Singular Art

June 8, 2010By Paris UpdateWhat's New Art & Culture


Essentiel: 40 Ans d’Art Brut et Singulier à Ménilmontant, paris

Painting byChristophe Joubert.

The exhibition “Essentiel: 40 Ans d’Art Brut et Singulier à Ménilmontant” presents 100 works of art, including paintings, works on paper and ceramics, made over the past 40 years by artists with mental or physical disabilities who have participated in the art program of the Ménilmontant Centre d’Aide par le Travail in Paris’s 20th arrondissement. Visit the Web site for a preview of the exhibition, full of surprising and often utterly winning works. It takes place June 11-July 31 at the Pavillon Carré de Baudouin (121, rue de Ménilmontant, 75020 Paris; tel.: 01 58 53 55 40; Métro: Gambetta; open Tues.-Sat., 11am-6pm; free admission).


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