Hungarian, born a woman under the name Anna Primmer, he (or she), whom Picasso nicknamed “Monsieur Madame”, took on a male identity when he settled in Paris at the age of 25. He turned toward sculpture at the end of the 1930s. His work took on a particular quality, inspired by Egyptian art. Close with Árpád Szenes, Hayter and Vieira da Silva, his sculptures and drawings were exhibited at the boulevard du Montparnasse in November 1942.


exhibitions at the gallery

Sculptures et dessins
November 10 to 24, 1942