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Hubert Damisch & Jean Dubuffet
 
A philosopher specialized in aesthetics and art history, Hubert Damisch (1928-2017) is known for his essays on perspective, the theory of painting, and architecture.

Jean Dubuffet (1901-1985) was a French painter, sculptor, lithographer and writer. He was one of the main protagonists of “Art Brut” (a term he invented in 1945).

See also Jean Dubuffet ; Pierre Leguillon: Dubuffet Typographe; Baptiste Brun: Jean Dubuffet Face au paradigme primitiviste (1944-1951).
 

 
2016
French edition
JRP|Editions
French artist Jean Dubuffet and French art historian Hubert Damisch shared a long friendship between 1961—the year Damisch published his first essay on Dubuffet—and 1985—when the latter died. Entrée en matière gathers together all the texts written by Damisch on Dubuffet as well as a selection of their correspondence.