The MoMA presents Théorème d’Alexandroff through Applicat-Prazan Gallery

Galleries, Museums

The Applicat-Prazan Gallery presents two works that were entrusted to it by the MoMA, the most well-known American modern art museum: an abstract painting by Jean Dubuffet, Topographie châtaine (1959) and a painting by Georges Mathieu, Théorème d’Alexandroff (1955).

The Georges Mathieu Committee has written for the gallery’s catalogue a text on the artwork that puts it in the context of the many links between Mathieu and the United States, and of his critical reception. This text is also reproduced on this site, discover it by following this link.