Gregory Masurovsky finds his inspiration both in his imagination and in everyday reality where he seeks to express "the extraordinary of the ordinary". This book retraces, from 1956 to the present day, the adventures and revelations of his sergeant-major pen and presents a luminous and subtle work which reminds us of the dynamics, the marvelous and the mystery of existence.
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|Number of pages||110|
|Language||Bilingue Français / English|
Born in the Bronx, New York, in 1919, Gregory Masurovsky arrived in France in 1954. Settled in Paris, he devoted himself to pen drawing, a simple and ancient technique, of which he probed the multiple riches of expression, thus creating a singular and unique work in contemporary art, which stands at the crossroads of two major trends of the 20th century: abstract expressionism represented by Jackson Pollock and figuration by Alberto Giacometti.
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