ARMAN

Arman - Oud kalthoum

Oud Kalthoum

Bronze

Artist Edition 1/4

87 x 46 x 33 cm I 34 x 18 x 13 inches

Available

Arman - accumulation de vis

Accumulation de vis

Mixed media

40 x 30 x 5 cm I 16 x 12 x 2 inches

Available

Arman - Sliced Figure with Cello

Sliced figure with cello

Bronze

138 x 55 x 41 cm I 51 x 21 x 16 inches

Available

Arman - Inclusion de tubes de peinture

Inclusion de tubes de peinture

Inclusion and resin

52 x 35 x 6 cm I 20.5 x 14 x 2 inches

Available

BIOGRAPHY

|ARMAN|

ARMAN is a recognized artist with more than 500 personal exhibitions dedicated to him. He has conducted research concerning our sentimental relationship to the object, its attachment to it, its accumulation, as well as its destruction, as seen in his series of charred violins

Armand Pierre Fernandez was born on November 17, 1928, in Nice and grew up in his father’s antique store. A brilliant student, he began painting at the age of 10 and joined the School of Decorative Arts in Nice in 1946. At 19, he met Yves Klein and Claude Pascal, who would become his two closest friends. It was the beginning of an exalted youth, his interest in philosophy and the arts of the Far East led him to the Louvre school in Paris in 1949.

Returning to Nice in 1951, his attraction to painting became clearer, under the influence of the Russian painter Serge Poliakoff and Nicolas de Staël. He decides, like Vincent Van Gogh, to sign with his first name: Armand. Influenced by the works of Kurt Schwitters and Jackson Pollock, he tried his hand at stamping and exhibited the first in Paris in 1956. In 1958, during an exhibition at Iris Clert’s, the painter noticed an error imprint on the invitation card: Armand was written without “d”) and it will become his signature.

Bougeoir aux Cuillères

Bronze

35 x 43 cm I 13 x 16 inches

Available

Le Gambit

Resin

42 x 27 x 27 cm I 16 x 10 x 10 inches

Available

Arman - Inclusion Petits ponts

Inclusion Petits Ponts

Inclusion and resin

42 x 29 x 9 cm I 16.5 x 11 x 3,5 inches

Available

Violon à Venise

Bronze

70 x 30 x 12 cm I 27 x 11 x 4 inches

Available

Ukulele

Bronze

31 x 35 cm I 12 x 13 inches

Available

Bonnec

Allegretto

Mixed media on canvas – 130 x 130 cm I 51 x 51 inches

Bonnec - Nuance de Bleu

Nuance de Bleu

Mixed media on canvas – 80 x 80 cm I 31 x 31 inches

Bonnec - Con Grazia

Con Grazia

Mixed media on canvas – 135 x 220 cm I 53 x 86 inches

Bonnec - Con Allegrezza

Con Allegrezza

Mixed media on canvas – 130 x 130 cm I 51 x 51 inches

 Bonnec - Fusion

Fusion

Mixed media on canvas – 100 x 100 cm I 39 x 39 inches

Bonnec - amoroso

Amoroso

Mixed media on canvas – 125 x 255 cm I 49 x 100 inches

BIOGRAPHY

| BONNEC |

Bonnec are a truly exceptional duo! Internationally renowned, their paintings are present in collections around the world. They have the honors of the world press and the world of the Arts.

“Tables borrowed from poetry and freshness”. KNOWLEDGE OF THE ARTS

“Bonnec or the Art of painting”. ME MAURICE RHEIMS

“Internationally recognized, Bonnec smile in their disarmingly charming allegories”. THE TIME of CHICAGO

“Expressed by the strongest chromatic … Transparency of an air that we would always like to be able to breathe”. ARTSNEWS

“Bonnec, this four-handed duo of colors and poetry” GAZETTE DROUOT

“An atmospheric transparency … And it is so beautiful that one is quite unable to resist”. J. Mélèze. PARISCOPE

“For more luminosity and cheerfulness too, the tender colors always chasing away the shadows of the painting”. RogerBouillot L’OEIL

“Good, happy sun, the one that lights up their paintings.” ROBERT SABATIER

“My talented friends Bonnec”. RAYMOND DEVOS

“You are poets!” MARCEL MARCEAU

 

