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Jacques Innocenti

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For Object & Thing Magen H Gallery has partly reprised its 2018 exhibition Vallauris: An Expression of Ceramic. This ceramic production center on the Côte d’Azur is well-known because of Picasso’s collaborations with potters there (beginning in 1948), but many other artists and designers also produced work at Vallauris, reaching a high point of creativity in the 1950s. Much of this work possesses the same formal ease that Picasso’s ceramics do, and also shares his interest in African masks and sculpture. Jacques Innocenti moved to Vallauris in 1949, opening his Poterie du Grand Chêne (“Pottery of the Great Oak”) soon after. Often, as in this vase with elegant sgraffito drawing, he fused figuration with the vessel form.

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Artist
Jacques Innocenti
Material
Ceramic
Contributing Gallery
Magen H Gallery
Period
c. 1950
Dimensions
14 in × 5 in × 5 in
35.56 cm × 12.7 cm × 12.7 cm
ID
magenji01-01
Image credits: Courtesy of Magen H Gallery
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