhagen (Erik), “A Work at Human Scale,” Djamel Tatah (cat.), Galerie IUFM Confluence(s), Lyon.

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2000

Chassey (Éric de), “Commitment in Painting,” Ninety n°34.

Dagen (Philippe), “Autopsies of the Present and Future,” Le Monde, March 23.

Flohic (Catherine), “Djamel Tatah,” in Ninety n° 34.

Maldonado (Guitemie), “Djamel Tatah,” in l'Oeil, March.

Ryga (Pierre), “Untitled,” Djamel Tatah (cat.), Ed. Galerie Charlotte Moser, Geneva, Switzerland.

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1999   

Césari-Colonna (Annick), “Portrait of Artists with Standing,” L'Express, July 27.

Dagen (Philippe), “The Figure According to Djamel Tatah,” Le Monde, June 27 - 28.

Dagen (Philippe), “In the Studio, a Fascination for Images,” Le Monde, June 20 - 21.

Debailleux (H.F.),“A Family Reunion at the Tatah’s,” Libération, July 10 - 11.

Le Thorel-Daviot (Pascale), Djamel Tatah, Art press, September.

Maldonado (Guitemie), in L'Oeil n°507.

Poivert (Michel), “Shoulder high," Djamel Tatah (cat.), Ed. Galerie Liliane et Michel Durand-Dessert, Paris.

Verhagen (Erik) "Djamel Tatah," Corps social (cat.), ENSBA, Paris.

1998 

Bouchaille (Pascal), Trafic d'influences (cat.), Espace Paul Ricard, Paris.

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1997

Angles (Nathalie),”Interview with Djamel Tatah,” French Painting (cat.), Villa Medici, Rome, Ed. Fratelli Palombi, Rome, Italy.

Chassey (Éric de), “Painting is Not Dead: Ten Artists Under Forty,” L'Oeil n°489, Otober.

Dagen (Philippe), “The ‘Beckettesque’ Figures of Djamel Tatah,” Le Monde, March 7.

Mikaeloff (Hervé) and Hiddleston (Anna), “Produce, Create, Collect” (cat.), Caisse des dépôts et consignations, Luxembourg Museum, Paris.

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1996

Texts by Sztulman (Paul), Poirier (Jean-François), Tatah (Djamel), Bident (Christophe), Djeghaba (Nadia), Mondzain (Marie-José), Ryga (Pierre-Paul), Creach (Xavier), Alaux (Jean-Pierre),  Boubeker (Ahmed), and Rahmani (Zahia), in Women of Algiers, Saint-Jacques Chapel (cat.), Saint-Gaudens, Bastia Museum, Governors Palace.

Chassey (Éric de), “Painting Takes a Stance,” Beaux-arts (exhibition guide), July - August.

Ernould-Gandouet (Marielle), “Djamel Tatah,” L'Oeil, November/December.

Michaud (Yves), "Djamel Tatah, Man of Images," Les Marges de la Vision : Essais sur l'art (1978-1995), Ed. J. Chambon, Paris.

Rey (Cécile), “Women of Algiers,” exhibition guide, La Lettre de l'off n° 8, November/December.

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1995

Buob (Jacques), “Marseille, or Renewed Creative Ambition,” Le Monde, January 11.

Dagen (Philippe), “In Marseille, the Art of Seeing, From the Canvas,” Le Monde, June 1.

Dagen (Philippe), “Bold Emerging Artists Challenge the Avant-Garde,” Le Monde, August 26.

Deluze (Isabelle), “Saint-Gaudens, A Waiting Area Haunted by Djamel Tatah,” La Dépêche, April 18.

Schoen-Aulanier (Cécile), “The Visitors, Instruction Booklet,” Djamel Tatah (cat.), Museum of Contemporary Art and Contemporary Galleries of the Museums of Marseille.

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1994

Dagen (Philippe), “The Opening of Marseille’s Contemporary Art Museum, Focus on Painting,” Le Monde, June 1st.

Michaud (Yves), “Djamel Tatah, the Man of Image,” Djamel Tatah (cat.), Galerie Eric Dupont, Toulouse.

Mozziconacci (Jean-François), “Deep from the Soul,” Djamel Tatah (cat.), FRAC Ile-de-France, Couvent des Cordeliers.

