Original lithograph by André Minanux depicting a female bust facing a sunflower on a red and violet background.

Opening on Friday, September 29 from 6 to 9 p.m.

3, quai Malaquais, 75006, Paris


In the 1970s, André Minaux's graphic universe evoked Art Deco. The interiors he depicts give us a glimpse of intimate fragments of everyday life. Colorful flat tints and decorative subjects mingle in an almost mystical atmosphere, where the visitor feels like an observer, even a voyeur, in the face of a suggestive architecture of planes.

At the bend of pure geometric shapes, our gaze meets that of a woman with barely sketched features. Long silhouettes, hidden behind a wall, a fan or a mirror, they seem to be silently spying on the visitor. Their eyes, a clear reference to Modigliani's "inner gaze", form the heart of the mystery: what are they thinking?

Exhibition from September 29 to October 28

Monday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. (6 p.m. on Saturday)

Discover the works of André Minaux