Michel Lablais, French (1925 - )

Michel Lablais

Michel Lablais, born in 1925, having studied Applied Arts in Paris, has traveled extensively in Asia and the South Pacific. Since 1956 he exhibited regularly in galleries in France, the USA, Belgium and Germany. He has participated in group exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art, New York (The Art of Assemblage) 1964 the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris (Boxes) 1976; the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris (Donation Daniel Cordier). He also illustrated Rimbaud texts, Bernard Noël and Andrée Chedid.

This time, Michel Lablais, plays with words as much as with his brushes and watercolor. He designed the pictorial and often mysterious expressions that bloom in the French language. It illustrates in a seemingly game to an almost literal simplicity. But behind all these images humor and seduction, lies a cultivated irony. These almost nothings then draw a true philosophy of things over the words and their history.

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