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    Niki De Saint Phalle & Jean Tinguely, the Bonnie and Clyde of Art

    Niki De Saint Phalle & Jean Tinguely, kunstimaailma Bonnie ja Clyde |

    Director: Louise Faure, Anne Julien

    Country: France

    Year: 2010

    Length: 55'

    Language: In French and English with English subtitles

    A man and a woman, two artists and a love story that starts in the 1950s in Paris, and that will last until the end of their lives. The film tells us the fantastic love story of Niki De Saint Phalle and Jean Tinguely, two world famous sculptors and icons of the 20th century. Together they created monumental sculptures, everywhere in the world. Totems “to make people happy”, said Niki.

    In Kumu Art Museum, Niki De Saint Phalle’s work “Bed (Composition) (not shot at)” from 1961 and Jean Tinguely’s “Suzuki (Hiroshima)” from 1963 are exhibited at the exhibition “Critique and Crises. Art in Europe Since 1945”.