Living Cubism at Moly-Sabata - Exhibition catalogue
In 1927, Albert Gleizes, a leading figure of the 20th century artistic avant-garde, founded the Moly-Sabata artists' community on the banks of the Rhône at Sablons in Isère.
Painters, musicians, potters and writers shared the project of an artistic and intellectual life that advocated a return to the land and the promotion of crafts. Anne Dangar, an Australian painter who became a potter, became the emblematic figure. One hundred years after its creation, Moly-Sabata still welcomes artists all year round.
This book, rich in a remarkable selection of works and previously unpublished photographs, is an invitation to relive the unique artistic and human adventure of one of the oldest artist residences in France.
Exhibition at the musée de l'Ancien Évêché of Grenoble from 25 May to 9 October 2022