Arts & Culture: Maeght foundation is presenting the French artist's creative flare during the last stages of his life
Gasiorowski died in 1986 at the age of 56 and always described himself as being "mad for painting". This new exhibition primarily focuses on this aspect of his work, which he described as "hyper-realist" and displays a range of black and white canvases and photographic portraits.
In 1963, the artist found a new creative flare, producing extreme visual experiences, which were in conflict with the conventional world. He also shared similar views to other notorious artists including Cézanne, Picasso, Giotto and Chardin.
This exclusive exhibition particularly focuses on a series, entitled Stances, which was produced during the last years of his life and is rarely shown in other French art galleries.
There is an admission fee of 14 euros for adults, free entrance for children under 10.
The exhibition is situated in Saint Paul de Vence, 06570.
For more information, call 04 93 32 81 63 or visit www.foundation-maeght.com