20 years after his collection was installed in Avignon, Yvon Lambert has undertaken a new dialogue with his leading artists and the rooms that display their works.
For the occasion, Yvon Lambert has selected 13 artists. To each, he devotes one entire room in the Caumont House, the historical building that opened on 27 June 2000 as the museum housing the collection, a first in the French artistic world.
One entire room filled with works by one artist affirms the breadth of this collection, now located in Avignon, and enables visitors to perceive the universe of major artists in the collection, room after room.
This new involvement by Yvon Lambert marks the starting point for an annual series of exhibits that are organised from his perspective.
The artists, in the order of the rooms in the museum: Sol LeWitt, Donald Judd, Robert Barry, Christian Boltanski, Richard Tuttle, Cy Twombly, Claude Lévêque, Daniel Buren, Andres Serrano,Anselm Kiefer, Miquel Barceló, David Horwitz, Robert Combas, Jean-Charles Blais, Niele Toroni, Robert Ryman.
IH: museum entirely accessible to persons with reduced mobility.