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Roy Adzak

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Wright Royston, alias Roy Adzak, sculptor and photographer, was born at Reading (England) in 1927. Great traveller, he will settle in Paris in the beginning of the sixties. There, he will create a special place, on the high part of the district of Belleville, to welcome the young artists and to organize exhibitions for them. Roy will show his own works in a group of artists close to the

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Catalogue(s) raisonné(s)

Catalogue(s) raisonné(s)
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Bibliographic track & more

To read from or about the artist :
* Revue Iris Clert , numros 19 (mai 1965) et 34 (1968)
*  Cinq prophtes du Rel Imaginaire , Alain Jouffroy, in revue XXme Sicle  - Panorama 75, Paris, Juin 1975
*   Made in France 1947-1997, 50 ans de cration en France , catalogue d'exposition, Centre Georges-Pompidou, Paris, 1997
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Art movements

  • + POP'ART / 1955-1970 / Pauline Boty, Sigmar Polke, Romero Britto, Tom Wesselmann, etc.
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