Postwar Abstract Painting in France and Art Informel

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Postwar Abstract Painting in France and Art Informel

Art informel was a form of expressionism developed in post-WWII France by Jean Fautrier, Wols, and Jean Dubuffet. The style was developed to express the subconscious and was intended to be unconstrained by reason. The exhibition at the Bridgestone Museum of Art this spring sees work by the original masters, as well as those who followed their path, including Georges Mathieu, Jean-Paul Riopelle, Henri Michaux, Pierre Soulages, Zao Wou-Ki, Domoto Hisao and Imai Toshimitsu.

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