Martigny: Fondation Pierre Gianadda. Near Fine. 2010. Paperback. 288 pages; Clean and tight in original glossy pictorial wrappers. For the second time since 1995 the Pierre Gianadda Foundation shows an important exhibition about the painter Nicolas de Staël, one of the most influential European after-war artists. The curator of the exhibition, Jean-Louis Prat, focused on ten years of intense production between 1945 and 1955, when the artist was inventing a radically new pictoral language between abstract and figurative art. The exhibition contains about 130 works, 78 paintings and 52 drawings, from private and public collections in Europe and the United States, in particular Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, Henie - Onstad Art Center, Norway, Kunsthaus, Zurich, Kunstmuseum, Bern, Tate Gallery, London, The Phillips Collection, Washington and loans from the artists family. All themes are rendered on both big and small canvases : nature, landscapes in Agrigente, Sicily, nudes, football-players, still lifes giving a perfect overview on the artists work. . (Inventory #: 39406)
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