The creative genius of Max Papart spans over half a century. Working in a highly structured cubistic style, Papart would challenged himself by resolving diverse and seemingly contradictory elements into unified and balanced compositions.
Papart often described the parallels of painting to music -- balance, form, structure, harmonies and dissonances, timbre, loud and soft, warm and cool. His compositions come together in a symphony of line, shape and color. Sometimes harmonic, sometimes discordant with Stravinsky-like compatibility, his works stimulate and tantalize the viewer.
Max Papart's collections and exhibitions include Foundation Maeght, France, Victoria and Albert Museum, the French Bibliotheque National, Indianapolis Museum of Art, New Orleans Museum of Art, Yale University, Israel Museum, and the Musee Municipal de St. Paul-de-Vence.