Positioned within the coronary heart of a Paris as luxurious as it’s cultural, a couple of minutes from the Grand Palais or the Théâtre du Rond-Level, Hopkins Gallery welcomes its guests in an impressive house that arouses curiosity… with out disappointing it. Discovery of a home devoted to unique artwork, from impressionism to up to date.
Botero, The Sq., 2013, oil on canvas, 127 x 101 cm
A gallery of masterpieces:
Created in 1984, Hopkins Gallery favors an artwork that has its place within the historical past books, from the Impressionists to the Nabis, not forgetting the contemporaries. In its areas, with at all times unique and neat hangings, you’ll be able to come throughout Monets, Morisots, Renoirs, Pissarros and Sisleys; but in addition works by Bonnard, Maurice Denis, Ranson, Roussel and Vuillard; and even by Chagall, Derain, Marquet, in addition to fashionable and up to date work by Léger, Picasso, Matisse, Calder, de Staël, Dubuffet, Soulages, Basquiat or Marc Quinn.
Who’s invited to the most important occasions of up to date artwork:
Since 1989, the gallery has participated in essentially the most prestigious festivals, the Biennale des Antiquaires in Paris, the Worldwide Fantastic Artwork Honest in New York, Artwork Basel, TEFAF in Maastricht. On the Pavillon des Arts et du Design (PAD Paris), since 1998, the gallery has devoted its stand to a monographic ensemble: Henry Moore, Alexander Calder, Jean Dubuffet, pictures by Constantin Brancusi, Marc Quinn, Sam Szafran, Baltasar Lobo, Ian Davenport and Robert Motherwell.
Vieira da Silva, Untitled, 1955, oil on canvas, 60 x 73 cm
And enriches essentially the most collections of museums:
Certainly, the Gallery has enriched the collections of prestigious museums world wide, together with: the Musée d’Orsay, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, the Artwork Institute of Chicago and the Getty Museum in Los Angeles. Often, she recurrently contributes to main exhibitions by placing her experience in addition to an lively mortgage coverage on the service of museums such because the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Montreal Museum of Fantastic Arts, the Pierre Gianadda Basis in Martigny or the Boston Museum of Fantastic Arts.
Ophélie Asch, Taïga, 2016, pigments and acrylic on paper, 96 x 173 cm
Whereas consecrating up to date artwork:
Its unprecedented exhibitions of works by acknowledged artists are emulated: from the key retrospective dedicated to Berthe Morisot in 1987 to the presentation at FIAC 2008 of a giant group of works by Marc Quinn, together with the illustration of Botero, York-Supported, Novatt or Sam Szafran, the Hopkins Gallery has created a serious place for itself on the Parisian artwork scene.
Sam Szafran, Foliage Workshop, 1969, pastel and charcoal on paper, 103 x 74 cm
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