Titouan Lamazou, an artist and a sailor, will present one piece of work that will be sold for the benefit of the Monaco Red Cross and will enable it to continue providing help to Malian refugees.
Titouan Lamazou, an artist, a photographer and a sailor, paints portraits of women that he encounters while travelling around the world. Having defended the cause of women for years, he pays tribute to these women through his art that is exhibited all around the world.
Titouan Lamazou decided to start sailing at the age of 18. From that time on, his travels will served him as a source of inexhaustible inspiration. He mastered his art skills during these voyages.
In the year of 1991, he sailed with Eric Tabarly and won the first Vendée Globe award, as well as the title of a world champion of a sailing race. This title allows him to unleash his artistic vocation and to organize his own exhibitions.
On the occasion of the famous Yacht show, Titouan Lamazou’s works will be exhibited in Marlborough Gallery from 10th to 28th of September. Around sixty pieces will be exhibited including those that belong to the series called “Touaregs” created this year. A painting called “Assietou”, which was done in the camp of Sag’Nioniogo in Burkina Faso, which is supported by the Government of the Principality of Monaco and the Monaco Red Cross in Burkina Faso, will be available for sale.
The Monegasque Red Cross invites you to attend this exhibition that presents the work of this great sailor at the Marlborough Gallery, 45 Quai Antoine I in Monaco. You might fall under the charm of “Assietou” and purchase this unique piece of work…