Iché in November 1953 in his Montparnasse studio in Paris
Born in Sallèles-d'Aude (France) where his father is a pharmacist.
Her younger sister Reine dies of typhoid fever.
Birth of his sister Régine.
Suicide of his maternal grandfather Lucien Maillet, winegrower in Ouveillan.
Following the consequences of wine crisis, all his paternal uncles, aunts and cousins moved to Paris.
Iché becomes a boarder at the elite high school Lycée de Carcassonne, a former Jesuit institution.
First portraits and landscapes in pastel and oil painting.
Cheated on his age to join the Hussars. Obtains the Bachelor's degree in Philosophy and Science.
Fighting at Verdun with the 60th Infantry Regiment. First Military Citation for Bravery.
Military trained as a senior officer in Saint-Cyr ( Uncle Sam promotion). Meets Guillaume Apollinaire and frequents poetry circles. Second Military Citation for intelligence mission.
Briefly begins medical studies at the Faculty of Montpellier.
Wounded and gassed. Began law studies.
Settles permanently in Paris, first at his aunt's house, then in a hotel on Rue Jacob. Attends literary and artistic circles and tries his hand at journalism.
Graduated in law, Iché is recruited by Department of Merchant Marine.
Links to American artists, he discover sculpture in Antoine Bourdelle's studio.
Resigned from the administration against the advice of his family. Settles in a studio at 33 rue Dutôt, not far from Jane Poupelet's studio.
First participation at the Salon des Indépendants. The day of the opening, his work Forfaiture is censored by the police for "indecency" shortly before the arrival of the President of the Republic.
His project The War to Canet-d'Aude was rejected for pacifism.
Execute the Ouveillan War Memorial.
Marries her model Rosa Achard, known as Renée.
Birth of their daughter Hélène.
First solo exhibition at the Zborowski Gallery in Paris.
Recognizes Rosa's daughter, Laurence, and gives her name. Stays in Provence and begins the production of personal medals.
Solo exhibition at the Galerie du Portique in Paris.
Receives a special mention from the Viking Prize for the Counterflower.
Sculpts Guernica in April and designs several works for the International Exhibition of Arts and Techniques in Paris.
Participates in the exhibition Contemporary French Art at the New York World's Fair.
Disbarred from the army, Iché is sent back to his home.
In the summer, Iché joins the Resistance within the Museum of Man's network.
Joined the Cohors network founded by his friend Jean Cavaillès.
Clandestine bronze casting of The Torn to offer it to General de Gaulle in London.
Participates at the "Salon d'Automne de la Libération" with The Torn and The Wrestlers.
Participates in the French Pavilion of the Venice Biennale.
Created the Monument to the Hostages in Puiseaux and the Monument to the Resistance in Carcassonne.
Founded the National Union of Sculptors.
Solo exhibition at Galerie Berheim-Jeune.
Obtains the Grand Prix des Beaux-arts de la Ville de Paris (Paris' city prize of Fine arts).
Receives the commission for the Auschwitz Martyrs' Monument.
Dies in Paris.