Francis Picabia the Late Paintings at MICHAEL WERNER
James Kalm continues to be both enchanted and exasperated by the late paintings of Francis Picabia. This tidy jewel-box of an exhibition presents a brilliant cross section of both the "ugly abstractions" as well as the "kitsch" works that have kept Picabia's name on the lips of painting aficionados for over half a century. Displayed are works dating from the mid 1930s to the early 1950s a period that saw the artist pushing his experimentation not only in the medium of paint, but into the realm of aesthetics and "good taste".
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