Gerard Titus-Carmel - Biography

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Gérard Titus-Carmel

Born on 10 October 1942 in Paris. He lives and works in Oulchy-le-Château, the department of Aisne, France. From 1958 to 1962 he studied at the Art School Boulle in Paris. His first solo exhibition took place in 1964. A painter, designer and engraver, he participated in about a 500 group exhibitions and more than 250 solo exhibitions – of which a dozen of retrospectives dedicated to him all round the world. His artwork is represented in some one hundred museums and public collections. He created monumental pieces of art for the Ministry of Finance in Paris, Grand Hall Olivier Messiaen de la DRAC Champagne-Ardenne in Châlons-en-Champagne and Congress Centre in Nantes.

He officially represented France in numerous international events such as Paris Biennale (1969), Expo ’70 (Osaka, 1970), Biennale in Alexsandria (1972), exhibition Amsterdam-Paris-Düsseldorf (Guggenheim Museum, New York, 1972), Documenta VI (Cassel, 1977), European Dialogue (Biennale in Sidney, 1979), Biennale Internazionale d’Arte (Venice, 1972 and 1984), Art in France: A Century of Inventions (Moscow, Saint Petersburg, 1989), Contemporary Art in France (World Exposition in Séville, 1992), etc.
Also an engraver, he participated in the most famous international graphic art exhibitions, such as Biennale in Ljubljana, Krakow, Tokyo, Vienna, Grenchen, Biella, Bradford, Baden-Baden, Prague ... He illustrated a considerable number of works of poetry and literature and published some fifty books of his own, of which more than twenty are collected poems and essays about art and literature.
He was awarded numerous national and international awards, of which a Grand Prix for painting in 2014 from Simone and Cino del Duca Foundation, sponsored by the Art Academy of the French Institute.

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Gerard  Titus-Carmel

Gerard Titus-Carmel