BRASSAÏ, Sans titre, de la série Graffiti (Images primitives) 1945-1955, Collection Centre Pompidou, musée national d’art moderne, Paris.
Brassaï - GRAFFITI
Couverture du catalogue de l'exposition "Brassaï - GRAFFITI"

Brassaï - GRAFFITI

Nov 09, 2016 — Jan 30, 2017

Centre Pompidou

Place Georges Pompidou
75004 paris
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Drawing on its rich collection of photographs, the Centre Pompidou is devoting a presentation to the celebrated Graffiti series by the Hungarian-born French photographer Brassaï.
The Graffiti series, on which the photographer worked for over twenty-five years, contains over 500 pictures, some still little-known. By unveiling many hitherto unpublished images, the exhibition staged in the Galerie de Photographies takes a more in-depth look at this celebrated group of works and its influence on artists and writers close to Brassaï, who included Pablo Picasso, Jacques Prévert and Jean Dubuffet.
In a completely new way, the exhibition places this cult Graffiti series in its context and sheds light on how it was perceived and understood in its time.

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