Magnet Niki de Saint Phalle - Leaping Nana

CU891180
In 1965 Niki de Saint Phalle started developing her «Nanas» : voluptuous, joyful, strong, powerful, sometimes indecent, women! This Leaping Nana is part of the Nana Power series.
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Characteristics

Museum
Autres musées
Art movement
20th century
Artist
Niki de Saint Phalle (1930-2002)
Reference
CU891180
EAN
1004870000909
Matière de l'article
Paper laminated
Model dimensions
8cm x 5.3cm

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Niki de Saint Phalle (1930-2002)

Niki de Saint Phalle is a multifaceted artist : painter, sculptor, and filmmaker, she first started her career as a model and actress. As a self-taught artist, she has been able to enrich her knowledge through exchanges with renowned figures. Niki de Saint Phalle finds her inspiration in different artistic trends such as raw art or outsider art. In the early 1960s, she joined the circle of the New Realists, of which Gérard Deschamps, César, Mimmo Rotella, Christo and Yves Klein are members. In 1961, she became known to the general public thanks to Les Tirs, a set of performance paintings "with a rifle" that fascinates with her innovative and original technique. Its success has only increased thanks to the Nanas, sculptures representing bustling and colourful women from all over the world. The Igor Stravinsky Fountain, located in front of the Beaubourg Museum in Paris, and the Tarot Garden in Capalbio, Tuscany, are among his most popular works.