Art Basel Paris

Art Basel ParisGrand Palais Éphémère, 2 Pl. Joffre, 75007 Paris, France19OCTAll Day22

Art Basel Paris

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(Thursday October 19th, 2023) - (Sunday October 22nd, 2023)

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Art Basel began in northwest Switzerland and grew to a leading global platform for contemporary art with fairs in Basel, Hong Kong, Miami Beach, and now in Paris. Art Basel Also Publishes The Art Market and the Art Market Principles and Best Practices.


Art Basel Paris | Paris+ par Art Basel | Video Tour

And exciting Video tour of the inaugural Art Basel Paris art fair in 2022 with some very strong contemporary art works

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Launched in October 2022, Art Basel is building cultural bridges in France (fashion and design to film and music) to create a flagship cultural event tin Paris. Paris is uniquely positioned as an epicenter of culture according to Marc Spiegler, Global Director, Art Basel.

Art Basel will work closely with Paris’s museums, private institutions, galleries and other cultural spaces, to create an active cultural program from morning to night, all week, and throughout the city. By combining the history of Art Basel and the cultural heritage of Paris, our ambition is to launch a new event that brings together artists, collectors, curators and gallery owners from all over the world and unites Parisian culture.

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Francis Bacon
‘Man In Blue VII’
1954

Inside Zeineb and Jean-Pierre Marcie-Rivière’s home in Paris.

This is the last work in the ‘Man In Blue’ series, made between May and June 1954 while Bacon lived in Henley-on-Thames. Sold at Christie’s in Paris on June 8, 2016.

#francisbacon 

Via curateinsight ⭐

Francis Bacon
‘Man In Blue VII’
1954

Inside Zeineb and Jean-Pierre Marcie-Rivière’s home in Paris.

This is the last work in the ‘Man In Blue’ series, made between May and June 1954 while Bacon lived in Henley-on-Thames. Sold at Christie’s in Paris on June 8, 2016.

#francisbacon

Via curateinsight ⭐
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Joan Mitchell
Untitled
1960
Oil on canvas
167.64 x 199.708 cm

The untitled painting pictured here dates from 1960, when Mitchell was living and working in a studio on rue Frémicourt in Paris’s 15th arrondissement. During this period, Mitchell put in long hours in her studio and socialized with an international group of artists, writers, and art dealers. She exhibited regularly in Europe in the early 1960s, including solo shows in Paris at Galerie Neufville, Galerie Dubourg, and Galerie Lawrence.

This spring, the painting shown here will be on public view for the first time as part of “Americans in Paris: Artists Working in Postwar France, 1946–1962,” which opens March 2 at NYU’s Grey Art Museum (nyugrey) and continues through July 20. Another Mitchell painting from 1960 is also included in the exhibition. Both paintings are on loan from the Joan Mitchell Foundation.

All via joanmitchellfdn 
Collection Joan Mitchell Foundation, New York. © Estate of Joan Mitchell.

#JoanMitchell

Joan Mitchell
Untitled
1960
Oil on canvas
167.64 x 199.708 cm

The untitled painting pictured here dates from 1960, when Mitchell was living and working in a studio on rue Frémicourt in Paris’s 15th arrondissement. During this period, Mitchell put in long hours in her studio and socialized with an international group of artists, writers, and art dealers. She exhibited regularly in Europe in the early 1960s, including solo shows in Paris at Galerie Neufville, Galerie Dubourg, and Galerie Lawrence.

This spring, the painting shown here will be on public view for the first time as part of “Americans in Paris: Artists Working in Postwar France, 1946–1962,” which opens March 2 at NYU’s Grey Art Museum (nyugrey) and continues through July 20. Another Mitchell painting from 1960 is also included in the exhibition. Both paintings are on loan from the Joan Mitchell Foundation.

All via joanmitchellfdn
Collection Joan Mitchell Foundation, New York. © Estate of Joan Mitchell.

#JoanMitchell
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Roberto Matta
The Apple Becomes Morning
Oil on canvas
1951

The Menil Collection
menilcollection 

Roberto Matta was a Chilean-born artist known for his unique blending of Surrealism with Abstract Expressionism. Like his friend Arshile Gorky, Matta’s otherworldly paintings and prints explored the unconscious through methods of Surrealist automatism. With fluid brushstrokes of rich color the artist described nebulous spaces inhabited by floating organic and architectonic forms, as seen in the hallmark work Les Roses sont belles (1951). “I am interested only in the unknown and I work for my own astonishment,” he once declared. Born Roberto Sebastián Antonio Matta Echaurran on November 11, 1911 in Santiago, Chile, he graduated with a degree in architecture from the Catholic University of Santiago in 1932 before moving to Paris to work in the studio of Le Corbusier. While in Europe, he travelled to Madrid where he was introduced to the famed Surrealist Salvador Dalí. It was Dalí who encouraged Matta to show his architectural drawings to André Breton and pursue a career in art. Now an accepted member of the Surrealist group, Matta settled in New York in 1938, began oil painting, and befriended American artists while maintaining ties with European friends like Yves Tanguy. In 1948, after the suicide of his friend Gorky, many of his American peers blamed Matta for the death, as he had slept his Gorky’s wife shortly before the tragic event. Ostracized, the artist returned to Europe, spending much of the rest of his life between Paris and Rome. He died on November 23, 2002 in Civitavecchia, Italy at the age of 91. Via: artnet theartdistricts 

