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19 April

portrait of Jacques Kerchache

Connaisseur à l'œil réputé infaillible, conseiller des plus grands collectionneurs, militant infatigable de la cause des arts premiers, l'homme qui a fait entrer au Louvre les œuvres des quatre cinquièmes de l'humanité est mort au Mexique en août 2001. Il s'appelait Jacques Kerchache.

A book, ‘Jacques Kerchache, portraits croisés’

Based on a series of interviews with friends, relatives, creators, and those who worked alongside him, the work is an invitation to discovery – discovery of a man, an adventure, a collection, and a hitherto unseen world, his house, photographed for the first time.

Musée du quai Branly/Gallimard co-publication.

 

A mini-site (French language only)

An interactive stroll through the fascinating world of Jacques Kerchache. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

Explore at will this ‘room of wonders’ where a profusion of mementos, masterpieces and curiosities stand alongside one another.

 

- Visit the mini-site