Thaddaeus Ropac Gallery presents an exhibition dedicated to the American artist James Rosenquist. This monographic retrospective features over 40 years of creative work by Rosenquist divided into two parts : 33 artworks which include huge scale paintings in the art-gallery Pantin (93) and collages in the venue space Marais (Paris 3).
This artist is a major name in the pop-art universe beside Warhol or even Roy Lichtenstein. A product of the advertising world, he depicts rampant consumerism in the roaring thirties. This exhibition highlights the particular technique of painting developed by James Rosenquist from a distorted collage. Several collections will be presented including one devoted to space and pays tribute to Picasso.
Opening cocktail, 11th September in Pantin from 2pm to 6pm.
The Gallery also proposes an exhibition on the collaboration between the choreographer Lucinda Childs et Sol Lewitt.