#robertomatta

Roberto Matta
The Apple Becomes Morning
Oil on canvas
1951

The Menil Collection
menilcollection

Roberto Matta was a Chilean-born artist known for his unique blending of Surrealism with Abstract Expressionism. Like his friend Arshile Gorky, Matta’s otherworldly paintings and prints explored the unconscious through methods of Surrealist automatism. With fluid brushstrokes of rich color the artist described nebulous spaces inhabited by floating organic and architectonic forms, as seen in the hallmark work Les Roses sont belles (1951). “I am interested only in the unknown and I work for my own astonishment,” he once declared. Born Roberto Sebastián Antonio Matta Echaurran on November 11, 1911 in Santiago, Chile, he graduated with a degree in architecture from the Catholic University of Santiago in 1932 before moving to Paris to work in the studio of Le Corbusier. While in Europe, he travelled to Madrid where he was introduced to the famed Surrealist Salvador Dalí. It was Dalí who encouraged Matta to show his architectural drawings to André Breton and pursue a career in art. Now an accepted member of the Surrealist group, Matta settled in New York in 1938, began oil painting, and befriended American artists while maintaining ties with European friends like Yves Tanguy. In 1948, after the suicide of his friend Gorky, many of his American peers blamed Matta for the death, as he had slept his Gorky’s wife shortly before the tragic event. Ostracized, the artist returned to Europe, spending much of the rest of his life between Paris and Rome. He died on November 23, 2002 in Civitavecchia, Italy at the age of 91. Via: artnet theartdistricts

#robertomatta
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March 6th, 2024

There are many favorite areas in our gallery and this is one that we specifically love. 

We were first introduced to American artist Genesis Belanger at a New York City exhibition and fell in love with her work. A year later we saw this unique lighting sculpture at her exhibition in Paris and thought it was the perfect work to add to our collection. 

Our art collection is a mix of contemporary and classic works. We take this same curatorial approach with the artists and designers we represent; emerging and contemporary artists and designers coexist with iconic designers from the 20th century.

Artistic Direction by Nacho Polo
Curation by Nacho Polo & Robert Onuska
Interior Design by Nacho Polo & Robert Onuska

nachopolo
onuska

ON VIEW 

Ritual Screen by Luis Arredondo, Limited Edition 25
DS-600 Sofa by U. Berger, E. Peduzzi Riva, H. Ulrich & K. Vogt from 1972 
EUII2 Desk by Francesco Balzano, Limited Edition 12 
LS08E Pendant by Luca Stefano, Numbered Edition
Pilla Sconce by Jan Garncarek, Numbered Edition

Light and Wood sculptures from Nacho Polo & Robert Onuska Private Art Collection.

Genesis Belanger, I don’t Believe in Ghosts, 2022. Not for sale and Claudia Comte, Fire Coral, 2019. Not for sale

Photography william.jess.laird

STUDIOTWENTYSEVEN NEW YORK GALLERY 
241 CHURCH STREET, NEW YORK, NY 10013
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

March 6th, 2024

There are many favorite areas in our gallery and this is one that we specifically love.

We were first introduced to American artist Genesis Belanger at a New York City exhibition and fell in love with her work. A year later we saw this unique lighting sculpture at her exhibition in Paris and thought it was the perfect work to add to our collection.

Our art collection is a mix of contemporary and classic works. We take this same curatorial approach with the artists and designers we represent; emerging and contemporary artists and designers coexist with iconic designers from the 20th century.

Artistic Direction by Nacho Polo
Curation by Nacho Polo & Robert Onuska
Interior Design by Nacho Polo & Robert Onuska

nachopolo
onuska

ON VIEW

Ritual Screen by Luis Arredondo, Limited Edition 25
DS-600 Sofa by U. Berger, E. Peduzzi Riva, H. Ulrich & K. Vogt from 1972
EUII2 Desk by Francesco Balzano, Limited Edition 12
LS08E Pendant by Luca Stefano, Numbered Edition
Pilla Sconce by Jan Garncarek, Numbered Edition

Light and Wood sculptures from Nacho Polo & Robert Onuska Private Art Collection.

Genesis Belanger, I don’t Believe in Ghosts, 2022. Not for sale and Claudia Comte, Fire Coral, 2019. Not for sale

Photography william.jess.laird

STUDIOTWENTYSEVEN NEW YORK GALLERY
241 CHURCH STREET, NEW YORK, NY 10013
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
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“He was like a mystic in that he had an overweaning private hunger for illumination, for personal enlightenment, for direct experience - or at least the quality of that experience - with the transcendent.”
- Dore Ashton 

𝗠𝗔𝗥𝗞 𝗥𝗢𝗧𝗛𝗞𝗢, Untitled, 1969
📸 giulialeonelli.85 
At the fondationlv show in Paris
© 1998 by Kate Rothko Prizel & Christopher Rothko/ ARS via dailyrothko 

#markrothko

“He was like a mystic in that he had an overweaning private hunger for illumination, for personal enlightenment, for direct experience - or at least the quality of that experience - with the transcendent.”
- Dore Ashton

𝗠𝗔𝗥𝗞 𝗥𝗢𝗧𝗛𝗞𝗢, Untitled, 1969
📸 giulialeonelli.85
At the fondationlv show in Paris
© 1998 by Kate Rothko Prizel & Christopher Rothko/ ARS via dailyrothko

#markrothko
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Um dos pares mais raros que tenho na coleção, alguém sabe que par é esse? Valeu pela mão pra fazer esse par chegar aqui julio_florio 🙌
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#InMyJs #SNKRSKickCheck #jordan #airjordan #jumpman #jordandepot #sneaker #sneakers #sneakerhead #wearejordan #jordancollection #jordanbrand #sneakerhead #mjmondays #igsneakercommunity #jordanretro #retrojordans #contracoutura #goals #goat #collection #artbasel #artbaselmiami #jordancollection #coleção #retrojordans #airjordan1 #aj1 #jordans #jordansdaily
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