Martial Raysse

TypeMale
Artist
Associated person(s)
URLsWikipedia (de)
Wikipedia (en)
Other Martial Raysse CV on kunstaspekte (de / en)


Awards
Award2014Praemium ImperialeJapan Art Association(JP)


Exhibitions
Solo exhibition2015Martial RayssePalazzo GrassiVenice (IT)
Solo exhibition2014Martial RaysseCentre PompidouParis (FR)
Group exhibition2007Nouveau RéalismeSprengel MuseumHanover (DE)
Group exhibition2005Biennale von VenedigZKMKarlsruhe (DE)
Group exhibition1999Pop Impressions Europe / USAMOMA - The Museum of Modern ArtNew York (US)
Solo exhibition1997Martial Raysse - Chemin faisant, Frère crayon et Sainte gommeCentre PompidouParis (FR)
Group exhibition1992documenta 9documentaKassel (DE)
Group exhibition1969Biennale von VenedigVenice (IT)
Group exhibition1968documenta 4documentaKassel (DE)
Solo exhibition1965RetrospektiveStedelijk MuseumAmsterdam (NL)


Artworks in Collections
Sammlung Peter und Irene LudwigKoblenz (DE)Ludwig Museum in the Deutschherrenhaus Koblenz
Centre PompidouParis (FR)18804
Daimler ContemporaryBerlin (DE)
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture GardenWashington, D.C. (US)
MUMOKWien (AT)
MuHKA - Museum of Contemporary ArtAntwerp (BE)


Publications
Monography2014Centre Georges Pompidou Service CommercialMartial Raysse - Exhibition Album (CATALOGUES DU M.N.A.M)Catherine Grenier978-2844266514Paris (FR) Centre PompidouPalais Liechtenstein
Group exhibition catalogue2006Hatje CantzLichtkunst aus Kunstlicht / Light Art from Artificial Light Licht als Medium der Kunst im 20. und 21. Jahrhundert / Light as a Medium in 20th and 21th Century ArtPeter Weibel and Gregor Jansen (Eds.)13 978-3-7757-1774-8Ostfildern (DE) Peter Weibel and Gregor Jansen (Eds.)ZKM | Center for Art and Media
Monography1997Editions du Centre PompidouMartial Raysse: Chemin Faisant, Frere Crayon Et Sainte GommeBeatrice Salmon2-85850-904-2Paris (FR) Centre Pompidou
Monography1996Georges Fall EditionMartial RaysseJouffroy, Alain2-910667-70-7 2-910667-70-7


Research & teaching
professorship1978École nationale supérieure des Arts DécoratifsParis (FR)


2014
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Awards

, Japan
Praemium Imperiale, Japan Art Association

2014
1981
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Exhibitions

Paris, France
Retrospective exhibition at the Pompidou Centre

1981
1978
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Research and teaching

Paris, France
Professor of the École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs

1978
1960
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Projects

, France
Co-founder of the Nouveau Réalisme (manifesto)

1960
1936
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Born

Vallauris, France

1936

Martial Raysse is a multi-faceted, visionary artist whose constant experimentation has been driven by a search to show reality as it is. To this end, over the years he has worked in many different media, creating oil paintings, bronze sculptures, cubic objects, neon images and films. He started as a poet, publishing his first collection of poems in 1955. Two years later his collages, featuring a mixture of objects and poems, brought him to the attention of the art world when they were included in the Contemporary Artists’ Exhibition in Nice. This led, a year later, to a one-man exhibition that drew the critical acclaim of the poet and artist, Jean Cocteau. In the 60s, using mass-produced, commonplace objects, Raysse was a major figure in the French “Nouveau Réalisme” movement. During this period he moved to New York where, in many ways anticipating the Pop Art movement, he produced his highly acclaimed Made in Japan series. His return to live in the French countryside with his wife, a fellow artist, Brigitte Aubignac, in the 1970s marked a further creative transformation, producing work in all media, inspired by rituals and mytholog.

https://www.praemiumimperiale.org/en/laureate-en/laureates-en/raysse-en (24.03.2020)

 

 

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America America photo America America 1964 Martial Raysse 
Peinture à haute-tension photo Peinture à haute-tension 1965 Martial Raysse