Daniel Dezeuze, Toile ajourée, toile découpée, 1967, 195 x 130,2 cm

Daniel Dezeuze

In the case of Daniel Dezeuze, whose thinking on painting was “combined with an admiration for the work of the American minimalists”, cutting the canvas represented a desire to break from the “screen-surface” of the painting as early as 1967 and to “confront real space”, allowing the stretcher to appear.

Fondation Gandur pour l'Art collection

For more information: a catalog was published on the occasion of the exhibition At the heart of abstraction. Fondation Gandur pour l’Art collection
Editor: Fondation Maeght
Prefaces: Adrien Maeght and Jean Claude Gandur
Texts: Yan Schubert and Lucie Pfeiffer
Reproduction of all exhibited works
184 pages

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