Several hundred families supplement their agricultural income by selling small paintings to a clientele eager for exotic souvenirs. Among these hundred families, a few dozen individuals distinguished themselves by their talent arousing the admiration of regional, national and even sometimes international authorities. They are the pride of these communities. These are the artists that we encourage so they can remain the elements of pride necessary for the survival of these art forms.
For 20 years, we regularly buy works from more than thirty artists and organize exhibitions in both associative and institutional premises, from the Halle Saint Pierre to the Fondation Cartier.
In 2012, Hervé Perdriolle published the book: "Contemporary Indian Art, Contemporary One Word Several Worlds" by 5 Continents Editions. This book, in French and English, is one the reference books on Vernacular Contemporary Indian art of the last 20 years.