Alice Neel's Exploration of the Human Psyche at Xavier Hufkens
Alice Neel's Exploration of the Human Psyche at Xavier Hufkens

Alice Neel, Olivia, Five Months (1967). Oil on canvas, 101.8 × 76.2 cm.⁠ Courtesy the Estate of Alice Neel and Xavier Hufkens, Brussels. Photot: HV-studio⁠⁠.

Alice Neel's granddaughter Olivia is among the artist's portraits on view at Xavier Hufkens, in an exhibition that illuminates Neel's decades-long exploration of the human psyche. ⁠⁠

On view at the gallery's Van Eyck space in Brussels, Seeing who we are sets the tone for her fast-approaching retrospective at the Centre Pompidou in October. ⁠⁠

Highlighting the painter's political and social commitment, Alice Neel: Un regard engagé will coincide with FIAC and the newly announced edition of Art Basel in Paris, launching this October at the iconic Grand Palais.⁠⁠


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