« Jasper Johns: Regrets » at the MoMA, New York.
The exhibition that the MoMA has dedicated to the leader of American art since the 1950s is dedicated to his most recent production, paintings, drawings and prints.
. It is in June 2012 that Jasper Johns discovered a photo of a painting by Lucian Freud in an auction catalogue. Inspired not only by the photographic image, but also by the physical qualities of the object itself, Johns reworked this motif through several multi-media permutations. Using a complex combination of techniques, he created a series entitled “Regrets” by exploring the constant interaction of materials, their representation and their individual signification.
Until September 1.