"Hergé" at the Grand Palais, Paris
This exhibition offers the opportunity
to decipher the art of Hergé, cartoonist who uses all means available to him and never deprives herself to learn from other arts. The ancient and primitive civilizations fascinate him. He forever admires the great masters. He tries himself to painting in the 1960s it was at this time that he also has a passion for the most avant-garde artists of his time and collects Warhol, Lichtenstein, Fontana, Dubuffet, Raynaud. In his squares, as in the cinema, painting or photography, he multiplies plans, frameworks and perspectives. A whole set of processes that help him compose these scenes, these images whose strength has scored readers generations of Tintin.
Until the 15th of January 2017. www.grandpalais.fr