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En vente exceptionnel ensemble de dessins de Bertrand MOGNIAT DUCLOS (1903-1987) peintre de l'Ecole de Paris

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Né à SEDAN dans les Ardennes le 24 Août 1903, il a passé ses premières années à Claix où sa famille possédait une très belle demeure, décédé à PARIS en 1987.

Son atelier se trouvait à Montparnasse au 72 rue Notre Dame des Champs PARIS VIème.

Selon la classification retenue dans le livre "LES COMTEMPORAINS" par René HUYGHE ( Ecrivain, Académicien, conservateur du Musée du Louvre, Conservateur du Musée de Washington) en 1949 aux Editions Pierre TISNE, l’œuvre de MOGNIAT DUCLOS s'inscrit au point de rencontre de l'expressionnisme du début du siècle avec la nouvelle génération LE FAUCONNIER, GROMAIRE et LA PATELLIERE et du retour au Réel illustré par: BOUCHE, DUNOYER DE SEGONZAC, BOUSSAINGAULT, WAROQUIER, DUFRESNE CERIA, COUBINE, MOREAU et FOUJITA. et de la Nouvelle Subjectivité où l'on retrouve LA PATELLIERE, GROMAIRE, LE FAUCONNIER avec GOERG, CHAGALL, LURCAT.

Mogniat-Duclos (1903-1987) dessin 45,5 x 28,5 cm signé du cachet en bas au centre

Mogniat-Duclos (1903-1987) dessin 45,5 x 28,5 cm
signé du cachet en bas au centre
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8 mai 1945 - 8 mai 2020
"Le Baiser de la Victoire"
Paris, Champs-Élysées, 8 mai 1945
Roger SCHALL

Cette photo est en vente :

Galerie ARGENTIC
43 rue Daubenton 75005 Paris
www.argentic.fr 

Le 8 mai 1945, à 15 heures, les cloches sonnent pour marquer la fin de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale en Europe. Le général de Gaulle annonce lui-même la capitulation allemande dans une allocution radiophonique. Partout en France, des scènes de joie célèbrent la défaite du nazisme.

En ce 8 mai 2020, nous voulons, à notre manière, fêter ce retour de la liberté en vous proposant d'acquérir ce morceau de notre histoire.

Cette photographie est tirée en tirage argentique traditionnel sur papier baryté, à l'agrandisseur, à partir du négatif originel, par Thomas Consani du laboratoire Dupon et est authentifiée par le timbre à sec de Roger Schall dans la marge. Le cadre est en aluminium brossé noir, au format 30 x 30 cm.

À titre exceptionnel, ce tirage vous est proposé au prix de 250€ et nous vous offrons l'encadrement et les frais de port pour la France métropolitaine (merci de nous contacter pour d'autres destinations).

Si cette offre vous intéresse ou si vous souhaitez d'autres formats ou des informations complémentaires, merci de nous écrire à : argentic(at)argentic.fr ou simplememnt de répondre à ce message.

Prenez soin de vous et de vos proches et à très bientôt.

roger schall argentic
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Lygia Clark: Painting as an Experimental Field, 1948–1958
March 6, 2020 - May 24, 2020

Museo Guggenheim Bilbao
Avenida Abandoibarra, 2
48009 Bilbao
https://www.guggenheim-bilbao.eus/en
Telephone: +34 944 35 90 00 & +34 944 35 90 80

Following the recommendations issued by health authorities and the directions of the Basque Government and the Provincial Council of Biscay, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao will close temporarily to visitors effective March 14 until further notice as a way to contribute to contain the spread of COVID-19.

For the Museum, the safety of our visitors, our staff, and our collaborators is a top priority. In this context and as a precaution, all programs and activities have already been canceled. The Museum’s website offers timely information of any changes that may occur

While the Museum is closed to visitors, staff members continue working internally in order to accompany the public in these challenging times, increasing the content about the art program and offering it through our web and social media.

A pioneer in abstraction, Lygia Clark (b. 1920, Belo Horizonte, Brazil; d. 1988, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) was a major artist of the second half of the twentieth century. Lygia Clark: Painting as an Experimental Field, 1948–1958 presents a reexamination of Clark’s crucial formative years from 1948 to 1958, when she was experimenting between figuration and abstraction to articulate the compelling visual language that defined her mature production. Along with a pertinent representation of her early figurative work, this exhibition assembles paintings from major series created during this early period to provide a fundamental overview of the first decade of Clark’s artistic career.

