Jean Dubuffet, Joan Miro & Barry Flanagan
The summer exhibition of contemporary art
From July 5 to September 25 at Château Sainte Roseline
Château Sainte Roseline has maintained a special and strong link with contemporary art for years. This year, the estate will receive this summer, from July 05 to September 25, in collaboration with the Galerie Lelong & Co located in Paris, which is internationally renowned, a singular contemporary art exhibition.
This original exhibition will highlight a selection of sculptural works by Jean Dubuffet, Joan Miró and Barry Flanagan, staged in the verdant estate of the property. Reflecting the extraordinary work and inventive style of these major artists of the 20th century, this open-air art gallery will appeal to all audiences.
Visitors, in compliance with health rules, will thus be able to discover a set of monumental works such as « L'Aléatoire, 1967 - 1968 » by Jean Dubuffet, « Thinker on Computer, 1996 » by Barry Flanagan as well as « Souvenir de la Tour Eiffel, 1977 » by Joan Miró.
“ I am delighted to be able to collaborate again with the Lelong & Co gallery for the 2021 vintage of our monumental exhibition. My passion for contemporary art continues to grow year after year and it is a great pleasure to have the opportunity to exhibit at Château Sainte Roseline the works of timeless contemporary artists such as Jean Dubuffet, Barry Flanagan and Joan Miro. ” Aurélie BERTIN, owner of Château Sainte Roseline.
About the artists...
Jean Dubuffet (1901 - 1985)
Jean Dubuffet is a French painter, sculptor and visual artist, the first theoretician of a style of art to which he gave the name of art brut.
Joan Miró (1893 - 1983)
A major figure in 20th century art, Joan Miró will claim absolute freedom throughout his life, thus escaping any convention that could have confined him. For six decades, the Catalan artist, author of a very rich sign language, painter and poet, prolific engraver, sculptor, ceramist, book illustrator and creator of sets and costumes for the stage.
Barry Flanagan (1941 - 2009)
Multidisciplinary artist, he draws, engraves, sculpts, writes. He loves dancing and plays the cello. Very early on, he became interested in « Pataphysics », the science of imaginary solutions by Alfred Jarry, and resorted to the absurd. In his sculptures, he merges the everyday, the imaginary and the fantastic. Made famous by his representations of hares which become his « signature » and embody a universal figure.
From July 5 to August 30, free access to Chateau Sainte Roseline.