French artiste to unveil new collection of art, ‘Diary of a Man’
Paris — French artist Émilien Besson will present a new collection at the Guggenheim Museum that will showcase his work, including his work on the cover of a new book of paintings called “Diary Of A Man,” which will be on view in the United States.
“Diaries of a man” will be available on Nov. 29 at the New York City museum and in the U.S. and the United Kingdom on Nov, 29.
Besson said that “there’s an emotional value” in the work that has always been in his work and is part of his commitment to the art form.
“It’s a work that we know as a human being.
It is an expression of the human spirit, it’s a piece of my life,” he said.
Bisson said that his new exhibition at the museum will be a “great opportunity to showcase my work in a more universal way, to bring people together with something very special and important.”
“My exhibition will be more a work of art that is not simply a work about me, it is a work with the meaning of humanity.
That is the reason for this project,” Besson told The Associated Press in a statement.
Bessons art, “Dictatorship and the State,” was first exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 2009.
It will also be on display at the Louvre museum in Paris until at least 2020.
Bessel is known for his depictions of dictators, political prisoners and war heroes.
In 2014, he won the Grand Prix d’art moderne, the world’s most prestigious art prize, for “A Contribution to the Art of Art History,” a series of works he made in collaboration with the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. The works have been seen by more than 50 million people worldwide.