Viewing painting as an “experimental field,” a phrase from a keynote lecture given by the artist in 1956, Clark sought to redefine the medium by pushing the boundaries of traditional painting. Dedicating herself to art without formal training, she embedded herself within the artistic milieu of Rio de Janeiro in the late 1940s and participated in seminal artistic movements, such as Concrete art and geometric abstraction, throughout the 1950s. This focused exhibition traces Clark’s artistic evolution in three structured historical sections: “The Early Years, 1948–1952;” “Geometric Abstraction, 1953–1956;” and “Variation of Form: Modulating Space, 1957–1958.” Each chapter addresses Clark’s most significant ideas and provides an in-depth representation of her artistic development through a concise selection of works.

This presentation of Lygia Clark’s early practice debuts on the centenary anniversary of the artist’s birth, bringing a renewed attention at an international level to a significant postwar Latin American female artist. The museum is thankful to the Lygia Clark Cultural Association, Rio de Janeiro, and the artist’s heirs for their tremendous support of the exhibition.

Curator: Geaninne Gutiérrez-Guimarães

Lygia Clark The Violoncellist (O Violoncelista), 1951 Oil on canvas 105.5 x 81 x 2.7 cm Private collection © Courtesy of “The World of Lygia Clark” Cultural Association X.2017.23

Lygia Clark
The Violoncellist (O Violoncelista), 1951

Oil on canvas 105.5 x 81 x 2.7 cm
Private collection
© Courtesy of “The World of Lygia Clark” Cultural Association
X.2017.23

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THE MENIL COLLECTION PRESENTS PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE SURREAL IMAGINATION
ON VIEW NOW THROUGH JUNE 14 - 2020

Events During Houston’s FotoFest Biennial 2020 Include Talks by Artist Allison Janae
Hamilton and Curator Natalie Dupêcher, a Lecture by Author David Campany, and a Special Musical Performance

HOUSTON, TEXAS, February 24, 2020 – Drawn from the Menil Collection’s renowned holdings of Surrealist art and from extraordinary loans from Houston collections, the exhibition Photography and the Surreal Imagination is on view at the Menil Collection now through June 14, 2020.
Presenting 62 works that span the years from Surrealism’s eruption in the 1920s to the present day, the exhibition reveals how photographers during and after the Surrealist movement have explored and distorted the human form, manipulated the photographic surface, and used the camera to transform the familiar into the uncanny. Photography’s inherent tension between documentation and invention emerges in the exhibition as the generative force that has made this medium so productive for artists working in the wake of Surrealism.

Tirée des collections renommées d’art surréaliste de la collection Menil et des prêts extraordinaires des collections de Houston, l’exposition Photography and the Surreal Imagination est à l’affiche à la collection Menil jusqu’au 14 juin 2020. Présentant 62 œuvres qui couvrent les années de l’éruption du surréalisme dans des années 1920 à nos jours, l’exposition révèle comment les photographes pendant et après le mouvement surréaliste ont exploré et déformé la forme humaine, manipulé la surface photographique et utilisé l’appareil photo pour transformer le familier en inquiétant. La tension inhérente à la photographie entre documentation et invention émerge dans l’exposition comme la force génératrice qui a rendu ce médium si productif pour les artistes travaillant dans le sillage du surréalisme.

George Platt Lynes, Untitled, 1941. Gelatin silver print, 9 9/16 × 7 5/8 in. (24.3 × 19.4 cm). The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, The Allan Chasanoff Photographic Collection, 91.849. © George Platt Lynes Estate

George Platt Lynes, Untitled, 1941. Gelatin silver print,
9 9/16 × 7 5/8 in. (24.3 × 19.4 cm).
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston,
The Allan Chasanoff Photographic Collection, 91.849.
© George Platt Lynes Estate

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Dates: 29 February – 10 May, 2020
Curators: Germano Celant and Manuel Cirauqui, curator of the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao

Museo Guggenheim Bilbao
Avenida Abandoibarra, 2
48009 Bilbao
https://www.guggenheim-bilbao.eus/en 
contacto(at)guggenheim-bilbao.eus
informacion(at)guggenheim-bilbao.eus
Telephon
+34 944 35 90 00
+34 944 35 90 80

Following the recommendations issued by health authorities and the directions of the Basque Government and the Provincial Council of Biscay, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao will close temporarily to visitors effective March 14 until further notice as a way to contribute to contain the spread of COVID-19.

