«Chu Teh-Chun, les chemins de l’abstraction» at the Pinacothèque, Paris.
The third part of a trilogy devoted artists of their time, this exhibition made waves in the abstract world.
Never presented as one of the important factors that led to the birth of abstraction,
yet photography frees the artist who can give free rein to his imagination, without being attached to the actual topic. To illustrate this analysis, the choice of Chu Teh-Chun is displayed. Inspired by the art of Goya, the Chinese artist – less known than his contemporary Zao Wou-Ki – shows that nature, even when released from figuration, remains the greatness witness of its time. The work of Chu The-Chun takes nature as its starting point, where the only thing that counts is movement, the perpetual evolution of colors and shapes.
Until March 16