The Muzeum Bilgoraj celebrates the 100th anniversary of Stefan Knapp's birth.
The Muzeum Bilgoraj celebrates the 100th anniversary of Stefan Knapp's birth.
Marcelle Cahn in "Concrete Women Artists" along with Sonia Delaunay, Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Aurelie Nemours.
The Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris pays tribute to Jean Cortot.
A long overdue UK retrospective of Taeuber-Arp’s pivotal contribution to modern art and design.
"Olivier Debré: Fervent Abstraction" at the Estorick museum presents the largest show of the artist's work in London for 40 years.
An important exhibition devoted to Marie Raymond, one of the leading artists of Parisian abstraction in the 1950s.
The first major UK exhibition of the work of French artist Jean Dubuffet (1901–1985) in over 50 years.
The Pompidou re-opens with an ambitious survey of influential women artists in the history of abstraction.
The influence of Claude Bellegarde’s early 50’s white monochrome paintings on Yves Klein features in this major survey of the artist.
The Musée Soulages celebrates the work of women artists from the 1950's.
The Musée d’Art Moderne in Le Havre’s centenary exhibition of Reynold Arnould brings together a large collection of the artist’s work.
Tate Modern presents the first UK retrospective of the work of Dora Maar (1907–97) featuring over 200 works from a career spanning more than six decades.
On the occasion of its re-opening after extensive renovation work, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris presents a retrospective of work by the painter Hans Hartung (1904-1989).
Much anticipated restrospective of Dora Maar opens at the Centre Pompidou revealing the true extent of her creativity.
We were saddened to learn of the death of Claude Bellegarde (1927-2019) on Monday, 27th May
Celebrating the centenary of Reynold Arnould's birth the Musée Rouen exhibition provides a wonderful testament to the artist's oeuvre.
French heritage fundraisers Dartagnans launch crowdfunding campaign for Notre Dame.
Pierre Dmitrienko features in the Fondation Maeght's exhibition celebrating highlights of its famous collection.
The Musée Tavet-Delacour devotes an exhibition to Henri-Georges Adam’s engravings, sculptures and large tapestries from the late 1940s and 1950s.
The first retrospective for 80 years of the immensely talented forgotten artist Helene Guinepied (1883-1937).
Jacques Lagrange's satirical modernist design for Jacques Tati's "Villa Arpel" forms a highlight of the Design Museum's exhibition.
The Musée St Roch brings together 80 works encompassing Jean Pons career for a comprehensive retrospective.
Exploring influential creative relationships, across painting, sculpture, photography, design and literature during the 20th century, including work by Dora Maar.
The Musée d’Art Moderne in Paris is presenting the first major exhibition devoted to Zao Wou-Ki in Paris for fifteen years.
This most comprehensive exhibition in Switzerland to date on Robert Delaunay (1885–1941) pays homage to the artist’s devotion to his native city, Paris.
The first major exhibition examining the critical phase of Nicolas de Stael's career spent in Provence in 1953/54.
Edgard Pillet's work features in this multi-disciplinary exhibition at the Pompidou.
The Centre Culturel de Luynes presents a retrospective of the geometric abstract painter Melito.
A double exhibition celebrating the acclaimed Abstraction Lyrique painter, Oscar Gauthier.
Dora Maar, the Delaunay’s, Georgia O'Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz, Man Ray and Lee Miller, the Eames’s are some of the around forty artist couples showcased in this important cross-topical exhibition.
This historic exhibition offers for the first time a complete and unprecedented panorama of the work of Jean Le Moal.
A major retropective at the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris brings together 200 works by Jean Fautrier, one of the most powerful post-war artists.
“Form and Colour – André Lhote and Swedish Cubism” at the Waldermarsudde Museum highlights the extent of Lhote’s influence in Scandinavia.
Recent work by 1980's "Frontier Art" exponent James Brown on show at the Fisher Museum of Art.
John Christoforou will be celebrated in an exhibition of post-war Greek artists in Paris.
HFA is delighted to participate once again in the Mayfair Art Weekend in partnership with the Royal Academy.
Tate Modern presents the UK’s first major retrospective of Alberto Giacometti for 20 years
The new Centre de Création Contemporain Olivier Debré has been inaugurated by President Hollande and the Queen of Norway.
John Levée, one of the leading American artists in Paris during the post-war period, died on January 18th in Paris.
To mark the 20th anniversary of the death of Edgard Pillet, the Centre d’Art Contemporain d’Eysins pays tribute to him with a substantial retrospective.
A major exhibition of Wilfredo Lam who brought influences from his multi-national heritage to the School of Paris.
An important collection of Kosta Alex's work from the prestigious Swiss collection of Jean Planque is on long term loan to the Musée Granet.
Olivier Debré's work forms part of a prestigious private collection on show at the Fondation Hermitage, "Basquiat, Dubuffet, Soulages..."