For the Museum, the safety of our visitors, our staff, and our collaborators is a top priority. In this context and as a precaution, all programs and activities have already been canceled. The Museum’s website offers timely information of any changes that may occur

While the Museum is closed to visitors, staff members continue working internally in order to accompany the public in these challenging times, increasing the content about the art program and offering it through our web and social media.

Halfway between painting and sculpture, Artschwager develops a unique language using the new domestic materials of his time, always working toward the fusion of figuration and abstraction, artistic innovation and design, and ironically seeks to combine the functional and the useless.

Designed as an open labyrinth, the exhibition features a comprehensive selection of paintings and sculptures dating from the early 1960s to the first decade of this century.

Artschwager represents places, scenes from everyday life, and common objects such as tables, chairs, and dressers, interpreting them in ordinary, standardized industrial materials such as Formica, Celotex, acrylic paint, and rubberized horsehair.

Artschwager’s work continually questions appearance and essence, offering us a delicate and realistic, humorous yet monumental interpretation of the world.

Richard Artschwager  Door } , 1983-84  Acrylic on wood, glass 207.6 x 165.1 x 24.8 cm  Collection Kerstin Hiller and Helmut Schmelzer,  on loan to Neues Museum Nürnberg  © Estate of Richard Artschwager, VEGAP, Bilbao, 2020  Photo: Annette Kradisch

Richard Artschwager Door } , 1983-84
Acrylic on wood, glass 207.6 x 165.1 x 24.8 cm
Collection Kerstin Hiller and Helmut Schmelzer,
on loan to Neues Museum Nürnberg
© Estate of Richard Artschwager, VEGAP, Bilbao, 2020
Photo: Annette Kradisch 

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FEMMES ANNÉES 50
AU FIL DE L’ABSTRACTION, PEINTURE ET SCULPTURE.
MUSÉE SOULAGES
Jardin du Foirail, Avenue Victor Hugo, 12000 Rodez
https://musee-soulages-rodez.fr/
14 DÉCEMBRE - 10 MAI 2020

Du 14 décembre au 10 mai 2020, le musée Soulages consacrera une exposition à la création abstraite des femmes dans les années 50 à Paris : Femmes années 50. Au fil de l’abstraction, peinture et sculpture.

Déjà aux Etats-Unis se tenait en 1951 l’exposition fondatrice « Ninth Street Show », une manifestation d’avant-garde dans laquelle figurait 4 femmes : Joan Mitchell, Grace Hartigan, Elaine de Kooning et Helen Frankenthaler. Dans L’autre moitié de l’avant-garde 1910/1940, éditions des femmes, publication doublée d’une exposition en 1980 en Italie, Lea Vergine parle de découvrir la « moitié suicidée du génie créateur de ce siècle ». En 2009, le Centre Pompidou offrait une importante exposition d’artistes femmes, «Elles» qui réunissait plus de 3 millions de visiteurs.

Genevieve Claisse - Slalom 1960 162x130 cm (Courtesy Galerie Denise René)

Genevieve Claisse - Slalom 1960 162x130 cm
(Courtesy Galerie Denise René)

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Picasso Through the Lens of David Douglas Duncan
HAUSER & Wirth
Vieux Chalet, Gstaad

3 February – 28 February 2020

Opening reception: Sunday 2 February 2020 2 – 5 pm
Opening hours: Wednesday and Thursday afternoon by appointment

https://www.hauserwirth.com/ 

Opening at Vieux Chalet in Gstaad on the 2 February 2020, ‘Picasso Through the Lens of David Douglas Duncan’ gives a remarkable insight into the work and life of Picasso. Ceramics and paintings by the artist are presented in tandem with vintage photographs taken by the legendary photographer David Douglas Duncan during a period of unprecedented access to the artist’s studio. The works on view, created concurrently with the photographs, can be encountered as an ‘intervention’ throughout the domestic spaces of the chalet. The photographs, some of which have never been exhibited before, give an intimate portrait of the artist at work and at home. The project has been organised in close collaboration with the artist’s son, Claude Picasso, and James Koch, Partner at Hauser & Wirth.

