Jean Dubuffet: Brutal Beauty is the first major UK exhibition of the work of French artist Jean Dubuffet (1901–1985) in over 50 years
This September, Jean Dubuffet’s iconic 13ft sculpture Tour aux récits is to be installed at Smithson Plaza.
Christie’s continues to expand its online-only auction calendar. VICE and VIRTUE, the latest in a series of thematic online auctions from the Post-War and Contemporary Art department.
Writings on the Wall examines the significant influence of ancient and contemporary graffiti on the practice of a group of mid-twentieth-century artists Brassaï, Vlassis Caniaris, Jean Dubuffet, Manolo Millares, Antoni Tàpies and Cy Twombly
The release of 100 white helium-filled balloons will mark the opening of Robert Fraser’s Groovy Arts Club Band as a tribute to the anniversary of the You Are Here opening
One of the most important artists of the twentieth century, Dubuffet sought to create work which shunned traditional notions of beauty and favoured immediate forms of expression.
Pace Gallery will present the first major exhibition of Jean Dubuffet’s work at its gallery in London, made even more remarkable by the fact that 2017 marks the fiftieth year that Pace has represented Dubuffet.
There is a great eclectic exhibition at Pace London titled ‘A Strong Sweet Smell of Incense’that takes as inspiration the character and career of celebrated art dealer and pioneer, Robert Fraser, curated by Brian Clarke.
I love natural history and have since my first visit at age five to the City Museum in Leeds—it’s the immediate visual impact of it, the wonder, you just can’t help but go ‘wow’!
Then I will have a stand in a Street Market in the north of France (Braderie de Roubaix), before flying to Colombia, my wife’s country, where I’m planning to partner with locals street artists.
Late Paintings by Jean Dubuffet.
1 If you weren’t an artist, what else would you be? In fantasy, a world class cricketer. In reality, something… Read More
10 July – 27 August 2010 Borrowing its title from an essay by Jean Genet, The Tightrope Walker will explore… Read More
Erró (n.1932), “Baby Rockefeller”, 200 x 300 cm; 78 ¾ x 118 1/8 in. Exécuté en 1962-1963. Executed in 1962-1963…. Read More