Ellsworth Kelly, Fenêtres Windows, 2019

Through two essays penned by Jean-Pierre Criqui and Yve-Alain Bois respectively, Ellsworth Kelly: Win­dows offers a new study of this cardinal moment in the artist’s career by anchoring itself in the influence of the window as a dominant motif in Kelly’s oeuvre.

Jean-Pierre Criqui, art historian, curator, editor in chief of « Les Cahiers du musée d’art moderne »
Yve-Alain Bois, professor of Art History at the School of Historical Studies at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton – author of Ellsworth Kelly Catalogue Raisonné of Paintings and Sculptures


After constructing « Window » with two canvases and a wood frame, I realized that from then on painting as I had know it was finished for me. […] It was a new freedom: there was no longer the need to com­pose. The subject was there already made, and I could take from every­thing.»

Ellsworth Kelly, Notes, 1969

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