David Douglas Duncan was a renowned war photographer, photojournalist, and a self-described nomad. He was among the most influential photographers of the last century, capturing World War II, the Vietnam War, and photo essays for Life magazine which enabled him to roam the world. The resulting images filled more than 25 books, including eight on Picasso. Duncan’s first encounter with Picasso happened in February 1956 when he infamously rang the doorbell of La Californie, Picasso’s home in Cannes. The artist’s wife, Jacqueline, led him upstairs and he met Picasso in his bathtub, who allowed Duncan to photograph him. From that starting point, the photographer developed a lasting friendship with Picasso over the course of 17 years during which time he captured an astounding visual archive of the artist’s life at La Californie.

David Douglas Duncan  Picasso et céramique (oiseau) [Picasso and ceramic (bird)] 1957, Villa La Californie, Cannes Vintage gelatin silver print 35.4 x 24.4 cm / 13 7/8 x 9 5/8 in © David Douglas Duncan © Succession Picasso/DACS, London 2019 Courtesy the estate David Douglas Duncan

David Douglas Duncan
Picasso et céramique (oiseau)
[Picasso and ceramic (bird)]
1957, Villa La Californie, Cannes
Vintage gelatin silver print
35.4 x 24.4 cm / 13 7/8 x 9 5/8 in
© David Douglas Duncan
© Succession Picasso/DACS, London 2019
Courtesy the estate David Douglas Duncan 

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Du 11 octobre 2019 au 01 mars 2020, le Musée d’Art Moderne présente à l’occasion de sa réouverture, une rétrospective du peintre Hans Hartung (1904-1989).
L’exposition porte un nouveau regard sur l’ensemble de l’oeuvre de cet artiste majeur du XXe siècle et sur son rôle essentiel dans l’histoire de l’art. Hans Hartung fut un précurseur de l’une des inventions artistiques les plus marquantes de son temps : l’abstraction.

Hans Hartung
La Fabrique du geste
11 octobre 2019 - 01 mars 2020
Au Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris
12-14 avenue de New York 75116 Paris
http://www.mam.paris.fr/
+ d’infos : http://bit.ly/2pljzt9
Billets coupe-file : https://bit.ly/2lY4Oul

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Le Musée Privé rencontre Christo par le-musee-prive

A l'occasion d'une exposition d'oeuvres préparatoires de l'artiste Christo dans la galerie Guy Pieters qui se trouvait à l'époque avenue Matignon à Paris, Patrick Reynolds, Directeur du Magazine Le Musée Privé, et Sébastien Lecca, plasticien et performer, ont eu l'opportunité de poser quelques questions à l'un des artistes les plus monumentaux et influents de notre époque.
Compte-rendu en images...

Une interview réalisée et préparée par André-Charles Idier

Remerciements à Christo, Guy Pieters et Isabelle Lelievre.

Guy Pieters Gallery
Albertplein 15
8300 Knokke-Heist
050/61.28.00

Guy Pieters Gallery Zeedijk
Zeedijk 753
8300 Knokke-Heist
050/62.33.80

Guy Pieters Gallery Offices
Edgard Gevaertdreef 10
9830 Sint-Martens-Latem
09/282.82.84


www.guypietersgallery.com

Christo Javacheff - photo de Patrick H. Reynolds

Christo Javacheff - photo de Patrick H. Reynolds

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Gérard Garouste posant devant l'un de ses tableaux

20.01.2020
Rétrospective Gérard Garouste à New Delhi soutenue par la Galerie Templon

Gérard Garouste exposera à la National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA) de New Delhi en Inde du 28 janvier au 29 mars 2020.

Cette rétrospective réunira une soixantaine de tableaux couvrant 40 ans de création de 1980 à 2019. On y retrouvera toutes les différentes séries développées depuis le début : le Classique et l’Indien, les Indiennes, Dante (la Divine Comédie), Rabelais (la Dive Bacbuc), Cervantès (Don Quixotte), les Portraits, Goethe (Faust), Diane et Actéon, la Bible, le Talmud.

