Special Editions:To dare his time - Pinton
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CENTRE GEORGE POMPIDOU – PARIS
DOX CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER – PRAGUE
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“Close attention, rigour, and excellence are the qualities that enable the cartoon designers to guide artists in translating their visual language as accurately as possible”

Jacques Bourdeix

Having been practically forgotten for a century, tapestry-making experienced a revival in the 20th century thanks to personalities like Le Corbusier and Jean Lurçat, who helped to liberate tapestry from its subservience to painting, endowing it with a new architectural dimension. Modern and contemporary artists made no mistake: they recognised tapestry’s distinctive value and resonance. Now drawing inspiration from photography, computer-generated images, collage or paintings, contemporary tapestry fosters an ongoing dialogue with other art forms, defiantly embracing all styles.

Photo 1 © Object Studies — Installation view of Etel Adnan | Gerhard Richter at The FLAG Art Foundation, 2017