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Exhibition at Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain

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Lee Friedlander, Montana, 2008

Thirty years after the exhibition Hommage à Ferrari, the Fondation Cartier will once again focus its attention on the world of cars with the exhibition Autophoto dedicated to photography’s relationship to the automobile.

Karel Appel at Musée d’Art moderne in Paris

Art as a celebration!

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Karel Appel: L’Homme hibou n°1, 1960

Taking as its starting point a remarkable group of twenty-one paintings and sculptures donated by the Karel Appel Foundation in Amsterdam, the Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris is presenting an exhibition covering the artist’s entire career, from the CoBrA years to his death in 2006.

The cosmopolitan Dutch artist Karel Appel is known as one of the founding members of the CoBrA group, created in Paris in 1948 and self-dissolved in 1951. With members including Asger Jorn and Pierre Alechinsky, CoBrA set out to eclipse such contemporary academic forms as abstract art, which they saw as too rigid and rational. They proposed instead a spontaneous, experimental art that included various practices inspired by Primitivism. They were especially drawn to children’s drawings and the art of the mentally disturbed, and held fast to the international aspirations characteristic of the avant-garde.

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New article by Eva Lewarne online!

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Zoeschlin Publishing Community posted  ·  Oktober 5th, 4:43 pm

Vladimir Zhdanov follows the example of french impressionists. Enjoy his flowers and landscapes!

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