SATIRIX : The shortened life of a forbidden magazine

juin 25 2021
septembre 25 2021

Barbe, Cardon, César, Charb, Daumier, Delacroix, Delannoy, Dubout, Dupuis, Effel, Grandjouan, Hermann-Paul, Honoré, Iribe, Kaher, Kupka, Laville, Longuet, Mignard, Moisan, Nabe, Pino Zac, Poulbot, Puig Rosado, Rabier, Reiser, Rops, Sennep, Serre, Siné, Solo, Steinlen, Tetsu, Vallotton, Vasquez de Sola, Veber, Vitou, Willette, Wolinski.

The exhibition is all about the life of the magazine Satirix, created in 1971 by Lucien Grand-Jouan and banned in 1973 by the Pompidou government (with the publication of issue number 23, The naked truth by Pino Zac). It aims to prove, by the quality of the works presented, that press cartoon is indeed a major art, reflecting over generations the conflicts of political and social life in a modern society.
Pino Zac (1930-1985). The naked truth – Georges Pompidou, 1973. China ink and watercolour on paper, collage, 43 x 34 cm. Cover project for issue number 23 of the magazine Satirix. Signed and autographed bottom left. Published in September 1973 issue no 23 of Satirix, The Naked Truth. Provenance : Archives of Satirix, collection Lucien Grand-Jouan

Hermann-Paul (1864-1940). Natural needs – Breathe, 1904. Ink and charcoal on paper. 39,5 x 52 cm. Blue pencil notes on the back ; Also on the back seal and signature of the sale Hermann-Paul in Chartres, October 23rd 2000. Published January 23rd 1904 in L’Assiette au beurre no 147, « Les besoins naturels », p. 2-3 (2458-2459). Provenance : inheritance Hermann-Paul. Sale Hermann-Paul in Chartres, October 23rd 2000. Collection Lucien Grand-Jouan.
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Grandjouan
1875
1968 
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Veber
1864
1928 
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Rabier
1864
1939 
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Siné
1928
2016 
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Serre
1938
1998 
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Hermann-Paul
1864
1940 
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Pino Zac
1930
1985 
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Wolinski
1934
2015 
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