Geometric MADI presents Kimura and Bensasson: Inventing Through Glass, Wood, and Cardboard opening reception

Inventing Through Glass, Wood, and Cardboard
Photo courtesy of Yumiko Kimura

Geometric MADI presents Kimura and Bensasson: Inventing Through Glass, Wood, and Cardboard​, which features the sculpted works of artists Roger Bensasson and Yumiko Kimura.

Bensasson was born in Paris in 1931 and now lives in Bagnolet, France. From 1986 to 1996, he taught at l’Academie Goetz-Daderian. He has exhibited in the Salon des Réalités Nouvelles since 1986 and has solo exhibitions in Holland, France, and Hungary. His work is included in the permanent collections of museums in Japan, Hungary, France and the U.S.

Yumiko Kimura works multi-layered glass around an axis referencing the world of geometric abstraction with overtones of constructivism or dynamism. This Japanese artist based in Paris, studied sculpture at the Albertina Academy of Fine Arts in Turin, Italy After 10 years of study and work as an industrial designer in Turin, she returned to her hometown, Tokyo, where she rediscovered her love of sculpture and glass. Moving to Paris placed her in the path of the MADI art movement. After a decisive meeting with Carmelo Arden Quin, the founder of the movement, she was invited to participate in MADI exhibitions. She moved to Paris in 1999 and has since exhibited in France and Japan, as well as Brussels, Moscow, Budapest, Buenos Aires, Bratislava, and Italy.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through July 24.

Event Details


4.29.16 | 5:30 pm


The Museum of Geometric and MADI Art
3909 Carlisle St.
Dallas, TX 75204


Ticket Info

Admission is free.