I dedicate this chronicle especially to Guidi’s daughter, Fréderique and her children Camille, Pauline and Rémi as well as to our friends in the Oise, the Nièvre, Switzerland, Germany and the United States of America, and to all those -art professionals, politicians, reporters of newspapers, radio and television- who helped in Guidi’s local, national and international career, with their skills, and loyal and friendly support :
the reporters Marie-Noelle (le Courrier Picart), Myriam Maquet (Radio Bleue), Yannick Tranchant (FDL Creil and Fugue Compiègne), Sophie Hautebout-Crimon, Hervé Bruat and Pierre-Yves Morvan, chief editor (FR3 Nord Picardie)
people from the Oise such as André Vantomme, mayor of Clermont and afterwards Vice-Président du Conseil Général de l'Oise, Michel Francaix (deputy mayor of Chambly), Jacques Fleury (deputy mayor of Roye) and Jean-François Mancel (former president of the Conseil Général)
gallery owners Jean-François Parmentier (gallery Schèmes in Lille and the U.S.A.) Helga Friese (Basel Art gallery and Kunstmesse) and Elizabeth Fark (Germany)
the Science-Frontières festival and his director, founder and reporter Jean-Yves Casgha and our mutual friend Corinne Russo, manager and founder of the Office du Tourisme de Cavaillon and the Parc du Luberon
Jean-Louis Balleret, sollicitor and writer, great art collector, conseiller général de la Nièvre, in charge of heritage and cultural life for, among others, the beautiful tribute to Guidi at the Palais Ducal in May 2004 in Nevers.
Translators : Mary de Jong, Maria Bijland, Simonpierre Delorme, and G.A. Wiggers