Fernand Léger at Tate Liverpool Remember this? I struggled with Léger when I went to see the current exhibition at Tate Liverpool. I even laughed when the first work I saw at the Museum of Modern Art in Paris last month was Les Disques from 1918! Would I never understand Fernand? It was bothering me … Continue reading Je suis désolée, Fernand. I was wrong!
I am so happy that I squeezed a final exhibition in 2018 and that it was this one...because I didn't actually like it. No, that's not true. What I should say is that I didn't really get it! Léger has been an odd one for me on this journey as he is everywhere. Wherever there … Continue reading Fernand Léger at Tate Liverpool
Carrying on the theme of artists breaking their own mould, at the Degas to Picasso exhibition at The Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, I came across this: At first, I was thinking it must belong to the Futurists: geometric forms creating an industrial landscape. So image me my surprise to discover it was by Fernand Leger! … Continue reading Leger in non colour shocker!