The Letters to Paul Klee, 25 paintings on Japanese paper, of the Russian-born, naturalized French artist, exhibited at the gallery in 2005, are addressed to his mentor, who conciled all his life his talents for painting and music. The invention of his painting technique called “pyrocera” at the beginning of the 1990s resulted from his artistic experiences developed at the IRCAM, in San Diego, and in Japan. It participated in constant dialogues between music and painting, in which are confronted, according to Jacques Lacarrière, “two indivisible worlds based in tormented tenderness, a low laugh and a lucid passion.”

 

exhibitions at the gallery

Matter and Memory. The Patriarch’s Realm.
November 19, 2013 to January 25, 2014

Lettres à Paul Klee
December 1st, 2005 to January 5, 2006

Félix Rozen, Séquence Plagale n° 4, 2006
Mixed media on Japan paper
18,7 × 13,2 in
Félix Rozen, Séquence Plagale n° 10, 2006
Mixed media on newspaper
18 × 11,9 in
Félix Rozen, Séquence Plagale n° 12, 2006
Mixed media on newspaper
18 × 11,9 in
Félix Rozen, Lettre à Paul Klee n° 3, 2003
Mixed media on Japan paper
53,5 × 26,8 in
Photograph by Jean-Louis Losi
Félix Rozen, Lettre à Paul Klee n° 7, 2003
Mixed media on Japan paper
49,6 × 25,2 in
Photograph by Jean-Louis Losi
Félix Rozen, Lettre à Paul Klee n° 13, 2003
Technique mixte sur papier Japon
135 × 65 cm

Photograph by Jean-Louis Losi