 Bonnec - Crescendo

Crescendo

Mixed media on canvas – 130 x 130 cm I 51 x 51 inches

Bonnec - La Goutte d'Eau

La Goutte d'Eau

Mixed media on canvas – 80 x 80 cm I 31 x 31 inches

 Bonnec - Crescendo

Cantabile

Mixed media on canvas – 130 x 130 cm I 51 x 51 inches

Bonnec - Concerto Grosso

Concerto Grosso

Mixed media on canvas – 187 x 226 cm I 73 x 88 inches

Bonnec - Affetto

Affetto

Mixed media on canvas – 130 x 130 cm I 51 x 51 inches

CESAR

Autoportrait, le poilu

Bronze – 44 x 16 x 11 cm I 17 x 6 x 4 inches

Expansion, sein

Résine polyuréthane -17 x 54 x 24 cm I 6 x 21 x 9 inches

Autoportrait, le poilu

Bronze – 44 x 16 x 11 cm I 17 x 6 x 4 inches

Autoportrait, le poilu

Bronze – 44 x 16 x 11 cm I 17 x 6 x 4 inches

 

BIOGRAPHY

 

César, French painter and member of the Nouveau Réalisme movement, is best known for his use of compressed cars and recycled metals. Although his work shows similarities to artists like Andy Warhol in his appropriation of commercial products, Caesar is more interested in the formal traditions of modern sculpture, as for example through the work of Alberto Giacometti. Born César Baldaccini on January 11, 1921 in Marseilles to Italian parents, he studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris from which he graduated in 1948. “Despite my classical academic education, my vision with my work on scrap metal”, declares he does. “I entered the industrial world and learned to approach recovered materials according to their own language.” The artist is behind the creation of the bronze trophies awarded each year during the Caesar ceremony. He represented France at the Venice Biennale in 1995 and today his works can be found in the collections of major institutions around the world such as the Center Pompidou in Paris, the Tate Gallery in London, the MoMA in New York.

MILAN HOUSER

Milan Houser - Untitled MH 709

Untitled - MH709, 2020

Varnish, pigments and dye stuff on canvas

100 x 100 cm I 39 x 39 inches

Available

Milan Houser - Untitled MH712

Untitled - MH712, 2020

Varnish, pigments and dye stuff on canvas

Ø 100 cm I 39 inches

Available

Milan Houser - Untitled MH707

Untitled - MH707, 2020

Varnish, pigments and dye stuff on canvas

100 x 120 cm I 39 x 47 inches

Available

Milan Houser - Untitled MH713

Untitled - MH713, 2020

Varnish, pigments and dye stuff on canvas

Ø 100 cm I 39 inches

Available

BIOGRAPHY

|Milan HOUSER|

Milan Houser was born in 1971 in Czech Republic. His talent was awarded by many prices, including the prestigious Stipendium Pollock-Krasner Foundation in 2005. His art already belongs to the National Gallery in Prague. Also his work has joined many international private collections in Czech Republic, France, Italy, Germany and USA. It is important that, through the color, he opens another space. It allows us to perceive movement, the intensity of light and the proximity to the shadow. His work offers the experience of churning time.

Milan Houser doesn’t paint in the true sense of the word. However, he pours colored masses onto the horizontal canvas, which he divides into specific sections. They are called “chambers”. They do not form a completely accurate border, but the paint rather flows over them, pushing out and flooding in a slow sludge, with a streamy and sticky attraction. It then creates a new life to the painting, arising from the mixture, and the result is a large and non-predestined appearance. The result is a painting without gaps, equally dense and viscous, which gradually gets stuck and condensed, boggled down, into a soft homogeneity. The viewer is confronted with a painting, simultaneously elastic and stunningly colorful.