"pioneering [French] Modernist masters gaining wider recognition around the world—not least because of attractive pricing" The Art Newspaper
ArtNews' archive series re-publishes "Serge Charchoune: A Gentle Paris Painter of Another Age" by William N. Copley from 1960.
Claude Bellegarde's "psycolor cabins" are a highlight of an exhibition exploring art and telepathy in 20th century art.
The Musée National d'Art Moderne's fascinating insight into the influential polymath, André Bloc.
China News Corporation reviews HFA exhibition "The Second Sex".
Jean Le Moal’s work is the focus of the latest exhibition at the Maison des Arts de Chatillon re-examining post-war abstraction in France.
A major retrospective marking the 50th anniversary of the artist's death.
For those of you yet to make it to our new gallery, here's a short film of it by the architect Ivan Lazzaroni of Omnide.
To mark the centenary of Nicolas de Staël's birth MuMa is holding a stunning exhibition focusing on landscape in the work of this major figure in mid-twentieth-century art.
Pippo Oriani's experimental Futurist film "Velocita" from 1931 is being shown at the Guggenheim New York as part of the blockbuster exhibition "Italian Futurism, 1909–1944: Reconstructing the Universe".
Dora Maar (1907-1997) often remembered as the lover and muse of Picasso, was also and above all an extraordinary artist in her own right. This exhibition ot the Palazzo Fortuny aims to highlight the singular talent of Dora Maar.
Hanina Fine Arts is pleased to announce the opening of a new gallery
in April 2014 at 21 Woodstock Street, off New Bond Street.
Directors: Yuval Hanina and Mary Hanina
A major exhibition of Silvano Bozzolini’s acclaimed oeuvre as a leading exponent of post-war geometrical abstraction.
This substantial retrospective at Tretyakov Gallery of over 400 works, aims to clarify the artist’s position at the forefront of early 20th century Modern Art and re-affirm her Russian heritage.
This exhibition at the Georgia Museum of Art is devoted to the Cercle et Carré group, cofounded in 1929 by Pierre Daura, Joaquín Torres-García and Michel Seuphor to champion abstract art.
A Dadaist pioneer of experimental film, painter, draftsman and writer, Hans Richter (1888-1976) stood at the confluence of avant-garde art as of the 1910s. This is the first major retrospective in France of this Berlin-born American artist who helped shape the history of art in the twentieth century.
The centenary of one of the key figures of post-war Italian art, Emilio Greco (1913-1995) is celebrated in this substantial exhibition at the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art.
Hayden was a leading exponent of Synthetic Cubism and this exhibition at the Museum Villa la Fleur in Warsaw is the first major retrospective of Henri Hayden (1883-1970) in his native country. Curated from private collections in Poland, France and Switzerland, the exhibition is divided into three periods covering the artist's entire career.
"From the Bauhaus to the Mediterranean" presents around 40 paintings from every phase of Jean Leppien's career. From his early years at the Bauhaus under Kandinsky and Albers, to the 1950's on the Cote d'Azur where Leppien became a prominent exponent of post-war Abstraction.
René Iché's death mask (made whilst alive) of Surrealist and poet André Breton on show in the Palazzo Centrale of the Venice Biennale as part of the main "Encyclopedic Palace" project curated by Massimiliano Gioni.
The exhibition brings together many of the most influential works in abstraction’s early history such as Leopold Survage’s “Les Rythmes Colorées” from 1913 and covers a wide range of artistic production, including paintings, drawings, books, sculptures, films, photographs, sound poems, atonal music, and non-narrative dance, to draw a cross-media portrait of these watershed years.
This major exhibition at the Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris shows how artists profoundly changed the subject and form of art in France from 1938 to 1947, in a menacing context of oppression and deprivation, from Occupation and prohibition, to Liberation and retribution.
A major retrospective of César Domela's work at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Initially a member of “de Stijl” and the Bauhaus during the 1920’s, Domela moved to Paris in 1933, and became a prominent member of the “Abstraction-Creation” group. He began creating architectural reliefs, incorporating a variety of refined unconventional materials.
Pierre Thiriot was one of the great 1920’s artistic designers in Paris, creating works for the theatre, music halls and casinos of the time, including for the Folies Bergère, and the Moulin Rouge, where in 1928 he designed the famous embroidered curtain “La Jungle”; and in 1929 he created a large decorative panel for the Casino de Paris, “Les Papillons” inspired by the music of Schumann.
Leopold Survage’s groundbreaking series “Les Rythmes Colorées” from 1913 which he envisioned being transformed into an abstract animated film, but was never realised due to the outbreak of WWI, has now at last been digitally created.
After working in Paris during the 1970’s Brown became associated with a group of artists in New York who collectively formed the radical group know as "Frontier Art" at the beginning of the eighties, and included Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring.