the clean side...
face
and the dirty one...
pile
The Artist
Genevieve Bonieux Genevieve Bonieux is a self-taught artist. She was born and grew up in Mauritius. For many years, she has lived in France, Germany and United States. She now works in France and Mauritius.
Résumé
One Person Shows:
2013: Paris Expo.: from through at Société d'Encouragement pour l'Industrie Nationale, 4, place Saint Germain des Prés, Paris
2010: OECD conferences Center, Paris
2008: Imaaya Gallery, Mauritius
2005: "Juste à Côté" Gallery, Lyon
2004: Librairie-galerie Les Alizés, Paris
2003: Altos de Chavon Gallery, Dominican Republic
2001: Villejuif City Hall
2000: Open workshop, Villejuif
2000: Châtelet-Victoria Gallery, Paris
1991: Open workshop, Villejuif
1989: Duval-Dunner Gallery, Paris
1986: Duval-Dunner Gallery, Paris
Main Collectives Shows:
2014: From through Genevieve Bonieux takes part in Maison & Objet for its first appearance in Singapore at Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Center.
2012: September 2012: Salon des Savoir-Faire de l'Ile Maurice, Hôtel de Rothschild, Paris (Enterprise Mauritius)
2011: Show at "Salon d'Art Abordable" La Bellevilloise Paris
2006: Musée d'Art Moderne de Santo Domingo, expo ACP
2005: Coblence Museum, Haribo expo, Germany
2004: Contemporary Art Grand Market, Paris
2004: Meudon Museum, France
2002: Contemporary Art Grand Market, Paris
1999: Artistes de Villejuif, Villejuif, France
1997: Céramistes d'Ardmore, Afrique du Sud
1995: Mauritius Contemporary Arts, Brussels
1993: Centre Wallonie-Brussels, Paris
1986: Mauritius artists, UNESCO, Paris
1984: Charenton City Hall
1983: "Salon Comparaisons", Grand Palais, Paris
1982: Musée d'Art Naïf, Ile-de-France
1981: "Salon Comparaisons", Grand Palais, Paris
1978: Self-taught artists meeting, Trebnje, Yougoslavia
1976: Mauritian ambassy, Paris
1975: Unesco, Paris
Resident Artist:
2003: in Altos de Chavon, Dominican Republic
1996: in Ardmore, South Africa
1978: in Trebnje, Yougoslavia
In the Museums:
Liubliana Self-taught Artists Museum, Slovenia
la Halle Saint-Pierre Museum, Paris
Max Fourny Museum of naïve art, Vicq, France
R. Fremantle Foundation, Fiesole, Italia
Published Artwork in:
1995: "La Revue Noire", Indian Ocean Issue, Spring 1995
1987: "Paris vu par les Naïfs", Editions Hervas
1986: "Perpétuelles" (l'Art et les Mythes), Autumn Issue 1986
1981: "Album mondial d'Art Naïf", Editions Hervas
1981: "Le Rêve et les Naïfs"
1979: "La Fête et les Naïfs"
1977: "L'Arche de Noë et les Naïfs", Editions Art et Industrie
Main public and private orders:
2005: Lamps and Screens for Haribo, Germany
1998: Monumental Mermaid in Grand-Bay, Mauritius
1996: Sculpture for the OECD, Paris
1994: Wall Reliefs of the Mauritian ambassy in Paris
1989: Décors de l'Opéra "La Corona" de Gluck, Paris 16ème conservatory
Extract from "Le Mauricien" (in French)
Published in the wake of the Imaaya Gallery expo, Mauritius - Dec. 2008 - Jan. 2009
published by Le Mauricien
Extract from "Le Mauricien" (in French) Published in the wake of the Imaaya Gallery expo, Mauritius - Dec. 2008 - Jan. 2009