Clay Ketter was born in 1967 in the USA and has been living in Sweden for over 20 years. He made a name for himself in the 1990s with his hybrid works using painting, building materials and photography. His work follows in the American abstract painting tradition as shaped by artists from Jackson Pollock to Robert Ryman. Ketter’s abstract surfaces, with their unexpected textures and a strange flatness, probe the strange beauty of building and demolition sites.
|Courtyards and Symmetric Settlements||February 23 > April 7, 2012 / Paris - Impasse Beaubourg|
|New Paintings||October 31 > December 23, 2009 / Paris - Impasse Beaubourg|
|New works||June 9 > July 22, 2006 / Paris - 30 rue Beaubourg|
|Road Trip||November 30 > January 8, 2003 / Paris - 30 rue Beaubourg|
|Oeuvres récentes||March 10 > April 21, 2001 / Paris - 30 rue Beaubourg|