Martin Barré | Exhibition catalogue

Published on the occasion of the retrospective-event devoted to him at the Centre Pompidou (October 14, 2020-January 4, 2021), this reference monograph affirms Martin Barré (1924-1993) as one of the great abstract painters of the 20th century, on a par with Pierre Soulages and Simon Hantaï.

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Martin Barré
Martin Barré
Artist
Martin Barré
Martin Barré
Topics
Essays on art

Description

Under the direction of Clément Dirié, a specialist in the work, and Michel Gauthier, curator at the Centre Pompidou in charge of the exhibition, the richly illustrated book brings together French and international authors: Yve-Alain Bois, Jean-Pierre Criqui, Molly Warnock, Ann Hindry.
It gives an account of Martin Barré's different periods of creation and his essential contributions to contemporary painting, notably his aerosol spray paintings of the 1960s and his conception of pictorial space as a constantly renewed conceptual and visual playground.

Descriptions & Features

Authors
Under the direction of Clément Dirié and Michel Gauthier
Publisher
Éditions du Centre Pompidou
Dimensions
23.8 cm x 28 cm
Publication year
2020
Number of pages
224

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