L'œuvre Untitled (Plan B) - Centre Pompidou


Untitled (Plan B)

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Rudolf Stingel (1956 - )

Untitled (Plan B)


Peinture à l'huile et laque glycérophtalique sur toile de lin

241,3 x 193 cm

Don anonyme avec le soutien de la Centre Pompidou Foundation, 2009

Numéro d'inventaire : AM 2009-44

Description for the presentation 2011 in the National Museum of Modern Art

For almost twenty years Rudolf Stingel has interrogated the key issues of contemporary painting: authenticity, meaning, hierarchy, context… His art belongs to the Neo-Rococo that emerged in the late 1980s in a rejection of the then dominant Expressionism, Minimalism and Conceptualism. Humour, celebration of the senses, surprise, and the quest for beauty stand at the centre of his work, which offers a new synthesis of design, decorative art, painting and installation. The exquisite forms of the Rococo – in arabesques, brocades, wallpapers, mirrors, gilt mouldings – provide him with his subje...

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Description for the presentation 2013 in the National Museum of Modern Art

For nearly twenty years, Rudolf Stingel has been questioning the contemporary issues of painting, like authenticity, meaning, hierarchy and context. His art reflects the Neo-Rococo movement that arose in the late Eighties, making a break with the dominant codes of expressionism, minimalism and conceptual art. Humour, the exaltation of the senses, the effect of surprise and the search for beauty lie at the heart of his work, which explores a new synthesis of design, the decorative arts, painting and installation. His materials and reference themes consist of exquisite Rococo forms – arabesqu...

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