Poliakoff and Zeng Fanzhi @ MAM Paris

December 06, 2013

Serge Poliakoff - The Dream of Forms 

If you are having a little escapade to Paris, don't miss this fantastic retrospective about Serge Poliakoff (1900-1969). The Modern Art Museum of Paris shows more than 70 works and many works on paper of the abstract painter. Through various rooms, the visitor can discover a large panel of Poliakoff's famous periods. The exhibition offers as well different explanations and comments on various works, added to documentary materials. A great movie, showing Poliakoff's daughter and intimate moments of the Russian painter is presented at the end of the exhibition. 

Zeng Fanzhi

The MAM Paris is presenting the first retrospective of the famous Chinese painter. Zeng Fanzhi, known for his Chinese landscapes with influences of the Western culture. The painter combines in his works "a rigorous spirit of painterly and intellectual investigation with great technical control". The exhibition which presents more than 40 works of Zeng Fanzhi gives the opportunity for those who don't know yet the work of the artist to discover it!

Practical Information

Musée d'art Moderne de Paris

Serge Poliakoff -The dream of forms - 18.10 > 23.02.2014

Zeng Fanzhi 18.10 > 16.02.2014


11 avenue du Président Wilson - 75116 Paris

Tuesday to Sunday - 10 am > 6 pm


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