Husson-Dumoutier was born in France in Provence. International artist, now in many museums and major collections worldwide, the painter and sculptor is truly innovative and interested in the great themes of Humanity. Traveling around the world, Husson-Dumoutier is also full of scenery, lights and attendance, as cities and temples have inspired him. Lover of poetry, he feels and expresses the intimacy of poets he regularly reads, such as Rimbaud, Schiller, Goethe, Lorca and Pablo Neruda. Sociologist, Husson-Dumoutier is a tireless researcher.
Husson-Dumoutier brings, the mystic chords of light, out in the shadows and objects made from sand, and pure pigments. He finds them in different countries of the world he s visits. His career is prolific and he multiplies approaches in different techniques. As a sculptor he worked crystal to the hammer.
Technician also of sound and light Alain Husson-Dumoutier created his first phonosensitive painting in 1981. In the center of the surgace, an area reacts to treble and midrange sounds. The parts at the top and bottom react to others. The painting or sculpture react to all sounds and music by following the variations in all their nuances. Let the eye listen.
Several works of this type are present in public and private international collections, Including the General Council of the Oise and the library of Sevres.
In 1996, UNESCO asked to carry out two trophies sculptures, one of which is part of the permanent collection of UNESCO, the other being intended as a trophy to Madanjeet Singh Prize for Tolerance and Nonviolence . This is the beginning of a long collaboration between the artist and the international organization which appointed him in 1999, UNESCO Artist for Peace.
In 1999 he exhibited at UNESCO “Northern wind,” over 137 paintings made from a book of poems written by Federico Mayor, Director General of UNESCO at that time. This book is coauthored Federico Mayor and Alain Husson-Dumoutier.
In 2004, pursuing research on monotheism, he wishes to convey his pictorial and artistic vision of the religious texts of the Holy books: the Torah, the New Testament and the Koran. In 2006 he represented the French Painting in Sarajevo to mark the 10th anniversary of the Dayton peace accords. In 2007 he presented to the Senate in Paris and the Museum of the Thirties at Boulogne / Seine: Egypt and the Three Holy Books, more than 200 paintings. On this occasion, a book phonosensible called The Three Holy Books for Peace, prefaced by Koichiro Matsuura, Director-General of UNESCO, is published by LB Story.
In June 2010 a major exhibition on the soul of the Mediterranean is made at the request of the municipality in St. Tropez. Over 300 works were presented, paintings and sculptures on monotheism.
In 2014, After seven years of interviews and artistic work ,the exhibition of “The survivors of the Holocaust Courage, Will, Life “ is presented at the UNESCO headquarters with 37 figurative, symbolic or illustrative portraits. The official work has been prefaced by Irina Bokova Director General of UNESCO and a bilingual catalogue is issued.
Decorations and awards
1979 Signatures award
1986 Leonardo da Vinci Award
1987 Silver Medal of the City of Paris
1999 Named UNESCO Artist for Peace
2002 Named Commander of the National Order of Arts and Letters (France)
1977 Galerie Aresta (Paris)
1978 Galerie Ars Magna (Paris)
1979 Galerie Ars Magna et Aresta (Paris)
1983 Galerie de Puteaux (92)
Galerie Chante Pierre (Lausanne,Suisse)
1985 Palais de Chaillot (Paris)
1987 Musée d’Art Moderne LAM , Villeneuve d’Ascq (59)
1989 Galerie Claude Lemand (Paris)
1990 Galerie Akhenaton, Le Caire (Egypte)
1991 Galerie Huguette Bultel (Strasbourg)
1992 Galerie ARTE, Mannheim (Allemagne)
1993 Le Citrus, Los Angeles (U.S.A.)
1994 Palais Biron, Baden-Baden (Allemagne)
1995 Musée de Sainte-Maxime (83)
1996 Conseiller Artistique de la soirée du G7 à Lyon
Conseil Général de l’Oise Beauvais- les 7 piliers de la Sagesse. Sculptures Phono sensibles.
1998 Invité d’Honneur du Salon d’Automne en Normandie
1999 UNESCO (Paris)
2000 Les Médias Soleils , Sèvres (92)
Palais Biron, Baden-Baden et Bühl (Allemagne)
2001 Galerie Sept, Boulogne (92)
2002 Galerie Sept, Boulogne (92)
2003 Eglise de la Madeleine (Paris)
2004 Centre Communautaire Juif (Paris)
Espace Alberica (Paris)
Galerie Lavignes-Bastille (Paris)
2006 Galerie MAK , Sarajevo
Musée d’Art Contemporain, Sarajevo
Galerie Itinérance (Paris)
2007 Musée des Années Trent, Boulogne (92)
2010 Espace Jean Despas, Saint-Tropez (83)
Galerie Hiyake, Grimaud (83)
Galerie Véra Amsellem (Paris)
2013 Galerie Nicolas Flamel (Paris)
2014 UNESCO (Paris)
2016 Exposition à l’ONU (Genève)
Musée d’art moderne de Rio de Janeiro
Musée Air France à Paris
Musée de Tel-Aviv
Musée d’art moderne du Caire
Maison de France au Koweït
Musée d’art moderne de Villeneuve d’Ascq LAM
Fondation Gulbenkian de Lisbonne
Musée de Sainte-Maxime
Musée d’Art Moderne de Nice MAMAC
Musée d’art moderne de Palerme
Musée des années Trente de Boulogne
Musée de l’ONU
Catalogues et publications
Labyrinthes (musée de Sainte-Maxime), texte de Jean-Daniel de Germond, conservateur
Les 7 piliers de la sagesse (conseil général de l’Oise)
Egypte en Egypte, Editions Clea, texte d’Olivier Poivre d’Arvor
La Presse et le Signe, texte de Jean-Louis Poitevin
Vent d’Autan (Maisonneuve&Larose) illustration des poèmes de Federico Mayor
Husson-Dumoutier, Editions Lavignes Bastille
Les Trois Livres Sacrés pour la Paix, Editions LB Story, texte de Jean de Bengy
Husson-Dumoutier Editions du Soleil