On the sidelines of the exhibition Bohuslav Reynek – Estampes des années cinquante [Bohuslav Reynek – Prints from the 1950s], Miluse Vidonne gives a brief, brisk, simply written account of her daily life in Czechoslovakia under the Soviet regime before moving to Grenoble, in the “free” world. Reynek’s art, which bears witness to a time when the West’s betrayal condemned Suzanne Renaud to a life of exile behind the Iron Curtain, was kept out of the public eye in his homeland for several decades.
Supplement to the catalogue of the exhibition in Saint-Martin d’Uriage, 2013.
Romarin, Grenoble 2013.
Illustrations: two watercolours by the author.
Format 21 x 21 cm.
48 pages. Softbound, illustrated cover.
ISBN : 2–910544–13–3