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La rencontre avec Dina Vierny

La rencontre

Avec la guerre, Maillol se retire dans son atelier, isolé dans la montagne, et travaille, avec Dina bien sûr, à son œuvre ultime : « Harmonie ». Cette dernière sculpture restera inachevée puisque.

         Aristise Maillol (American and French, 1930‒2002) created exuberant works intended to transform environments, individuals, and society. The first New York museum exhibition of the work of this visionary feminist and activist artist will feature over 100 works that highlight Saint Phalle’s interdisciplinary approach and engagement with pressing social and political issues.

 

         Early in her career, Saint Phalle pushed against accepted artistic practices, creating work that used assemblage and performative modes of production. Beginning in the late 1960s, Saint Phalle started making large-scale sculptures, which led to an expansion of her practice into architectural projects, sculpture gardens, books, prints, films, theater sets, clothing, jewelry, and, famously, her own perfume.

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Maillol dans son atelier à Paris

1941

" Qu’est-ce qu’elle fera la peinture quand je ne serai plus là ? Il faudra bien qu’elle me passe sur le corps! "

Aristide Maillol

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Maillol, « Vue du Réservoir de Horta de Sant Joan, Espagne en 1909 », APPH2830, Musée national MAILLOL CopyrightRMN-Grand Palais (Musée national Picasso-Paris) / image RMN-GP, © Succession Picasso 2020

Dina Vierny, La muse

         Niki de Saint Phalle (American and French, 1930‒2002) created exuberant works intended to transform environments, individuals, and society. The first New York museum exhibition of the work of this visionary feminist and activist artist will feature over 100 works that highlight Saint Phalle’s interdisciplinary approach and engagement with pressing social and political issues.

 

         Early in her career, Saint Phalle pushed against accepted artistic practices, creating work that used assemblage and performative modes of production. Beginning in the late 1960s, Saint Phalle started making large-scale sculptures, which led to an expansion of her practice into architectural projects, sculpture gardens, books, prints, films, theater sets, clothing, jewelry, and, famously, her own perfume.

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Maillol, « Vue du Réservoir de Horta de Sant Joan, Espagne en 1909 », APPH2830, Musée national MAILLOL CopyrightRMN-Grand Palais (Musée national Picasso-Paris) / image RMN-GP, © Succession Picasso 2020

Qu’est-ce qu’elle fera la peinture quand je ne
serai plus là ? Il faudra bien qu’elle me passe sur
le corps!

Aristide Maillol

Les œuvres inspirées par
Dina Vierny

aristide-maillol-dans-son-atelier-2

Maillol, « Vue du Réservoir de Horta de Sant Joan, Espagne en 1909 », APPH2830, Musée national MAILLOL CopyrightRMN-Grand Palais (Musée national Picasso-Paris) / image RMN-GP, © Succession Picasso 2020

" Qu’est-ce qu’elle fera la peinture quand je ne serai plus là ? Il faudra bien qu’elle me passe sur le corps! "

Aristide Maillol

Propos recueillis par Bertrand Lorquin

Directeur du Musée Maillol

         Aristise Maillol (American and French, 1930‒2002) created exuberant works intended to transform environments, individuals, and society. The first New York museum exhibition of the work of this visionary feminist and activist artist will feature over 100 works that highlight Saint Phalle’s interdisciplinary approach and engagement with pressing social and political issues.

         Aristise Maillol (American and French, 1930‒2002) created exuberant works intended to transform environments, individuals, and society. The first New York museum exhibition of the work of this visionary feminist and activist artist will feature over 100 works that highlight Saint Phalle’s interdisciplinary approach and engagement with pressing social and political issues.

La rencontre

Avec la guerre, Maillol se retire dans son atelier, isolé dans la montagne, et travaille, avec Dina bien sûr, à son œuvre ultime : « Harmonie ». Cette dernière sculpture restera inachevée puisque.

         Aristise Maillol (American and French, 1930‒2002) created exuberant works intended to transform environments, individuals, and society. The first New York museum exhibition of the work of this visionary feminist and activist artist will feature over 100 works that highlight Saint Phalle’s interdisciplinary approach and engagement with pressing social and political issues.

 

         Early in her career, Saint Phalle pushed against accepted artistic practices, creating work that used assemblage and performative modes of production. Beginning in the late 1960s, Saint Phalle started making large-scale sculptures, which led to an expansion of her practice into architectural projects, sculpture gardens, books, prints, films, theater sets, clothing, jewelry, and, famously, her own perfume.

aristide-maillol-dans-son-atelier-2

Maillol dans son atelier à Paris

1941

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Maillol, « Vue du Réservoir de Horta de Sant Joan, Espagne en 1909 », APPH2830, Musée national MAILLOL CopyrightRMN-Grand Palais (Musée national Picasso-Paris) / image RMN-GP, © Succession Picasso 2020

Une Muse
pour maillol

Avec la guerre, Maillol se retire dans son atelier, isolé dans la montagne, et travaille, avec Dina bien sûr, à son œuvre ultime : « Harmonie ». Cette dernière sculpture restera inachevée puisque.

