Raymond Hains

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Raymond Hains was born in Saint-Brieuc, France, in 1926 and died in 2005. He lived and worked in Paris and Nice. He was one of the founding members of the Nouveau Réalisme movement. He became known for his hoarding works and torn posters, whose metal frames he kept or transferred to canvas. Hains followed an unusual artistic path centring on word play, hypnagogic photographs (with fragments of glass), associations of ideas and found objects.






Le Monde - janvier 1999
Philippe Dagen - Raymond Hains, jardinier des illusions mortes - PDF of the news
Le Figaro - janvier 1999
Michel Nuridsany - Hains : d'un Castelli l'autre - PDF of the news
Pariscope - décembre 1996
Josette Mélèze - Raymond Hains : Citron Hains - PDF of the news
Le Nouvel Observateur - janvier 1994
France Huser - La déchirure - PDF of the news




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