Georges Braque

père du cubisme, initiateur de l'art contemporain


Exhibition at Mas d’Artigny, Saint Paul de Vence

Saint-Paul de Vence, June – September 2015

Close to the Fondation Maeght, Le Mas d’Artigny provide the perfect setting for the exhibition Georges Braque – Metamorphoses : watercolors, jewelry, sculptures, prints, mosaics …

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Jean Lurçat


Exhibition at workshop-museum Jean Lurçat

Saint-Laurent-les-Tours (Lot), may – september 2015
The workshop-Museum Jean Lurcat hosts a Georges Braque exhibition this summer. Known primarily for the renewal of the art of tapestry which he is the herald, Jean Lurçat was also a painter, ceramist, and was interested in other furniture arts. What is more natural that his meeting at his home with Georges Braque ? Their art, closely related to crafts, marked the twentieth century.


Georges Braque, father of cubism, founder of contemporary art

Georges Braque, father of cubism, founder of contemporary art, is the first book outlining the four times that make up the whole work of Georges Braque : Fauvism (1906-1907), Cubism (1907-1922) the Thematic period (until 1961) and Metamorphoses (1961-1963). The author, Armand Israel, right-owner of Georges Braque, curator of the Georges Braque museum, expert and author of this painter, publisher of art books, offers his expertise based on a work performed for nearly 40 years, to summarize all publications and research conducted on Georges Braque.




Georges Braque at Grand Palais

On the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Georges Braque, the Grand Palais presents from September 18, 2013 to January 6, 2014 a major retrospective of the work of this major artist of the twentieth century. Organized by the RMN – Grand Palais in partnership with the Centre Pompidou, the exhibition pays tribute to the inventor of Cubism by collecting paintings from museums around the world. Are represented the fauvism period of Georges Braque, his Cubism and the thematic period. A rare event which will be presented in Houston, Museum of Fine Arts, from 16 February to 11 May 2014.