The first solo exhibition “Alice Neel: Un regard engagé” pays tribute to one of the most important American painters.
The retrospective covers the period of her first works at the end of the 1920s up to her last paintings, which were created shortly before her death, a total of around 70 paintings and drawings as well as numerous documents.
Foto: Alice Neel, « Marxist Girl » (Irene Peslikas), 1972 Daryl and Steven Roth © The Estate of Alice Neel Courtesy The Estate of Alice Neel, David Zwirner, and Victoria Miro, London/Venice
The exceptional artist Alice Neel (1900-1984) painted people on the margins of society. She showed their fears and lifeworld. The outcasts of society, the victims of social or gender-specific oppression – Latin American and Puerto Rican immigrants, African American writers, single mothers and homosexual couples. Their images are considered important documents of their time.
The exhibition “Alice Neel: Un regard engagé” can be seen at the Centre Pompidou in Paris until 16 January 2023.
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