Milan Houser - Untitled MH702

Untitled - MH702, 2020

Varnish, pigments and dye stuff on canvas

120 x 100 cm I 47 x 39 inches

Available

Milan Houser - Untitled MH711

Untitled - MH711, 2020

Varnish, pigments and dye stuff on canvas

138 x 180 cm I 54 x 71 inches

Available

Milan Houser - Untitled MH 601

Untitled - MH 601

Varnish, pigments and dye stuff on canvas

60 x 80 cm I 24 x 31,5 inches

Available

Milan Houser - Untitled MH 604

Untitled - MH 604

Varnish, pigments and dye stuff on canvas

120 x 120 cm I 47 x 47 inches

Available

Milan Houser - Untitled MH 605

Untitled - MH 605

Varnish, pigments and dye stuff on canvas

100 x 150 cm I 39 x 59 inches

Available

Milan Houser - Untitled MH 606

Untitled - MH 606

Varnish, pigments and dye stuff on canvas

ø 125 cm I 49 inches

Available

Milan Houser - Untitled MH 501

Untitled - MH 501

Varnish, pigments and dye stuff on canvas

60 x 80 cm I 24 x 31,5 inches

Available

ODINET

Nicolas Odinet - A few days before

A few days before

Oil on canvas – 150 x 150 cm I 59 x 59 inches

Available

 

 

Nicolas Odinet - Entre amies

Entre amies

 

Oil on canvas – 130 x 89 cm I 51 x 35 inches

Available

 

Nicolas Odinet - La Bêtise

La Bêtise

Oil on canvas – 146 x 97 cm I 57 x 38 inches

Available

 

 

BIOGRAPHY

| Nicolas ODINET |

 

Nicolas Odinet was born in Sainte Adresse in 1953. From an early age, he showed a keen interest in graphic arts. During his adolescence, he practiced drawing and painting on his own and assiduously. He thus illustrates his fascination with the seaside that surrounds him. He then moved away from painting to succeed in parallel with an international sports career in Hockey in Paris and studying pharmacy at the University of Rouen. Once a Doctor of Pharmacy, he moved in 1985 to a dispensary in the city center of Rouen. He gradually regained his attraction to brushes and his free time was increasingly spent painting watercolors and oils.

For 5 years he will divide his time between the pharmacy and various exhibitions. He decided to devote himself exclusively to painting in 1997. Since that date, fully anchored and blossomed in his passion, he continues to assert himself through the growing variety of his themes and his palette. Both his talent and the authenticity of his work are evidenced by the renewal and diversity of his work.

Jorge COLOMINA

Jorge Colomina - Bonjour la Lune

Bonjour la lune

Mixed media on canvas – 92 x 73 cm I 36 x 28 inches

Available

Jorge Colomina - L'Ami Ben

L'Ami Ben

Mixed media on canvas – 92 x 73 cm I 37 x 26 inches

Available

Jorge Colomina - Visage tribal

Visage Tribal

Mixed media on canvas – 100 x 100 cm I 39 x 39 inches

Available

Jorge Colomina - La Belle Poitrine

La Belle Poitrine

Mixed media on canvas – 100 x 81 cm I 39 x 31 inches

Available

 

BIOGRAPHIE

 

| JORGE COLOMINA |

Jorge Colomina was born in 1953, in Alcoy – province of Alicante (Spain). Franco’s Spain in the 1960s is for him synonymous with the emigration of his parents to Marseille. He will join them in Paris with his brother in 1963.

From an early age, he expressed his passion for drawing and painting. Barely settled in Paris, his curiosity and taste for art led him to explore the museums of the City of Light. Brush in hand, he is learning. He perseveres: sketches, sketches, paintings… Finally, at the age of thirty, he decides to devote himself exclusively to his art. He chooses Antibes and its Mediterranean shores as a welcoming land to experience his painting in complete freedom.

He has always admired Picasso, Miro, Cézanne, Matisse… He studies their works and works tirelessly to find his own style… The influences of a lifetime… bright colors, in motion to express his passion and emotions. Colomina’s painting, if one has to define it, is akin to a kind of “Abstract Figurative”.

From individual exhibitions to group exhibitions, his paintings travel across France and cross borders. Jorge Colomina is estimated, quoted and sold in Drouot Paris by Maître Arnaud Cornette de Saint-Cyr, auctioneer.

