Takesada Matsutani is no stranger to Paris having lived and worked here for decades. His work in the 1960s was striking and turned plenty of heads at the time. Yet, he remained largely overlooked for many decades. This changed in recent years when he became sought after at international art fairs in the city. Now, at the age of 82, he has a vital retrospective that looks at some of the important themes and periods of his work. One such period is the one that contains his black work. These pieces strikingly look at form and texture. Visitors will also be interested in the organic nature of his work.
This is a show that you need to see in person to appreciate. Furthermore, we don’t want to miss out on a chance to see Takesada Matsutani’s work as a living artist. Visit the Paris Centre Pompidou until September 23rd to learn more.
From 26 June to 23 September 2019
Centre Pompidou, Paris
4th Flour – Gallery of the museum
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