Welcome to the Cristel Éditeur d’Art Centre

Dedicated to modern art and contemporary art, the Cristel Éditeur d’Art Centre organizes four great annual exhibitions in a retail and exhibition hall
in Saint-Malo (Rocabey), close to the beach Plage du Sillon, between the train station and the historical walled city.
The current exhibition features some sixty works of the French artist Frederic Brandon
specially chosen for a display entitled “Fédéric Brandon. Dreams & Colors”.
Franco Salas-Borquez’s works on the ocean, Bédouin‘s little egret, animal bronzes by Damien Colcombet
and Anne Limbour’s works made with feathers, are also always presented.

Current exhibition

Frédéric Brandon. Dreams & Colors

from 27 April to 20 July 2024


If we wanted to talk more about him, we’d have to invent a verb: brandoner. A transitive verb, obviously, meaning a certain way of looking at life and painting it. It’s also an intransitive verb, to emphasise this way of letting the hours flow and then stop, just as an old bard would do when evening falls and he’s sitting on a rock, counting off one by one the thousand offerings of the landscape. For under his fine woollen cap, behind his white beard, Frédéric Brandon looks just like that: a bard.

Together, let’s support freedom in Ukraine!

Portrait Zelensky (Ukraine) par Camilla Adami

 Make a cheque for €500 payable to
“Ouest-France Solidarité – Aide aux Ukrainiens “

We’ll immediately send you an art portfolio,
limited to 100 copies,
valued at €590,
featuring two lithographs printed on BFK Rives pur chiffon vellum,
signed by Camilla Adami and Éric Fottorino.

New works

Behind the scenes


Toulouse-Lautrec Behind the scenes

Present moments

Daniele Steardo

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

Monkey and Leopard

Salvador Dalí

Portrait Zelensky (Ukraine) by Camilla Adami

The Sixth Elephant

Damien Colcombet

Damien Colcombet Sixth Elephant Animal Bronze

Last publications

Exposition Regarde Colette Méheut

Cristel Éditeur d’Art published the “real” “Regarde…”, embellished with gouaches and documents never seen, never read, in a limited edition of 100 copies.

The box of “Colette and Méheut. The Secrets of “Regarde”…” brings together:
– a 44-page text containing unpublished documents on the genesis of the book,
– the reproduction of Colette’s manuscript (sixteen pages),
– the reproduction of “Regarde…” published in 1929
– 20 original prints in colors printed in facsimile by the art studio Clot, Bramsen & Georges, in Paris, on large pure rag paper.