Pompidou Centre - André Derain 1904 - 1914.

Pompidou Centre sheds light to André Derain and his involvement with the most radical avant-garde movements is the first years of the century. Derain, a major artist of the 20th century, is widely known as the founder of Fauvism (along with his friend, Henri Matisse) although his earlier experimentations with various media and styles are not as well-known as his later work! The exhibition presents around 70 paintings, a large number of works on paper, sculptures and some 50 photographs, as well as Maori and African sculptures and ceramics.
Until January 29, 2018
André Derain (1880 - 1954), Les Quais de la Tamise, 1906 - 1907. Huile sur toile, 81 x 100 cm. © Adagp, Paris

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