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Martin Barré is an important artistic figure in postwar French abstraction, while Quaytman is one of the most prominent artists in the american visual arts’scene.

“Arrhythmia, A tale of Many Squares”, setting of paintings by Barré, is composed by two paintings developed by the French artist between 1986 and 1987.

It is also composed by Quaytman’s panels, a recent installation denominated by the artist as “chapters”. The setting of paintings aims to combine and orchestrate the harmony between the work of both artists.  

Acrylic on Canvas- 1986-1987. Martin Barré<br />Galeria Nathali Obadia

Acrylic on Canvas- 1986-1987. Martin Barré
Galeria Nathali Obadia

"Point de Gaze, Chapter 23"- 2011- R.H. Quaytman<br />Miguel Abreu Gallery

"Point de Gaze, Chapter 23"- 2011- R.H. Quaytman
Miguel Abreu Gallery

Martin Barré and R.H. Quaytman in exhibition at Nathalie Obadia Gallery

from 18/06/2013
to 13/07/2013


Galerie Nathalie Obadia
3, rue du Cloître Saint-Merri - 75004
Paris France

Galeria Obadia
Paris France


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