Serge Saunière is a French artist who lived in Japan. He now lives and works in Paris.
Jan Voss is a German artist born in 1936. He lives in Paris.
Juan Jorda is a Spanish artist. He lives and works in Toulouse.
Anne Slacik is a French artist born in 1959. She lives and works near Paris.
Kjell Nupen was a Norwegian contemporary artist (1955 - 2014).
Khoa Pham is a Vietnamese artist, he lives and works in Paris.
Artists from France and abroad came to work at Pousse Caillou, first in Paris and later in Roquefort. The studio offered an exceptional equipment and the fact that it was in the South of France was finally an asset, in the countryside of Corbières.
Nombreux sont les artistes venus créer à l'atelier Pousse Caillou. Outre la compétence reconnue du lithographe et l'équipement technique rare (lien vers page), Pousse Caillou offrait aussi un environnement particulier, au milieu de la garrigue des Corbières.
Entre 1974 et 1999, ce sont vingt-cinq années de collaborations souvent amicales à Paris puis à Roquefort des Corbières.
A Paris dans les années 70, le temps était à la protestation et nombreuses sont les affiches sorties des presses, avec Robert Forgas, GAP et d'autres encore.
Certains artistes y ont découvert la technique, comme Patrick Loste, arrivé tout jeune et qui a créé là jusqu'à la fin de l'activité, Fabienne Verdier que Luc valdelièvre avait contactée après avoir vu son travail à Hong Kong. D'autres y sont venus avec leur matériel, comme Serge Saunière qui apportait ses pinceaux japonais.
List of artists who worked at POUSSE CAILLOU studio :
Emmanuelle Aussedat (France, born in 1956)
Vincent Bioulès (France, born in 1938)
Peter Brandes (Denmark, born in 1944)
Alain Chardon (France, lives in Barcelona)
Philippe Charpentier (France, born in 1949)
Holley Chirot (USA, 1942-1984)
Michel Cure (France, born in 1958)
Daniel Dezeuze (France, born in 1942)
Dado (Yougoslavie, lives in France, born in 1933)
Daniel Duhamel (France)
Jean-Louis Espilit (France, born in 1943)
Kim En Joong (Corée, born in 1940)
Flechemuller (France, vit aux USA)
Robert Forgas (France, 1929-1999)
GAP (France, born in 1941)
Beatriz Garrigo (Spain, lives in France, born in 1958)
Alain Gauvin (France, born in 1936)
Victor Gray (Angleterre, vit en France, born in 1945)
Nicholas Hondrogen (USA, 1952-2007)
Juan Jordà (Spain, lives in France, born in 1929)
Eliane Larus (France, born in 1944)
Albert Lémant (France, born in 1953)
Patrick Loste (France, born in 1955)
Kjell Nupen (Norvège, 1955-2014)
Khoa Pham (Vietnam, lives in France, born in 1958)
Serge Plagnol (France, born in 1951)
Gottfried Salzmann (Autriche, vit en France, born in 1943)
Serge Saunière (France, born in 1947)
Wolfgang Seierl (Autriche, born in 1955)
Anne Slacik (France, born in 1959)
Matias Spescha (Suisse, 1925-2008)
Kjeld Ulrich (Danemark, born in 1942)
Fabienne Verdier (France, born in 1962)
Patrice Vermeille (France, born in 1937)
Bertrand Vivin (France, 1949-2009)
Jan Voss (Allemagne, vit en France, born in 1936)
Matias Spescha was born in Switzerland (1925-2008). He settled in the South of France in the village of Bages, nearby Roquefort des Corbières. He regularly worked atPousse Caillou.
Nicholas Hondrogen (1955-2007) is a painter, photographer and film-maker. He settled in Paris in the early 70's where his works were shown at Espace Cardin for their first exhibition. He met Luc and Perlette Valdelièvre at that time and then started a deep friendship and several collaborations, both in Paris and Roquefort des Corbières.
Patrick Loste is a Catalan artist, born in 1955. He is one of the artists who worked a lot of times at Pousse Caillou studio ; he lives in the same region and his friendship with Luc Valdelièvre created lots of opportunities to collaborate...
Fabienne Verdier is a French artist born in 1962. In the 80's, she travels to China to study painting and calligraphy techniques.
Daniel Dezeuze was born in 1942 and is one of the founders of the group of artists called Support-Surfaces movement. In 1999 Pousse Caillou starts a new project : Adieu XXème, a series of 20 lithographs by 20 different artists.