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EP 102: Camille Roux dit Buisson shares her families passion for preserving the legacy of French Painter Jacqueline Marval

April 14, 2021 Krystal Kenney Episode 102
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EP 102: Camille Roux dit Buisson shares her families passion for preserving the legacy of French Painter Jacqueline Marval
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EP 102: Camille Roux dit Buisson shares her families passion for preserving the legacy of French Painter Jacqueline Marval
Apr 14, 2021 Episode 102
Krystal Kenney

My name is Camille Roux dit Buisson, I was born and I live in Paris. I grew up surrounded by art, with my parents who were passionate, and especially because my father is an art dealer who started collecting Jacqueline Marval (1866 – 1932)’s work from the 1980s. He took me to Drouot and the Louvre des Antiquaires (where he had a gallery until the 2010s) all the time, which started to build the passion and admiration I have for art.

I used to work in fashion PR, communication, and marketing while keeping a foot in the arts; I would organize fashion events and shows but also art-related ones. After 3 years, I decided to join my father and to start working as an art dealer at the occasion of the 2018 Paris Biennale at the Grand Palais. Seeing his passion for Jacqueline Marval, and as I grew up surrounded by her art, I got more and more interested in her work and life.

 We just opened the Comité Jacqueline Marval with my father (Raphaël Roux dit Buisson) and my brothers (Lucien and Arthur, who have their own life but work with us & help us as well). The committee aims to allow the re-discovery of Jacqueline Marval’s work, from a contemporary viewpoint, as she arrived in a world that did not expect her, and in which she took a prominent role. It’s a beautiful space quite close to Berthe Weill’s Gallery, Ambroise Vollard’s, and also not very far from Le Bateau Lavoir.

From the exhibition of her works to the redaction of the Catalogue Raisonné, by compiling and making her archives accessible - crossed with the ones from museums and worldwide institutions (musée d’Orsay, Metropolitan Museum, universities, libraries, and so on), the Committee tells the story of this great artist.

My role is to bring her back to the light she was in and deserves.

www.jacqueline-marval.com

@comitejacquelinemarval


Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/join/Laviecreative)

Show Notes

My name is Camille Roux dit Buisson, I was born and I live in Paris. I grew up surrounded by art, with my parents who were passionate, and especially because my father is an art dealer who started collecting Jacqueline Marval (1866 – 1932)’s work from the 1980s. He took me to Drouot and the Louvre des Antiquaires (where he had a gallery until the 2010s) all the time, which started to build the passion and admiration I have for art.

I used to work in fashion PR, communication, and marketing while keeping a foot in the arts; I would organize fashion events and shows but also art-related ones. After 3 years, I decided to join my father and to start working as an art dealer at the occasion of the 2018 Paris Biennale at the Grand Palais. Seeing his passion for Jacqueline Marval, and as I grew up surrounded by her art, I got more and more interested in her work and life.

 We just opened the Comité Jacqueline Marval with my father (Raphaël Roux dit Buisson) and my brothers (Lucien and Arthur, who have their own life but work with us & help us as well). The committee aims to allow the re-discovery of Jacqueline Marval’s work, from a contemporary viewpoint, as she arrived in a world that did not expect her, and in which she took a prominent role. It’s a beautiful space quite close to Berthe Weill’s Gallery, Ambroise Vollard’s, and also not very far from Le Bateau Lavoir.

From the exhibition of her works to the redaction of the Catalogue Raisonné, by compiling and making her archives accessible - crossed with the ones from museums and worldwide institutions (musée d’Orsay, Metropolitan Museum, universities, libraries, and so on), the Committee tells the story of this great artist.

My role is to bring her back to the light she was in and deserves.

www.jacqueline-marval.com

@comitejacquelinemarval


Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/join/Laviecreative)