         Aristise Maillol (American and French, 1930‒2002) created exuberant works intended to transform environments, individuals, and society. The first New York museum exhibition of the work of this visionary feminist and activist artist will feature over 100 works that highlight Saint Phalle’s interdisciplinary approach and engagement with pressing social and political issues.

 

         Early in her career, Saint Phalle pushed against accepted artistic practices, creating work that used assemblage and performative modes of production. Beginning in the late 1960s, Saint Phalle started making large-scale sculptures, which led to an expansion of her practice into architectural projects, sculpture gardens, books, prints, films, theater sets, clothing, jewelry, and, famously, her own perfume. films, theater sets, clothing, jewelry, and, famously, her own perfume.

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La rencontre avec
Dina Vierny

Leur rencontre à Paris

Niki de Saint Phalle (American and French, 1930‒2002) created exuberant works intended to transform environments, individuals, and society. The first New York museum exhibition of the work of this visionary feminist and activist artist will feature over 100 works that highlight Saint Phalle’s interdisciplinary approach and engagement with pressing social and political issues.

Early in her career, Saint Phalle pushed against accepted artistic practices, creating work that used assemblage and performative modes of production. Beginning in the late 1960s, Saint Phalle started making large-scale sculptures, which led to an expansion of her practice into architectural projects, sculpture gardens, books, prints, films, theater sets, clothing, jewelry, and, famously, her own perfume.

Maillol dans son atelier à Paris

1941

" Qu’est-ce qu’elle fera la peinture quand je ne serai plus là ? Il faudra bien qu’elle me passe sur le corps! "

Aristide Maillol

Niki de Saint Phalle (American and French, 1930‒2002) created exuberant works intended to transform environments, individuals, and society. The first New York museum exhibition of the work of this visionary feminist and activist artist will feature over 100 works that highlight Saint Phalle’s interdisciplinary approach and engagement with pressing social and political issues.

Early in her career, Saint Phalle pushed against accepted artistic practices, creating work that used assemblage and performative modes of production. Beginning in the late 1960s, Saint Phalle started making large-scale sculptures, which led to an expansion of her practice into architectural projects, sculpture gardens, books, prints, films, theater sets, clothing, jewelry, and, famously, her own perfume.

Maillol dans son atelier à Paris

1941

SL-2729-Sophie-Lloyd-1

Maillol, « Vue du Réservoir de Horta de Sant Joan, Espagne en 1909 », APPH2830, Musée national MAILLOL CopyrightRMN-Grand Palais (Musée national Picasso-Paris) / image RMN-GP, © Succession Picasso 2020

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Qu’est-ce qu’elle fera la peinture quand je ne serai plus là ? Il faudra bien qu’elle me passe sur le corps!

guillemets-fermeture

Aristide Maillol

Propos recueillis par
Bertrand Lorquin

Directeur du Musée Maillol

Aristise Maillol (American and French, 1930‒2002) created exuberant works intended to transform environments, individuals, and society. The first New York museum exhibition of the work of this visionary feminist and activist artist will feature over 100 works that highlight Saint Phalle’s interdisciplinary approach and engagement with pressing social and political issues.

Aristise Maillol (American and French, 1930‒2002) created exuberant works intended to transform environments, individuals, and society. The first New York museum exhibition of the work of this visionary feminist and activist artist will feature over 100 works that highlight Saint Phalle’s interdisciplinary approach and engagement with pressing social and political issues.

Dina Vierny, La muse

Niki de Saint Phalle (American and French, 1930‒2002) created exuberant works intended to transform environments, individuals, and society. The first New York museum exhibition of the work of this visionary feminist and activist artist will feature over 100 works that highlight Saint Phalle’s interdisciplinary approach and engagement with pressing social and political issues.

 

Early in her career, Saint Phalle pushed against accepted artistic practices, creating work that used assemblage and performative modes of production. Beginning in the late 1960s, Saint Phalle started making large-scale sculptures, which led to an expansion of her practice into architectural projects, sculpture gardens, books, prints, films, theater sets, clothing, jewelry, and, famously, her own perfume.

Maillol dans son atelier à Paris

1941

Une muse pour Maillol

 Aristise Maillol (American and French, 1930‒2002) created exuberant works intended to transform environments, individuals, and society. The first New York museum exhibition of the work of this visionary feminist and activist artist will feature over 100 works that highlight Saint Phalle’s interdisciplinary approach and engagement with pressing social and political issues.

 

Early in her career, Saint Phalle pushed against accepted artistic practices, creating work that used assemblage and performative modes of production. Beginning in the late 1960s, Saint Phalle started making large-scale sculptures, which led to an expansion of her practice into architectural projects, sculpture gardens, books, prints, films, theater sets, clothing, jewelry, and, famously, her own perfume. films, theater sets, clothing, jewelry, and, famously, her own perfume.

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