Niki de Saint Phalle’s work is characterised by the sensuality of its colours and shapes, by the power of the imagination and humour, but also, a fact which is often forgotten, by a feminist approach rooted in the 1960s. Incontestably, no viewer will remain unaffected by the infectious cheerfulness and sensuality of her works. Later in life, the artist intensively explored garden design. Accordingly, the art of Niki de Saint Phalle will turn the Main Hall of the Essl Museum into a ‘garden of imagination’.
The exhibition has been made possible by the excellent co-operation with the Sprengel Museum in Hannover, which has been entrusted with a large portion of the artist’s estate.
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