Jorge Colomina - C'est Fou

La bien heureuse

Mixed media on vellum arches – 58 x 38 cm I 22 x 14 inches

Available

Jorge Colomina - Sous la Pluie

Fard Rose

Mixed media on canvas – 100 x 81 cm I 39 x 31 inches

Available

Jorge Colomina - Dans la Pénombre

Le clin d'oeil

Mixed media on vellum arches – 58 x 38 cm I 22 x 14 inches

Available

Jorge Colomina - C'est Fou

C'est Fou

Mixed media on canvas – 80 x 80 cm I 31 x 31 inches

Available

Jorge Colomina - Sous la Pluie

Sous la Pluie

Mixed media on canvas – 100 x 100 cm I 39 x 39 inches

Available

Jorge Colomina - Dans la Pénombre

Dans la Pénombre

Mixed media on canvas – 120 x 120 cm I 47 x 47 inches

Available

MARIELA

Mariela Garibay - "Tendresse"

Tendresse, 2018

Bronze

40 x 41 x 20 cm I 16 x 16 x 8 inches

Available

Mariela Garibay - Contemplation

Contemplation

Bronze

40 x 45 x 50 cm I 16 x 18 x 20 inches

Available

Mariela Garibay - Toucher le ciel

Toucher le ciel

Bronze

180 x 100 x 70 cm I 71 x 40 x 23,5 inches

Available

Mariela Garibay - Silence

Silence

Bronze

38 x 25 x 29 cm I 15 x 10 x 11,5 inches

Disponible

 

BIOGRAPHY

 

Mariela Garibay (Lima, Peru 1976) graduated in sculpture at the University of Peru (PUCP) and a master’s degree in urban drawing at the University of Barcelona in 2008.

She received the Winternitz Prize twice in 1997 and 1999 and won the first prize in the national drawing competition in 2005.

His first solo exhibition dates from 2004 with stone as the first material.

She carries out several public commissions in Peru, teaches the Fine Arts of Ayacucho and the PUCP. She exhibits her work permanently in galleries and develops her technique with bronze.

Her work is figurative but not realistic, Mariela Garibay observes the world around her and transcribes it with great tenderness through figures with childish curves. Mariela Garibay’s sculpture is positive and generous, it immortalizes a moment of happiness captured by the artist, a moment of peace, a good memory, a smile, a surprise, simple and sincere joy.

Mariela Garibay - Les petites choses

Les petites choses

Bronze

20 x 45 x 20 cm I 8 x 18 x 8 inches

Available

Mariela Garibay - "Trotinette"

Trotinette

Bronze

60 x 96 x 42 cm I 24 x 38 x 16,5 inches

Available

Isabel MIRAMONTES

Miramontes - Grand Pas

Le vent se lève

Bronze

69 x 23 x 23 cm I 27 x 9 x 9 inches

Available

Miramontes - Bord de mer

Bord de Mer

Bronze

60 x 45 x 37 cm I 23 x 17 x 14 inches

Available

Miramontes - Songe

Songe

Bronze

30 x 48 x 48 cm I 11 x 18 x 18 inches

Available

Miramontes - Bout du Monde

En attendant

Bronze

116 x 130 x 77 cm I 45 x 51 x 30 inches

Available

 

BIOGRAPHY

 

Isabel Miramontes is a Spanish artist born in Santiago de Compostela in Spain. She now lives and works in Belgium. However, the place of pilgrimage where she comes from still fascinates her as much and especially for her Celtic roots. Miramontes studied Fine Arts at the Institut Sainte Marie in Belgium. She then continued her training at the Academy of Fine Arts of Saint Gilles in the Studio of Patrick Pouillart. The artist cut his teeth there and acquired a solid experience in drawing and sketching on the spot of living models.

She creates bronze sculptures with a unique patina. His works, more or less realistic, are akin to a hybridization between the human body and the object. The sculptor integrates the notions of body, movement and human life. She lets glimpse a void in each of her works. Similar to the cutouts of the mummies of Ancient Egypt, the bodies divided between movement and emptiness seem to be half buried.

For Miramontes, sculpture is not a block of material to which one gives a form, but a void to which the artist gives a surface. His bodies cut into strips capture a movement, a feeling, and while respecting the anatomical canons, bring another dimension into the work of art: the sensitive.

