When the young minimalist painter Olivier Mosset (b. 1944) bought his first motorcycle, a USArmy issued Harley-Davidson, in Paris in the late 1960s, he helped start up a subculture still wholly unknown in europe: the motorcycle club. The young painters Paris studio doubled as a hub of radical paintingconceptually reduced black circles on a white canvasand a hangout for the first Marxist-influenced motorcycle club. WHEELS is an in-depth survey that retraces Mossets career from his involvement with the minimalist art group BMPT to his interplay between motor vehicles and painting. In the mid 1970s, Mosset worked and lived in new York, where he became the founding member of the nY Radical Painting Group before eventually moving to Arizona. Art critic elisabeth Wetterwald interviews Mosset and American artist vincent Szarek, who often collaborates with Mosset, discussing the interface between art and motorcycles. Art historian Philip Ursprung analyzes the importance of technology, culture, and nature. Mosset is represented by Gagosian Gallery, and his work appears in the collections of MoMA, new York, and Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, among others.