The work of Germaine Richier (1902-1959) occupies a primordial and unique place in the history of twentieth century sculpture. Trained in the tradition of Rodin and Bourdelle, the artist asserted herself in 25 years as a profoundly original and radical artist.
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|Author||Sous la direction de Ariane Coulondre et Maud Marron-Wojewodzi|
|Number of pages||60|
|Language||Bilingue Français / English|
|Dimensions||270 x 270|
|Museum||Centre Pompidou, Paris|
Bilingual Exhibition Album Germaine Richier, presented at Centre Pompidou, Paris (1 march - 12 june 2023).
The album is a condensed bilingual version of the exhibition. Structured by the texts of the exhibition room, it presents chronologically a group of major works by Germaine Richier. The album is enhanced by a short biography. A book for the general public, clear and highly illustrated, to complement the exhibition catalogue.
"The goal of sculpture is above all to sense the joy felt by the person making it. You have to feel the artist's hand, the artist's passion." Germaine
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