Simon Hantaï. Panses - 1964-1965

Publication dedicated to the "Panses" series developed by Simon Hantaï from 1964 to 1965.
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Simon Hantaï, The Centenary Exhibition

Description

Exhibited in 1967 at the Jean Fournier Gallery, these paintings reflect both the artist's need to return to the embryonic and his refusal of any preconceived formalism.
Molly Warnock meticulously analyses the painter's path to the conception of the folding process and the creation of this series.
Karim Ghaddab responds to the historian of the visual arts, developing in particular the notion of "latency" in these distinctive works by Hantaï.
Two complementary texts that contribute today to giving a new perspective on this series that was once disowned by the public but which inspired the younger artistic generation.

Description & Features

Characteristics

Bilingual French - English

Authors

Molly Warnock
Karim Ghaddab
Publisher
galerie Jean Fournier
Dimensions
20 x 26
Publication year
2012
Number of pages
63
Number of illustrations
50
EAN
9782359060881

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