Miramontes - Pourquoi

Pourquoi

Bronze

78 x 21 x 21 cm I 30 x 11 x 11 inches

Available

Modus Vivendi

Bronze

55 x 49 x 27 cm I 21 x 19 x 10 inches

Available

Miramontes -Mira

Mira

Bronze

195 x 70 x 70 cm I 76 x 27 x 27

Available

Miramontes - Bout du monde assis

Bout du Monde (Assis)

Bronze

78 x 37 x 32 cm I 30 x 14 x 12 inches

Available

Miramontes - Le Baiser

Le Baiser

Bronze

164 x 34 x 27 cm I 64 x 13 x 10

Disponible

Les puissants

Bronze

33 x 88 x 16 cm I 12 x 34 x 6 inches

Available 

Miramontes - Le Baiser

Allez viens

Bronze

66 x 60 x 30 cm I 25 x 23 x 11 inches

Disponible

Philippe PASQUA

Miramontes - Primavera

Polk

Mixed media on paper mounted on canvas

200 x 150 cm I 78 x 59 inches

Available

Philippe Pasqua - Aveugle

Aveugle

Mixed media on paper mounted on canvas

200 x 150 cm I 78 x 59 inches

Available

 

BIOGRAPHIE

 

| Philippe PASQUA |

Born in Grasse in 1965, Philippe Pasqua is a self-taught artist-painter who escapes traditional institutions and circuits. He was inspired by Francis Bacon and Lucian Freud and gradually established himself as one of the major artists of his generation. His art impresses, jostles and fascinates. His first exhibition took place in 1990 at the Espace Confluence in Paris. He organizes numerous personal exhibitions, takes part in various events all over the world (Singapore, Hong Kong, Moscow, London, Taiwan…).

“It is indeed in the body, in the flesh, that the history of men is ultimately written, and perhaps even the history of art,” explains Jean Rustin, of his painting. Thus, it gives us a track that can be useful to understand the work of Philippe Pasqua.

His paints

Voodoo and fetishes marked the start of his career. These now make way for portraits, nudes and vanities. He is interested in the art of portraiture (faces, naked bodies) without turning away from reality thanks to the expressive force of color. He goes beyond physical representation, he seeks emotion in the individual through different subjects all as harsh as each other: prostitutes, transsexuals, Down’s syndrome, blind … without wanting to shock. He thus paints these themes on large formats (2 to 5 meters). The monumental is closely linked to the vulnerability of these faces and bodies which bear the seal of exclusion, in a society disturbed by difference. Each painting is the result of a struggle, of a tension between what is “showable” and “tolerated” and what is socially repressed and obscured. The artist becomes an anatomist of the human soul. Thus, through the choice of themes and also the play of colors and serifs, his paintings give off an intense and explosive emotional power that cannot be left indifferent.

 

MALINOWSKI

Malinowski - Vénitienne

Vénitienne

Acrylic on canvas

120 x 120 cm I 47 x 47 inches

Available

Malinowski - Pudeur

Pudeur

Acrylic on canvas

140 x 140 cm I 55 x 55 inches

Available

Malinowski - Eveil

Source

Acrylic on canvas

120 x 120 cm I 47 x 47 inches

Available

Malinowski - Porteuse de Paix

Porteuse de Paix

Acrylic on canvas

140 x 140 cm I 55 x 55 inches

Available

Malinowski - Voile

Voile

Acrylic on canvas

120 x 120 cm I 47 x 47 inches

Available

Malinowski - Eveil

Orifice

Acrylic on canvas

80 x 80 cm I 31 x 31 inches

Available

 

BIOGRAPHIE

 

| MALINOWSKI |

Andrzej Malinowski is a French painter of Polish origin. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. He has lived in France for over 40 years, working as an illustrator, artistic director, poster artist and plastic sculptor. One of his most famous posters is the Grand Bleu by Luc Besson. For over a decade he has devoted himself to easel painting. Malinowski’s works are part of collections around the world. For the past year, he has been represented exclusively by Galeries Marciano.

His paintings enrich the landscape of contemporary creation with a very particular and relevant note. They are remarkable for their originality, their demand for perfect execution and their poetry. He dares to play the notes of modesty, intimacy and secrecy. He persists with mastery in his return to eternal cultural and spiritual references. The characters in his paintings emerging from white, red and blue transparencies, captivate us with their looks and gestures.

 

Malinowski - Eveil

Lectrice

Acrylic on canvas

39 x 39 inches

Available

Malinowski - Eveil

Eveil

Acrylic on canvas

140 x 140 cm I 55 x 55 inches

Available

Malinowski - Eclore

Eclore

Acrylic on canvas

140 x 140 cm I 55 x 55 inches

Available

Malinowski - Colibri

Colibri

Acrylic on canvas

140 x 140 cm I 55 x 55 inches

Available