20 July 2019

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JEAN-PHILIPPE HAURE was born in Orléans, France on 19 January 1969 to a coach­builder father and a mother who was a sec­re­tary.

Les bords de Loire

He did well enough in sec­ondary school to get accepted in the pres­ti­gious "Ėcole Boulle de Paris" from where he grad­u­ated with the diploma of "métiers d’art" five years later. Attracted by the Benedictine spir­i­tu­ality, he joined the monastery of St. Benoît sur Loire. Shortly there­after, he was sent as a vol­un­teer to Indonesia where he was assigned to the school of art "Sasana Hasta Karya". For JEAN-PHILIPPE, this was to be the begin­ning of an artistic and cul­tural journey full of awak­en­ings and rewards...

1969 Born in Orléans, France.

1983 Admitted to Ecole Boule, Paris, France. [1].

Place de la Nation, Paris
L’école Boulle

1989 Worked on the restora­tion of national French fur­ni­ture.

1989 Joined the monastery of St. Benoît sur Loire, Abbaye de Fleury. [2].

Saint Benoît sur Loire
The Basilica on the court­yard side

1990 Volunteered to be assigned to Indonesia to the school Sasana Hasta Karya, Bali, Indonesia.

The island of Bali
Sasana Hasta Karya

1991 Worked to develop at Sasana Hasta Karya new lec­tures, cab­inet making, art drawing, painting and oper­a­tion of machinery.

1992 Begins, as a hobby, to pho­tograph in Black and White the Balinese everyday life.

1996 After the depar­ture of Sasana Hasta Karya’s founder – Jean-Philippe assumed the posi­tion of Headmaster under the authority of Monsignor Bria, Bishop of Denpasar. During this time, he lived in the Abianbase Palace and learned about Balinese everyday life. He also became a member of the Abianbase Palace musical group called "Bala Ganjur".

1997 Participated in "Gelar Kalpika 97" exhi­bi­tion at the Hilton Hotel in Jakarta. Participates in ‘anatomy classes’ at the Pranoto’s Gallery in Ubud, Bali.

1998 Participated in "Human Form" exhi­bi­tion at the Pranoto’s Gallery, Ubud, Bali.

1999 Built his house in Kubu Bingin – vil­lage of artist, near Goa Gajah. He con­tinues to live here with his wife, Reizka and two sons, Tristan and Ludovic.

2000 First solo exhi­bi­tion at the Alliance Française, Jakarta orga­nized by the "Duta Fine Art Foundation".

2001 Participates in joint exhi­bi­tion "Human Form II" at the Pranoto’s Gallery, Ubud, Bali.

2001 Joins the "Bamboo Gallery", Ubud, Bali.

2006 Second solo exhi­bi­tion "PASSAGES" at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Jakarta. This exhi­bi­tion was inau­gu­rated by his excel­lency the Ambassador of France in Indonesia.

2009 Third solo exhi­bi­tion « Duality » with Kupu-Kupu Art Project Management at D Gallerie, Jakarta. This exi­bi­tion was inau­gu­rated by Mrs Shinta Widjaja Kamdani.

2011/2012 Fourth solo exhi­bi­tion « Rhapsody for the Otherness » with OneEastAsia International art man­age­ment, Singapore. This exi­bi­tion was inau­gu­rated by Mrs Aarti Lohia.

2012 A part of the « Rhapsody for the Otherness » col­lec­tion exhib­ited at Mondecor Gallery, Jakarta Art District, Jakarta.

2014 Fifth solo exhi­bi­tion "INSIGHT" at the hotel Sofitel, Nusa Dua, Bali. This exhi­bi­tion was inau­gu­rated by his excel­lency Mrs Corinne BREUZÉ, Ambassador of France in Indonesia.

2016 First price for Melancolia at the inter­na­tionnal salon de Taverny, France.

Please note

[1More than a hundred-year-old State School, "Ecole BOULLE", located in the 12th district of Paris, emphasizes creativity as well as expertise.

Past students hold key positions at home and abroad in various facets of home furnishing, interior design, product identity…

Today highly talented students and teachers are involved in real life projects with dynamic international partners such as L.V.M.H, Hennessy, Epeda, Jean-Claude Boisset, Perrier Jouët, Veuve Clicquot, Sheraton hotel, Schlumberger.

A policy of exhibiting students work at major trade fairs has enabled the School to build an enviable reputation. The students who attend and participate in these events, gain valuable professional and cultural experience.

André-Charles Boulle,(11 November 1642 – 28 February 1732), was the French cabinetmaker who is generally considered to be the preeminent artist in the field of marquetry. His fame in marquetry led to his name being given to a fashion of inlaying known as Boulle. Boulle was given the deceased Jean Mace’s own lodging in 1672 by Louis XIV upon the recommendation of Colbert, who described him as "le plus habile ébéniste de Paris", but in the patent conferring this privilege, he is described also as chaser, gilder and maker of marquetry.

[2Founded in 630 the monastery is situated on a mound on the banks of the Loire

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