Giving form to the invisible: this is the immemorial challenge that the wind has faced mankind. It is to the solutions that mankind has brought to this paradox that the exhibition The Wind. "The exhibition is devoted to the solutions that mankind has found to this paradox, focusing on the plastic forms developed by artists over the centuries, as our understanding of this meteor becomes more precise.

The exhibition features 170 works, paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, videos, glass, etc., from Antiquity to the contemporary period, since it was not until the invention of cinema, the only medium capable of capturing movement in its entirety, that the wind was no longer suggested by its fixed image.

The exhibition brings together more than 100 artists, including Dürer, Goya, P.H. de Valenciennes, Hiroshige, Hokusaï, Baron Gérard, Turner, Corot, Hugo, Daumier, Millet, Nadar, Boudin, Daum, Monet, Renoir, Gallé, Steinlen, Anquetin, the Lumière brothers, Sorolla, Vallotton, Vlaminck, van Dongen, R. Dufy, Arp, Man Ray, Lartigue, B. Keaton, Brassaï, Gilbert Garcin, Alexandre Hollan, Bernard Moninot, Corinne Mercadier, Philippe Favier, Éric Bourret, Jean-Baptiste Née...

Musée d?art moderne André Malraux - MuMa
2 boulevard Clemenceau
76600 Le Havre
Tél. : 0033 (0)2 35 19 62 62

LE VENT "Cela qui ne peut être peint"

June 25 - October 2 2022

Musée d'art moderne André Malraux - MUMA, Le Havre

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