Judit Reigl

Judit Reigl (1923–2020) was a Hungarian painter who lived in France. Most of her paintings which were included in the show at galerie À l’Étoile scellée are more abstract, the exhibited canvases were Reigl’s first experimentation with automatic writing, a technique that recurs in various forms throughout her oeuvre. Reigl’s automatism arode from instinctive gestures of her body and showcases movement, levitation, tension and changes in processes, rhythms and roots of existence on spectacular large canvases. Figurative- and non-figurative representation was for her a question of encoding and de-coding but may also be anthropomorphic.

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