Un Peter Pan d'envergure Léonardesque - Bruno Munari
Bruno Munari (1907-1998), "the Leonardo da Vinci of the 20th century" (Pablo Picasso), has his first solo exhibition in France. Munari worked as a painter, a sculptor, a designer, an illustrator, a graphic designer, a writer, a filmmaker, and a teacher. He proved that plays with geometry can simultaneously stimulate our abilities to analyze and to imagine, resulting in a universal form of creativity.
Gilles Aillaud / Roy Adzak / Tadao Ando / Arman / Mark Brusse / César / Gaston Chaissac / Gérard Deschamps / Roland Dorcély / Raymond Hains / Alain Jacquet / Tetsumi Kudo / Shiro Kuramata / Philippe Mayaux / Malcom Morley / Bruno Munari / Jean Tinguely / Nobuo Sekine / Daniel Spoerri / Keiji Uematsu