Sous le patronage du Ministère de la Culture, de l’Institut français et avec le soutien de mécènes privés, cette exposition permettra au public indien de découvrir une œuvre complexe où se mêlent cultures chrétienne et hébraïque, mythes et légendes.Jean-Jacques Aillagon, qui fut successivement Président du Centre Pompidou, Ministre de la Culture et Président de Versailles sera le commissaire de cette importante manifestation.

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Sylvie Blum : Naked Beauty (1st time in Asia) Jan. 25 – 25 Mar. 2020 at MOCA BANGKOK

From Muse to Master into the Museum

MOCA Museum of Contemporary Art
499 Kamphaengphet 6 Road, Ladyao, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900 Thailand
(+66) 2 016-5666-7
(+66) 2 016-5670
info(at)mocabangkok.com
https://mocabangkok.com/

The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCABANGKOK) will be showing Sylvie Blum’s work titled “Naked Beauty” with a grand opening on January 25th, 2020. Public viewing is open until March 2020.

Sylvie Blum’s Photography exhibition is the very first of it’s kind in Thailand.
This unique 10,000 sqft exhibition at MOCA displays 300 images including 100 original prints from her Naked Beauty Series, her world famous “Big Cat Series” and her “Animal Series” as well as 200 Polaroid images showing her very own diary over the past 20 Years from 1999 – 2019. Sylvie Blum’s iconic images remain in the permanent collection of MOCA BANGKOK.

Austrian-born Sylvie Blum started her career as a model prior to taking the helm as a photographer. Sylvie has worked for 16 years in front of the camera with photographers such as Helmut Newton, Jeanloup Sieff and many more. She has published five books. Her 5th book “Naked Beauty” by TeNeues was followed by a joint exhibition with Herb Ritts at the Fahey Klein Gallery in Los Angeles. Since 2005 Sylvie Blum works and lives in Los Angeles.

Sylvie Blum is an exceptional photographer driven by passion and the love for photography. Sylvie Blum is at the forefront of the female force. She is the Ansel Adams of the female form.

Sylvie Blum daily walk 2 - 2008 © Sylvie Blum

Sylvie Blum daily walk 2 - 2008 © Sylvie Blum

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Dora Maar
Tate Modern
Bankside
London SE1 9TG
https://www.tate.org.uk/
20 November 2019 – 15 March 2020
Open daily 10.00 – 18.00 and until 22.00 on Friday and Saturday
For public information call +44(0)20 7887 8888, visit tate.org.uk or follow @Tate #DoraMaar

Tate Modern presents the first UK retrospective of the work of Dora Maar (1907–97) whose provocative photographs and photomontages became celebrated icons of surrealism. Featuring over 200 works from a career spanning more than six decades, this exhibition shows how Maar’s eye for the unusual also translated to her commercial commissions, social documentary photographs, and paintings – key aspects of her practice which have, until now, remained little known.

Born Henriette Théodora Markovitch, Dora Maar grew up between Argentina and Paris and studied decorative arts and painting before switching her focus to photography. In doing so, Maar became part of a generation of women who seized the new professional opportunities offered by advertising and the illustrated press. Tate Modern’s exhibition opens with the most important examples of these commissioned works. Around 1931, Maar set up a studio with film set designer Pierre Kéfer specialising in portraiture, fashion photography and advertising. Works such as The years lie in wait for you c.1935 – believed to be an advertising project for face cream that Maar made by overlaying two negatives – reveal Maar’s innovative approach to constructing images through staging, photomontage and collage. Striking nude studies such as that of famed model Assia Granatouroff also reveal how women photographers like Maar were beginning to infiltrate relatively taboo genres such as erotica and nude photography.

Dora Maar, 1907-1997 The years lie in wait for you c. 1935 Photograph, gelatin silver print on paper 355 × 254 mm The William Talbott Hillman Collection© ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2019

Dora Maar, 1907-1997
The years lie in wait for you c. 1935
Photograph, gelatin silver print on paper 355 × 254 mm
The William Talbott Hillman Collection
© ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2019

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