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group exhibition 17 February – 12 June 2021 Abstraction and Calligraphy − Towards a Universal Language

Abstract artists set out to form a universal language that could be understood by all. That idea was influenced by the calligraphy of Asia and North Africa.

There was something about eastern script that fuelled the imagination of western artists. The Arab world was full of signs and symbols they could draw from. Both raw and precise, expressive and restrained, calligraphy unlocked a new way for them to express the inexpressible: emotion, empathy, ideas.

This exhibition is a chance to appreciate masterworks by Henri Matisse, Paul Klee, Joan Miró, Lee Ufan, André Masson, Dia Azzawi and Jean Degottex.

On this occasion, you can come and admire Hagakure B II lent by the National Museum of Modern Art.

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Abstraction and Calligraphy − Towards a Universal Language running from 17 February – 12 June 2021