Sonia Delaunay, a historical figure in 20th century art, is one of the pioneers of pictorial abstraction. In touch with the modernity of her time, she who was described as the "queen of color", has developed during nearly eighty years an abundant work, of a coherence and an exceptional diversity.
The recent retrospective exhibitions that have been devoted to her in France and abroad, testify to the importance and legacy of this great artist who fought for nearly a century for the abolition of borders between the arts, in the service of a total and universal language, the color.
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Created in 1998, the Zlotowski Gallery has been devoted since its beginnings to modern art and the avant-gardes of the early 20th century. In recent years, it has developed a growing interest in the artists of the second half of the 20th century. It has become an international reference by contributing to the rediscovery of the pictorial work of Le Corbusier, devoting many exhibitions to this multiform artist. It is showing an exhibition dedicated to Sonia Delaunay from May 22, 2021.
Willi Baumeister • Ella Bergmann- Michel • Sergio Camargo • Walter Dexel • Jean Dubuffet • Otto Freundlich • Albert Gleizes • Auguste Herbin • Frantisek Kupka • Le Corbusier 1919 – 1930 • Le Corbusier 1930 – 1965 • Fernand Léger • Sol Lewitt • Stéphane Mandelbaum • Eugene James Martin • Robert Michel • László Moholy-Nagy • Vera Molnár • François Morellet • Robert Motherwell • Amédée Ozenfant • Serge Poliakoff • Kurt Schwitters • Vassilakis Takis • Joaquín Torres-García • Léon Tutundjian • Georges Valmier • Georges Vantongerloo • Victor Vasarely • F. Vordemberge-Gildewart • Antoni Tàpies