Book in a portfolio presents contemporary tapestries and carpets from the French Manufactures of Gobelins, Beauvais and Savonnerie, created by international artists since 1965.
Book in a portfolio presents contemporary tapestries and carpets from the French Manufactures of Gobelins, Beauvais and Savonnerie, created by international artists since 1965. Limited edition of 350 numbered, with 16 hand-coloured stencilled illustrations.
• Artists: Geneviève Asse, Pierre Buraglio, Louise Bourgeois, Cécile Bart, Alexandre Calder, Eduardo Chillida, Sonia Delaunay, Julije Knifer, Hans Hartung, Etienne Hajdu, Gottfried Honegger, Claude Lévêque, Aurélie Nemours, Alicia Penalba, Serge Poliakoff, Georges Rousse. © Adagp, Paris, 2007 - Mobilier national.
|Size||24 x 30 cm|
|Technique||Stencilled illustrations Deluxe casket with an original tapestrie created in the French factories|
Born in Vannes (France) in 1923. She lives and works between Paris and l'île aux Moines (France).
Born in Dijon. Lives and works in Marsannay-la-Côte.
Born in France in 1911 and living in New York since 1938, Louise Bourgeois is a major artist of the second half of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century. Crossing surrealism, abstract expressionism, minimalism, oscillating between abstract geometry and organic reality, he work escapes artistic classifications. Based on memory, emotion, reactivation of childhood memories, she obeys a subjective logic, using every medium and shape. Louise Bourgeois’ personal and autobiographic language meets the most contemporary practices and has an influence on many artists.
When he was 9 years old, Georges Rousse received the legendary Kodak Brownie camera as a Christmas gift. Since then, the camera has never left his side. While attending medical school in Nice, he decided to study professional photography and printing techniques, then opened his own studio dedicated to architectural photography. Soon, his passion for the medium led to devote himself entirely to photography, following in the footsteps of such great American masters as Steichen, Stieglitz and Ansel Adams.
After he discovered Land Art and Malevich's Black Square against a white field, Georges Rousse altered his relationship to photography, inventing a unique approach that shifted the relationship of painting to space. He began making installations in the types of abandoned or derelict buildings that have long held an attraction for him--creating ephemeral, one-of-a-kind artworks by transforming these sites into pictorial spaces that are visible only in his photographs.
From the early 1980s on, Georges Rousse has chosen to show his photographs on a large scale, so that his viewers participate in the work and experience the sense of space in a compelling way.
Collapsing the usual restrictions between artistic mediums, his unique body of work quickly made its mark on the contemporary art world. Since his first exhibition in Paris, at the Galerie de France in 1981, Georges Rousse has continued creating his installations and showing his photographs around the world, in Europe, in Asia (Japan, Korea, China, Nepal.), in the United States, in Quebec and in Latin America.
He has participated in numerous biennials (Paris, Venice, Sydney) and received many prestigious awards:
|1983||Villa Médicis "hors les murs" à New York|
|1985-1987||Villa Médicis, Rome|
|1988||International Center of Photography Award, New York|
|1989||Salon de Montrouge Drawing Prize|
|1992||Romain Roland Fellowship, Calcutta|
|1993||National Grand Prix of Photography|
|2008||Succeeded Sol LeWitt as an associate member of the Belgian Royal Academy|
He is represented by several European galleries and his works are included in many major collections the world over.
Georges Rousse was born in 1947 in Paris, where he currently lives and works.
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