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Post-War Arcadia
(13 Sept - 21 Dec)

Examining the role of landscape in post-war European abstraction.

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Venice Biennale Alumni
(10 May - 19 Aug)

To coincide with the opening of the 57th Venice Biennale “Viva Arte Viva”, Hanina Fine Arts is delighted to present an exhibition of 21 previous participants of the biennale.

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Claude Venard
Fine Paintings 1950-1965
(25 Jan - 29 Apr)

Hanina Fine Arts is delighted to start our 25th anniversary year with a special exhibition of Claude Venard who the gallery has shown regularly to great enthusiasm since opening in Notting Hill in 1992.

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ÉMIGRÉS
"L'Esprit International" in Post-War Paris
(28 Sept - 17 Dec)

Post-war Paris was an era of incredible cultural richness, and a fundamental cause of this was the significant influx of émigrés artists whose differing experiences and perspectives fed into the intellect and creativity of the city.

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Harmonies
Music in Post-War Art
(5 May - 25 Aug)

The exhibition examines the relationship between art and music during the post-war period, from the mandolin motif in post-Cubism, and Arman’s obsessive violin destruction; to the abstract manifestation of sound, and James Pichette’s performances painting with a live jazz band.

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Divergences
Post-War Expressionism
(27 Jan - 16 Apr)

Hanina Fine Arts is delighted to present a selection of paintings from the most influential avant-garde developments in Expressionism during the post-war years in Europe, including Tachisme, CoBrA and Art Brut.

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"The Second Sex"
Women artists in post-war Paris
(16 Sept - 28 Nov)

In light of recent exhibitions at the Tate of Sonia Delaunay and Barbara Hepworth, both of whom were members of the Abstraction Création group in Paris, this exhibition at Hanina Fine Arts explores further into the relatively few women artists that achieved prominence in post-war Paris. 

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CUBISM 2.0
Post-Cubism in Europe
(1 Apr - 18 Jul)

This exhibition brings together artists whose work explores the possibilities opened up by the Cubist's removal of the restriction to a single viewpoint perspective compositional structure which had been convention in Western art since the Renaissance.

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ESPACE
Geometric Abstraction 1930-1960
(21 Jan - 23 Mar)

Paintings and sculpture by leading exponents of  Geometric Abstraction working in mid-century Paris.

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Americans in Paris
Since 1944
(15 Oct - 18 Dec)

This exhibition celebrates some of the great American artists that lived and worked in Paris since the Liberation of 1944.

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Abstraction Lyrique
Post-War Abstract Expressionism in Europe
10th Sept - 8th Oct

We are pleased to present a selection of major works by leading exponents of the post-war Abstraction Lyrique movement in Europe, which was equivalent to Abstract Expressionism in America.

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Claude Venard
Fine Works
1950-1965

Having lead the revival in Venard's reputation over the last twenty years, Hanina Fine Arts is delighted to present a selection of fine works from the artist's oeuvre.

 

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La Jeune Ecole de Paris
(1944-1950)
April 23 – June 3, 2014

A selection of masterworks by artists of the “Jeune Ecole de Paris” who came to the fore in the immediate post-war years.

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Edgard Pillet (1912-1996)
Genese, 1951
[Online only]

Pillet was a pioneer of post-war geometric abstraction, and in 1951 he created this avant-garde animated short film "Genesis", in which the “actors are straight lines, squares, rectangles and circles”. 

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Italiens de Paris
London

A selection of Italian artists working in Paris during the post-war period, including the painters Pippo Oriani, Gino Gregori, Silvano Bozzolini, Marcel Fiorini, and the sculptors Emile Gilioli, and Carlo Sergio Signori.

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Visage
Post-War Figuration in Eurpoe

The exhibition explores the rich and diverse approaches to figuration during the immediate post-war years in Europe. Every artist brought a unique perspective, incorporating often conflicting ideas drawn from the aesthetic, to political, sociological and philosophical principles.

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Abstraction Creation
London

This important exhibition at Hanina Fine Arts celebrates the historic achievements of the Abstraction-Création group, 1931-1936, which was responsible for producing the decisive wave of Abstract art that finally established pure Abstraction as a viable form of art in Western culture.

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Le Monde Moderne
London

This major exhibition celebrates the liberation of aesthetics and the rapid proliferation of new artistic ideologies in early twentieth century Europe through avant-garde artistic statements from Cubism to CoBrA,  including international artists Jean Metzinger, Adolf Fleischmann, Henry Moore, and Olivier Debré.

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Paris Russe
London

A selection of works by prominent Russian artists working in Paris between 1920 and 1965, including: Léopold Survage, André Lanskoy, Youla Chapoval, Serge Charchoune, Pierre Dmitrienko.  Predominantly émigrés escaping the Russian revolution, these artists were fundamental to the progression of the avant-garde in Paris.