Jean-Pierre Raynaud
French, born 1939
Collected by a major museum
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Selected exhibitions
Urban and Street Art Prints | Nextstreet LAB,
NextStreet Gallery
Group Show,
Galerie Laurent Strouk
Group Show,
Galerie Laurent Strouk

Since 1962, when he filled a flowerpot with cement, declared it art, and quit his gardening job, Jean-Pierre Raynaud has been transforming everyday objects into charged symbols of such universal and fraught human experiences as loneliness, illness, death, nationalism, belief, war, disaster, and belonging. He had his …

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