Art in traveling museum in France

Art in traveling museum in France

Yaacov Agam, Centre Pompidou, France, Park West Gallery

A traveling museum exhibition in France, presents Yaacov Agam‘s work alongside works of Matisse and Picasso. It is the first time the traveling exhibit has featured 20th century with a focus on color and form. Agam is the only Israeli artist included in the Centre Pompidou Mobile.

According to
[Agam’s] work will be touring the country in the Centre Pompidou’s first installation exhibition celebrating the masterworks of twentieth century artists analyzing color and form – including art from Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse and Georges Braque.

A tribute to Agam’s masterpiece painting Double Metamorphosis kicked off the Centre Pompidou mobile tour’s opening in Boulogne-sur-Mer [in mid-June], with local officials as well as members and ministers of parliament in attendance. The tour, which will take place over a three-month period from June until September, includes stops in Chaumont, Boulogne-sur-Mer, Le Havre, Libourne, Nantes and Aubagne.

Here’s a museum visitor’s look at Double Metamorphosis.