Collection: Raoul Ubac

Raoul Ubac (1910 - 1985) is an artist from the New Ecole in Paris. He participated in the activities of the surrealists and exhibited under the pseudonym of Raoul Michelet at the Exposition Internationale du Surreéalisme in 1935, the first surrealist exhibition taking place in Belgium. In 1970 he founded the magazine «L'invention collective» with René Magritte. In 1968 a retrospective of his work was presented in Brussels and at the Musée d'art moderne in Paris. Raoul Ubac received the Grand Prix national des arts in 1973. Ubac’s works are part of many collections of museums in France and Europe. In 1980, the French Post Office issued a stamp reproducing one of its creations.
Marc Chagall - Paris L'Opera le Plafond de Chagall (1964) - Lithograph, Marc Chagall - Hedonism Gallery
École de Paris
Soviet nonconformist art
Andy Warhol - Crash - Andy Warhol, Poster - Hedonism Gallery
Pop and street art
OBEY (Shepard Fairey) - Peace Fingers sculpture - OBEY (Shepard Fairey), Sculpture - Hedonism Gallery
Activist art