AFTER PICASSO : 80 CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS.

Du 19 septembre au 27 décembre 2015 - Wexner Center for the Arts. The Ohio State University.

  • Azzawi, The Sabra and Shatila Massacres.

    The Sabra and Shatila Massacres, 1982-83. Polyptyque, technique mixte sur papier marouflé sur toile, 300 x 750 cm. Collection de la Tate Modern, Londres. © Dia Al-Azzawi.

AFTER PICASSO : 80 CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS.

Wexner Center for the Arts. The Ohio State University.

Explore Pablo Picasso’s potent legacy and persistent impact on several generations of artists in this vibrant exhibition, with nearly 150 works in a variety of mediums, occupying all the Wexner Center for the Arts galleries this fall.

Among those included are such Picasso peers as Brassaï, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Henri-Cartier Bresson, and Dora Maar. Plus you’ll find contemporary masters like Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Cindy Sherman, William Wegman, Louise Lawler, Sigmar Polke, Dia Al-Azzawi, Amy Sillman, Fred Wilson, ....

Originally titled Picasso in Contemporary Art, the exhibition was first presented at the Deichtorhallen Hamburg on the occasion of its 25th anniversary and curated by the institution’s general director, Dirk Luckow.

After Picasso : 80 Contemporary Artists
has been organized in cooperation with Deichtorhallen Hamburg. It offers the perfect bookend to Transfigurations : Modern Masters from the Wexner Family Collection, which featured 19 works by Picasso and inaugurated our 25th Anniversary Season last September.

L’artiste irakien de Londres Dia Al-Azzawi y participe avec son fameux polyptyque Sabra et Chatila (1982-83, 300 x 750 cm), acquis par la Tate Modern en juillet 2012. Inspirée du Guernica de Picasso, cette œuvre sera reproduite dans le catalogue de l’exposition du Grand Palais PICASSO.MANIA, du 7 octobre 2015 au 29 février 2016.

Copyright © Galerie Claude Lemand 2012.

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