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Huguette Caland

Tate St Ives

NOW CLOSED

In her vividly coloured canvases of the 1970s and ’80s, Huguette Caland depicts smooth, curved forms that hover between figuration and abstraction. The Lebanese artist’s first solo show in a UK museum displays these works alongside her playfully surreal drawings and caftans created in collaboration with the fashion designer Pierre Cardin. Find out more from Tate St Ives’ website. 

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Bribes de Corps (1973), Huguette Caland.

Bribes de Corps (Body Parts) (1973), Huguette Caland. Courtesy Huguette Caland

Mustafa Acrobat (1971), Huguette Caland.

Mustafa Acrobat (1971), Huguette Caland. Courtesy Huguette Caland

Bribes de Corps (Body Parts) (1973), Huguette Caland.

Bribes de Corps (Body Parts) (1973), Huguette Caland. Courtesy Huguette Caland

Tendresse (Tenderness)

Tendresse (Tenderness) (1975), Huguette Caland. Courtesy Huguette Caland

Madame Visage (Mrs Face) (1980), Huguette Caland.

Madame Visage (Mrs Face) (1980), Huguette Caland. Courtesy Huguette Caland

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