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  • Final Dimensions (width x height): 36.5" x 30"
ScreenprintEdition of 2000Published in 1977. Condition A (mint).
The starkly primitive “Theatre de Memorie, 1977,” by artistic rebel Jean Dubuffet, flaunted his loathing of exceptional places and people by depicting two depersonalized individuals lost among the masses. Dubuffet’s Art Brut (Raw Art) style infuriated the art world and produced a new, universally understood creative language. Fiercely violating aesthetic traditions, Dubuffet (1901 – 1985) was inspired by the artwork of children and the insane, who he believed were uncontaminated by culture. Although Dubuffet's work was often scorned, it strongly influenced the birth of Pop Art and neo-Dadaism. Read More
Item #382155
Theatre de Memoire, 1977
Jean Dubuffet
OptionsUnframed Print
Print Size
36.5" x 30"
Final Dimensions36.5" x 30"
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