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SOLD OUT - Hantaï, Klee, and other Abstractions

5.800 Ft

The exhibition entitled Hantaï, Klee, and other Abstractions presents the works Simon Hantaï produced shortly after 1948, during his artistic period in Paris when he studied the most important movements of modernism. Besides works by Hantaï, visitors can also view pieces by Paul Klee, as well as those by Joan Miró, Pablo Picasso, Sam Francis, and Jackson Pollock, among others. This cabinet exhibition is the latest example of an artistic dialogue spanning several periods, and of a curatorial methodology built on sequences of pictures.

The exhibition is accompanied by a 130-page catalogue, which includes an essay by the curator and a large-scale interview with Hantaï’s wife, Zsuzsa Biró, conducted by Anne Baldassari, the Chief Curator of the Fondation Louis Vuitton (Paris).