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Jacques Villegle



 


 


 

Jacques Mahe de La Villegle

Jacques Villegle, born Jacques Mahé de la Villegle (1926, Quimper, Brittany) is a French mixed-media artist famous for his ripped or lacerated posters (a poster in which one has been placed over another or others, and the top poster or posters have been ripped, revealing to a greater or lesser degree the poster or posters underneath) and for being a member of the New Realism art group (1960-1963). His work has primarily focused on the anonymous and on the marginal remains of civilization

 

 

 

Jazzmen
1961
 

Bleu O noir
1955
 

122 rue du temple
1968
 

Hudson St. NYC
1991
 

Metro Arts-et-Metiers
1974
 

Clermont Ferrand
2000
 

Rue du Temple
1967
 

Rue Poinsot, May 7
1987
 

Rue du Banquier, December 13
1966
 

Quai de la Gare, November
1989
 

Rue Etienne Marcel, May 3
1981
 

25, Boulevard Sébastopol/ Minitel, 12 September
1987
 

50, Rue de Turbigo, 10 Jan
1977
 

Les Dessous du Temple, 14 January
1965
 

Louise Attaque - Agen, juillet 1997
1997
 

Ivry - la - Culture
1989
 

Rue Saint-Lazare
1988
 

Rue De Crimee, 28 November
1969
 

Avenue Simon Bolivar, 30 December
1970
 

Montparnasse-Bienvenue
1970
 

Rue Du Montparnasse, 27 June
1964
 

Boulevard Bourdon, 11 January
1965
 

Rue Baltard, June
1971
 

Rue Au Marie, 13 November
1972

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