Yves Hayat, “Fleurs Blessées” Triptych, 2017. Inkjet print under transparent plexiglass and dibond, 150 x 75 cm. Copyright: © Hayat 2017. Courtesy of Mark Hachem Gallery

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YVES HAYAT
French, b. 1946
Title: “Fleurs Blessées” Triptych, 2017
Medium: Inkjet print under transparent plexiglass and dibond
Size: 150 x 75 cm each
Edition 6
Acquired by: Musée International de la Parfumerie, Grasse
Artist represented by: Mark Hachem Gallery, Beirut/ Paris/New York
Acquisition date: 2018
Exhibited: Exhibited in Musée International de la
Parfumerie, Grasse – France
Yves Hayat, “Fleurs Blessées” Triptych, 2017. Inkjet print under transparent plexiglass and dibond, 150 x 75 cm. Copyright: © Hayat 2017. Courtesy of Mark Hachem Gallery
Yves Hayat, “Fleurs Blessées” Triptych, 2017. Inkjet print under transparent plexiglass and dibond, 150 x 75 cm. Copyright: © Hayat 2017. Courtesy of Mark Hachem Gallery
These three wounded flowers generate a flash of inspiration in the Rimbaldian sense, a mise en abyme. Despite deep wounds, the exaltation of life imposes its power and irradiates. (François Birembaux)

Copyright: © Hayat 2017
Courtesy of Mark Hachem Gallery
Credit line: Collection Musée
International de la Parfumerie, Grasse –
France


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