Gil Joseph Wolman (Paris, 1929 – Paris, 1995) created work characterised by a radical fusion of different arts, particularly painting, poetry and cinema. He was part of the Letterist movement founded by Isidore Isou at the end of the forties, which proclaimed a transformation in art and society.
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I believe an artwork should leave the viewer perplexed, make him reflect on the meaning of life
Antoni Tàpies