Sztulman (Paul), “Djamel Tatah, Ghosts,” Galerie magazine n°58.

1993

Cyroulnik (Philippe), “Figures and Portraits, An Inventory,” (cat.), Centre Lotois d'Art Contemporain, Cahors.

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1992   

Ayard (Claire), “From Deep Within the Gaze,” Djamel Tatah (cat.), Montbéliard Museum and Contemporary Art Center.

Chalumeau (Jean-Luc), Opus internationnal n° 129, Fall.                          

Dagen (Philippe), “Unknown Artists from Montbéliard,” Le Monde, May 20.

Klemensiewicz (Piotr), “Project, Hypothesis,” Djamel Tatah (cat.), Montbéliard Museum and Contemporary Art Center. 

Le Roy (Jean-Luc), “The Museum Presents Four New Talents,” L'Est Républicain, April 8.

Mozziconacci (Jean-François), “Painting as a Means,” Djamel Tatah (cat.), Montbéliard Museum and Contemporary Art Center.

 

 

Filmography

 

2001

“Djamel Tatah, la hauteur du regard”, Documentary by Gilles Perru, Sésame Films.

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2009

“Djamel Tatah”, Documentary by Judith Dupasquier, L’Art et la manière, Arte.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Collections

Assemblée nationale, Paris, France

British Museum, Londres, Royaume-Uni

Cité Nationale de l’Histoire de l’Immigration, Paris, France

Commune de Montrouge, France

Fondation Art Barjeel, Sharjah, Emirats Arabes Unis

Fondation Marguerite et Aimé Maeght, Saint-Paul, France

Fonds National d'art Contemporain, Paris, France

Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain, FRAC Ile-de-France, Le Plateau, Paris, France

Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain, FRAC Midi- Pyrénées - Les Abattoirs, France

Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain, FRAC Provence Côte d’Azur, France

Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain, FRAC Franche-Comté, France

Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain, Frac Corse, France

Fonds Municipal d’Art Contemporain, FMAC Paris, France

Musée d’Art Contemporain Africain Al Maaden, MAACAL, Marrakech, Maroc

MAC/VAL, Vitry-sur-Seine, France

Musée du Château des Ducs de Wurtemberg, Montbéliard, France

Musée d’Art Contemporain (MAC), Marseille, France

Musée des Beaux-Arts, Nancy (dépôt du FNAC), France

Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou (dépôt du FNAC), Paris, France

Musée d’Art Contemporain, Salamanque, Espagne

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Led by Éric de Chassey

Texts : Ashok Adicéam, Éric de Chassey, Mohammed Djehiche and Mustafa Orif, Olivier Kaeppelin 

Edition : MAMA Algiers, AARC Algiers, French Academy in Rome-Villa Medici, Marguerite and Aimé Maeght Foundation, 2013

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Exhibition Catalogue
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Text by Erik Verhagen

Edition : BGL BNP PARIBAS, Luxembourg, 2012

Languages : English, French

Château de Chambord

 

Texts by Yannick Mercoyrol, Guitemie Maldonado
Edition : Somogy, Paris, 2011
Languages : English, French 

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Exhibition I mutanti

 

Text by Eric de Chassey
Edition : Drago Edizioni, Villa Medici, Roma, 2010
Languages : French, Italian, English

Isbn :978-88-88493-58-9

Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Nice

 

Texts by Gilbert Perlein, Philippe Dagen
Edition : Nice Musées, Beaux-Arts Editions Paris, 2009
Languages : French, English

Isbn : 978-2-35803-004-5

Salamanca Art Center

 

Text by Eric de Chassey
Edition :  Consorcio Salamanca 2002
Languages : Spanish, English, French

Isbn : 84-95719-10-X

Durand-Dessert gallery

 

Text by Michel Poivert
Edition : Liliane & Michel Durand-Dessert gallery, Paris, 1999
Language : French

Exhibition Catalogue
Les Femmes d'Alger

 

Texts by Paul Sztulman, Jean-François Poirier, Christophe Bident, Nadia Djeghaba, Marie-José Mondzain, Pierre-Paul Ryga,  Xavier Creach, Jean-Pierre Alaux, Ahmed  Boubeker, and Zahia Rahmani
Edition : Le Massacre des Innocents, Paris 1996
Language : French