Daniel Dezeuze

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Born in 1942 in Alès, France, Daniel Dezeuze was one of the founding members of the Supports/Surfaces group in the 1970s. His work seeks to explore and question the concepts that underpin painting, galleries and space. The artist appropriates a wide variety of techniques, offering a reinterpretation of American art, both abstract and minimalist, while constantly experimenting with what are seen as basic materials: net, metal gauze, wood, fabric and metal.










  • Sans titre, Echelle de bois souple, 1976
    Wood veneer, dyeing and painting
    320 x 108,5 cm
    42 3/4 x 126 in.



  • Vanités, 2010 - 2013
    wood
    153 x 87 x 25 cm
    60 ¼ x 34 ¼ x 9 7/8 in.



  • Jardin français, 2013
    painted wood
    100 x 129 cm
    39 3/8 x 50 3/4 in.



  • TsimTsum, 2013 - 2014
    painted wood
    18 x 280 cm
    7 1/8 x 110 ¼ in.



  • Triptyque Taillis-Tao, 2013 - 2014
    painted wood
    162 x 60 cm chaque panneau
    63 ¾ x 23 5/8 in. Each panel



  • Diptyques, 2006
    Painted wood, iron
    180 x 30 cm / 150 x 30,5 cm
    70 7/8 x 11 3/4 in. / 59 x 11 3/4 in.



  • Quinze épuisettes, 2008
    Set of fifteen nets, wood, metal, textile
    Dimensions variables (hauteur 170 cm)
    Variable dimensions (height 68 7/8 in.)



  • Pavillons, nefs et peintures furtives, 2002
    Exhibition view



  • Oeuvres récentes, 1999
    Exhibition, Galerie Templon

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