Roland Topor, À gorge déployée, 1975. Encre de Chine et crayon de couleurs. Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.
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from March 28, 2017 to July 16, 2017 François-Mitterrand / Gallery 1The unclassifiable Roland Topor (1938 - 1997) is considered today as one of the major artists of the 20th century. An insatiable creator, he used his skills at drawing to serve an unbridled imagination: funny drawings, illustrations for press and publishing, posters, animated movies, TV shows, theatre sets and costumes. Topor also wrote novels, short stories, plays, songs and film scripts. His works found fulfillment in publishing as he did not wish to limit his audience to art collectors and lovers.
Tuesday, December 6, 2016