Jean Dubuffet, MOMA's really great show
Soul of the Underground a survey of Jean Dubuffet was a standout exhibition in the Drawing Collection at MOMA. The exhibition focused on his experimental works from the 1940's to the 1960's in drawing and printmaking as he worked with ink and gouache as he followed his own advice to "Look at what lies at your feet! A crack in the ground, sparkling gravel, a tuft of grass, some crushed debris, offer equally worthy subjects for your applause and admiration."
|Jean Dubuffet, Le Vin de barbe. 1959. |
Torn-and-pasted paper with ink and ink transfer on paper, composition and sheet: 20 x 13 1/4"
|Jean Dubuffet Table Laden with Objects, 1951|
|Jean Dubuffet Stone Transcription, 1958, Ink on paper|
|detail Stone Transcription|
|Jean Dubuffet Beard of Uncertain Returns, 1958|
|Jean Dubuffet DETAIL Beard of Uncertain Returns, 1958|