The sculptor, native of Aix en Provence, recommended to the gallery by Jean Dubuffet, was regularly exhibited between 1970 and 1980. His works in basalt sand, fireproof cement and water offer a synthesis of sculptural elements and architecture. Following his first exhibition at the gallery followed by the promotion of his works in Oslo, the French State acquired La tatoue démolie. Thereafter monumental pieces joined major collections of foreign institutions, Rosenberg at the Darmstadt Museum and Par la mer, le passage at the Kröller-Müller of Otterlo.

 

exhibitions at the gallery

Matter and Memory. The Patriarch’s Realm.
November 19, 2013 to January 25, 2014

Pour un jubilé 1947-1997
FIAC 1997 − September 30 to October 6, 1997
and at the gallery – October 7 to December 6, 1997

L’arrière-pays
February 7 to March 28, 1992

Hommage à Mark Tobey et sculptures de Jean Amado
FIAC 1990
October 24 to November 1st, 1990

Recent sculptures
November 25, 1988 to January 7, 1989

Recent sculptures
November 15 to December 19, 1983

Solo exhibition
September 30 to October 30, 1976

Sculptures en béton cuit
November 3, 1972 to January 5, 1973

Solo exhibition
February 17 to March 14, 1970

Jean Amado, Le Doute et la Pierre,1960
Red basalt sand
131,9 × 74,8 × 48 in
Photograph by Jean-Louis Losi
Jean Amado, Monument à Rimbaud, 1989
Parc balnéaire du Prado, Marseille, France

Photograph by Francis Finidori