Cinematographic art by Jean Lecoultre

In his cinematographic art, Jean Lecoultre (1930) shows the violence of the cities.

In the face of this observation, his tools, pencil and brush, and his art show vulnerability, which reinforce the effect of his observations.

The exhibition presents lithographs, aquatints and varnishes from the Fondation William Cuendet & Atelier de Saint-Prex as well as recent drawings and paintings by the artist.