Despite being one of the most influential artists of his generation, Martial Raysee remains under-known in the U.S. Raysse’s DayGlo-painted, neon-lit constructions, collages and canvases, along with his dizzying videos, caused a sensation when they were first shown in Europe in the ‘60s and ‘70s. Often using appropriated photo-based imagery, Raysse at first appears to fall into the Pop category; however his works typically convey a critique of European history and society rather than comment on consumer culture.
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