French artist Claude Viallat, leader of Supports/Surfaces movement has acquired over the years an international reputation.
For more than Fifty years he develops the same concept, “cracking” the code of colors, and step by step Art collectors as well as Art critics understand what he’s doing.
Here are below a few articles in American magazines from 2014 to 2017
ART IN AMERICA: The first review about Claude Viallat in the Press from the US was in 2014: “Claude Viallat, Montpellier, at Musée Fabre” by Michael Duncan – Dec 1st, 2014
‘Of the artists who have questioned traditional forms of painting over the past century, Claude Viallat is one of the most radical. (…)
THE NEW YORK TIMES, June 15, 2017 by Jason Farago
What to see in New York art galleries this week
“The twenty paintings on fabrics here painting by Claude Viallat, rigorously composed yet teeming with chromatic invention, may add up to the most significant postwar art history lesson in town this summer(….)”
READ MORE: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/15/arts/design/what-to-see-in-new-york-art-galleries-this-week.html
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, y Peter Plagens
‘Unlimited: Painting in France in the 1960s & 1970s’ Review: Political Theory in Artistic Practice’
At a time of cultural tumult, painting was reconceived as a candidate for left-wing reinvigoration.
TWO COATS OF PAINT:
Unlimited: Painting and political upheaval,