The Maeght Foundation presents a new exhibition of Homeopathic Paintings from French contemporary artist Fabrice Hyber from 6 October 2012 to 6 January 2013. More than twenty works, some quite large in size, will be shown among the 30 created by Fabrice Hyber to date. The exhibition also includes a set of Hommes de Bessines (Bessines Men) in the fountains of the Foundation's gardens. They particularly speak to the works of Miró but equally so to Calder, Giacometti, Dietman or Caro.
Essential Fabrice Hyber
Essential, the exhibition title chosen by Fabrice Hyber and Olivier Kaeppelin, emphasizes the subject of the Homeopathic Paintings through all the meanings and the games with which this word lends itself to as well as the importance the artist gives to it. Brought together for the first time, this exhibition of Homeopathic Paintings, a free and conflicting syntheses of his research, will allow a wider audience to discover the work of Fabrice Hyber. Art enthusiasts will find the Maeght Foundation a unique setting to immerse themselves into the heart of this "essential" artist's work.
The Maeght Foundation is dedicated to art from our era. During the temporary exhibitions, only a part of the permanent collection is on display.