In South Korea,until April 27, 2023, the exhibition entitled “Le Dandy de Provence” takes place.

This event within the prestigious THE HYUNDAI presents a hundred and thirty works by David around several themes. Organized by Miri Shin of the Korea Economic Daily in South Korea, curator, and Julia Chung (Via Canvas Gallery – Seoul) this exhibition is mainly focused on the favorite character of David, the introportrait, and his recent floral inspirations: the theme “Prairies”, “Forgotten flowers” ​​and Provence through olive trees and tributes to Van Gogh in particular.

An unpublished collection is also presented: the portraits of some Korean stars: the director Chan-Wook Park, the footballer Heung-Min Son, the actress Yuh-jung Youn, the volleyball player Yeon-koung Kim and the skater Yuna Kim, and some paintings inspired by films by Chan-Wook Park: “Decision to leave” and “I am a cyborg”.

The ticket office is open to access this exhibition: HERE

For all information on this great event, on the works presented as well as on the book to be published, go to:



THE GREATEST is an unprecedented event that we have been preparing for several months on the initiative of a couple of entrepreneurs, collectors and sports fans. Thus, since the first evocation of this beautiful project, new “models” have been invited to the studio for the constitution of a collection of 38 canvases that their owners intend for an atypical course.

David has therefore been working for a few months on portraits of great international champions. The list of these giants of the sports world submitted by the sponsors is initially very impressive (more than a hundred names). Some of them are real celebrities, others much more discreet. All of them have a story to tell beyond their sporting performances. Because the sponsors wish above all to highlight exceptional personalities from the world of sport who have or have had a major influence on the evolution of our societies. These champions who have left a lasting mark on our world. After being conscientiously documented on each of them, David has created 38 portraits of sportsmen and sportswomen who have particularly inspired him.

The sponsors intend this singular collection for a very good action: after several exhibitions in France and Switzerland, the paintings have been brought together in one and the same place, in Switzerland, where an auction sale will take place: THE OLYMPIC MUSEUM in Lausanne. The profits from the sale of these works will then be donated to the LEMAN HOPE association. The mission of this association is to restore hope and confidence to children and adolescents recently affected by cancer. Thanks to cruises organized on Lake Geneva, it allows all these young people to rebuild themselves psychologically and regain the strength to move forward in life. THE GREATEST, which already benefits from many supporters whom we thank very warmly, therefore aims to support the action of LEMAN HOPE.

You too can contribute to the success of this international event.

To get all information about the exhibition and the auction sale:

The charity auction The Greatest for Léman hope is now online on Arteal, as well as on Drouot

This is the collection of 38 portraits of these great names in sport:


In South Korea, from January 5th to February 14th, 2021, the exhibition entitled NEW JOURNEY was taking place. This event, at Seoul Art Center, was a retrospective of David’s work. Organized by Julia Chung (Via Canvas Gallery – Seoul) and Jade Media, this “journey” through the different themes explored by David over the past 20 years was presented as a getaway in Provence: the organizers wanted their event to be an alternative to the health context which prevents us from traveling around the world. Visitors therefore “travelled” to Uzès and an impressive reconstruction of certain parts of the workshop and our gallery was proposed to them throughout the exhibition.



En Corée du Sud, en marge de la Comédie Musicale “Mata Hari” qui s’est produite jusque juin 2016 au théâtre Blue Square de Séoul, a eu lieu une exposition de toiles de David, spécialement créées pour l’évènement, sur la thématique du Moulin Rouge.

La plus grande toile s’intitule “Let the dance begin” et mesure 200 x 200 cm. C’est elle que l’on retrouve sur les différentes communications autour de l’évènement, en particulier sur l’immense bannière apposée sur un mur du théâtre. L’oeuvre originale a pris place dans le hall d’entrée du théâtre.

Les autres toiles ont fait l’objet d’une exposition au sein du théâtre et ont suivi l’évènement au cours de la tournée mondiale(Londres, New York, etc…) de cette comédie musicale signée Franck Wildhorn.

Soir de la 1ère: 29 mars 2016


En 2013, la Municipalité de Calais, sous l’impulsion de Natacha Bouchart, Sénateur Maire, fait l’acquisition de l’oeuvre intitulée “Les Bourgeois de Calais – La Stupeur”, une toile de 120 x120cm qui demeure désormais exposée en l’Hôtel de Ville de la Cité des Six Bourgeois. Tout un symbole! C’est en effet à Calais même qu’eurent lieu les premières expositions de David.