Simon Hantaï | Exhibition Album

An exhaustive overview of the main artworks displayed in the Simon Hantaï exhibition held at the Centre Pompidou, coming with numerous explanatory notes.

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Simon Hantaï
Topics
Fine arts

Description

The retrospective dedicated to Simon Hantaï, one of the main artists of the second half of the 20th century, gives us for the first time the opportunity to discover his complex, poetic and singular work in its entirety.
The book sheds light on the artist's development over the years, from the first Surrealist canvases to the astonishing writings-paintings. Then, beginning in 1960, the successive series of works proceeding from "pliage as a method" reveal him as a great colorist.

Descriptions & Features

Authors
Bénédicte Ajac
Publisher
Éditions du Centre Pompidou
Dimensions
270 mm x 270 mm x 5 mm
Publication year
2013
Number of pages
60
Number of illustrations
65
EAN
9782844265982

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