Pace Prints is pleased to announce the exhibition Jean Dubuffet, on view February 5 – March 12, 2021, on the third floor at 32 East 57th Street. This exhibition spotlights the final decade of Jean Dubuffet’s prolific printmaking career, a period during which the artist created prints on canvas, paper, silk and enamel in collaboration with Pace Editions. The lithographs and screenprints in the show range from the playful 1973 portfolio, Présences Fugaces— from the artist’s L’Hourloupe cycle—to his last edition, Lieu Virtuel, 1984. The exhibition at Pace Prints’ 32 East 57th Street gallery will be accompanied by an online presentation focused on Dubuffet’s L’Hourloupe prints.
Please note that this exhibition has been extended through March 26.
Visit the online exhibition Jean Dubuffet: L'Hourloupe.
Jean Dubuffet (born 1901, Le Havre, France; died 1985, Paris) was one of the most important early theorists and collectors of "art brut" and a major force in the recognition and appreciation of outsider and visionary art. Naive and unconventional visions of reality influenced the development of his own singularly personal style and imagery. Dubuffet has been the subject of numerous gallery and museum exhibitions, most recently at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in 2015, and his work is included in important public and private collections around the globe.