Admire Niki de Saint Phalle's "Tableaux Éclatés"

Works in constant motion and transformation at Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois


#ART With CultureSecrets, enjoy a private visit to Galerie Vallois, where you'll be introduced to the "Tableaux Éclatés" series by the famous artist Niki de Saint Phalle. This little-known series of mechanical paintings features the artist's aesthetic vocabulary, colors and bestiary, as well as the famous Nanas, bathers who, since the 1960s, have made up an "army" of emancipated women whose buxom bodies and colorful costumes symbolize a joyful, assertive and assertive artistic and feminist affirmation.

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Niki de Saint Phalle created her "Tableaux Éclatés" after the death of her former partner and lifelong alter ego Jean Tinguely. While these works, which echo her life, may seem personal, the way she goes beyond the event, however tragic, and shares its intimacy with the public, gives them a kind of truth that is humanistic and universal. Her art is a staging that transcends the course of life and in which, despite the conjunctures, her style, her colorful line, her inventiveness, are affirmed and easily recognizable.

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"Through my new works, Jean, we continue to collaborate. You are always present, even if the

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Thursday October 26th at 7pm

Galerie George-Philippe et Nathalie Vallois

36 rue de Seine

75006 Paris

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NIKI DE SAINT PHALLE, Bloum 1993 Peinture à l’huile, résine, métal, plastique, moteurs électriques, composants électroniques, cellule photo-électrique 170 x 250 x 19 cm Pièce unique © Photo : Laurent Condominas Courtesy Niki Charitable Art Foundation et Galerie GP & N Vallois, Paris 

NIKI DE SAINT PHALLE Bepe ‘s Arizona Dream, 1993 Peinture à l’huile, bois, métal, moteurs électriques, composants électroniques, cellule photo- électrique 190 x 254 x 22 cm Pièce unique © Photo : Elisabeth Bernstein Courtesy Niki Charitable Art FoundaKon et Galerie GP & N Vallois, Paris