Throughout his career, from 1963 to the present, Bernar Venet took many portraits. In the beginning, those of his close relations – brother, friends – but also, and almost systematically, portraits of the artists that he met, frequented, or crossed paths with: Man Ray, Andy Warhol, Ralph Gibson, Richard Serra, to name a few. The Venet Foundation lent a number of these portraits to this exhibition, and Venet was invited to Boston to give a talk on the genesis of his collection and his philanthropic efforts.

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