News   07 November 2012

Jacques Dupin, Art Scholar and Poet, 1927-2012

Jacques Dupin, 1927-2012

Poet, Critic, and art dealer, Jacques Dupin died on October 27 in Paris.  Dupin was one of the directors of the Paris Galerie Maeght, and was a multi-generational influence on American poets and authors, from John Ashbery to Paul Auster.  In addition to more than twenty volumes of poetry and a seminal early monograph on Alberto Giacometti, Dupin authored Juan Miró’s official, 10-volume biography, and was the curator of Miró’s 1987 Guggenheim Museum retrospective.

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