Cabaret poétique

dimanche 17 novembre 2019


- Every month or so, the Cabaret Poétique invites poets to gather, listen and share the colours that their words invite in sound. This weekend, the Cabaret Poétique invokes what is bigger than us, a beauty to take away, to reveal.

For this session:
Born on February 8, 1944 in Salernes in the Var, Pierre Tilman is a French visual artist, poet and writer. He teaches at the Ecole supérieure d'art d'Avignon.
During the summer holidays, he is a journalist at Le Patriote in Nice.
In 1964, he was a member of the editorial board of the journal Chemin à Toulon. In Nice, he saw Ben, Daniel Biga, Marcel Alocco, Serge Oldenburg, Roland Flexner, Jacques Lepage and collaborated on the magazine Identités and, in Marseille, on Action poétique in which Henri Deluy regularly invited him to publish.
He studied literature at the University of Aix-en-Provence, graduating in 1968 with a degree and a master's degree in modern literature.
That same year, he left for Paris to found, with Franck Venaille and Jean-Pierre Le Boul'ch, the magazine "Chorus" which published 12 issues until 1974.
He published collections of poems, "La Flute de Marcus" (1968) and "L'Esclavage n'a pas été aboli" (1970) with the publisher Guy Chambelland. "Slavery has not been abolished" receives the Poetry Prize of the Pont-de-l'Épée-Saint-Germain Bridge (1970).
He worked in Paris, in 1974-1976, for the Editions Galilée as artistic director and directed the Larcos gallery. After the review "Chorus", he founded the review and the publishing house "L'évidence" with Marie-Hélène Dumas in 1993.
He has written articles (Opus, Literary Magazine, "Literary Fortnight", Art press) and books on artists, such as Klasen, Erro, Monory, Messac, Filliou.
He contributes to special issues of the "Express" devoted to Pablo Picasso (2008), Andy Warhol (2009). Conferences on Narrative Figuration at the Grand-Palais in Paris (2008), on Robert Filliou at the Institut Français de Valencia, in Spain (2010).
He is a guest artist at the École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts de Paris, which publishes "On est près du bord". 
In 1998, he was invited for a year by the École nationale supérieure de beaux-arts de Paris to lead a writing workshop that published the book "De toute façon, on est près du bord" in 1999.
He led a nomadic writing workshop in art schools in the south of France in 2002, which resulted in the publication of "OK", a 600-page collective book. (source Babelio)

Accompanied by Mathieu BEC on percussion.

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