Gérard Garouste, born in 1964, is one of the most important contemporary French painters and an uncompromising proponent of figuration. Drawing from mythology, literature, biblical texts and Talmudic studies, his paintings relentlesssy ask questions and unsettle the viewer, like a game whose rules are perpertually reinvented.
The retrospective organised by the Centre Pompidou offers a unique and a deep insight into the unclassifiable career of Gérard Garouste, the "restless man".
Structured by the room texts of the exhibition, it presents a set of major works analyzed by a notice and supplemented with quotations.
A work intended for the general public, bilingual, clear and very illustrated, in addition to the catalog of the exhibition.
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- Editions du Centre Pompidou
- 27 x 27 cm
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