Monique FRYDMAN<br> <i>Le Triptyque noir</i>, 2004<br> Pigments and binder on canvas — 250 × 762 cm (overall)
<!-- ----- lieu ------ --> <div class="col m-10 pull-right align-right"> <span class="lieu">PARASOL UNIT<br></span> <span class="lieu">LONDRES</span><br> </div> <!-- ----- titre ------ --> <div class="col m-10"> <span class="title">Monique</span><br><br> <span class="title">Frydman</span> </div> <!-- ----- texte ------ --> <div class="clearfix"> <br><br> <span class="alinea"></span>Monique Frydman (born in 1943, lives and works in Paris and Senantes, France) is an important French abstract painter. A committed feminist, she turned back to painting in the early 1970s. Over the years, she pared down her work until she was working only with monochromes; she then began to seek out new techniques to fill the canvas with color. In the series to which Triptyque noir belongs, the canvas, placed on the ground and moistened with glue, has absorbed pigments and pastel. The work will be on loan at the Parasol Unit Foundation in London through August 12, 2017 for the artist’s retrospective. <b>L.E</b> </div>
 
Pierre GILLES<br> <i>Ganymède (Frédéric Lenfant)</i>, 2001<br> Painted photograph mounted on aluminum, framed by the artists (triptych)<br> 122,5 × 92 cm ; 226 × 164 cm ; 171 × 166 cm (framed, from left to right)
 

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