Art Basel 2018

Art Basel 2018

The Helly Nahmad Gallery is exhibiting at Art Basel, 2018.

We are at Hall 2.0 Stand H5.

We have chosen to display a wide array of works in order to encompass the movement and development of 20th Century Art. 

Mnemosyne: de Chirico and Antiquity

Mnemosyne: de Chirico and Antiquity

Mnemosyne: de Chirico and Antiquity will reveal the aesthetic impact Classicism had on twentieth century Modernism, exemplified in a body of work done by the Greek-born, Italian master Giorgio de Chirico. Known mostly for his metaphysical period, the exhibition focuses on his often-misunderstood series of Neo-classical paintings done after a stylistic shift in 1919. The paintings exhibited incorporate the major themes of his 1920's work: deserted valleys dotted with classical ruins, figurative works of philosophers and Greek gods, scenes with gladiators clad in armor and heroic horses in windswept landscapes. Illustrating his inspiration, these historic paintings are exhibited alongside a carefully curated selection of precious objects from antiquity, including outstanding Greek and Roman marbles, mosaics, bronze armor and Greek vases. 

The Wounded Canvas

The Wounded Canvas

Burri Fontana Manzoni Tàpies

In the aftermath of WWII, Europe was an open wound. In the attempt to rebuild, artists rejected traditional thought that had dominated prewar culture and embraced the scientific revolution through new, experimental approaches. Mirroring the duality of the Atomic Age, the canvas became the place to process the horrors of the war, but also the site to break ground for a new aesthetic that later revolutionized artists’ practice worldwide. Alberto Burri, Lucio Fontana, Piero Manzoni and Antoni Tapies are true artistic visionaries who broke with tradition by physically violating the canvas, elevating industrial materials to fine art and ultimately reinventing painting for the next generation of artists to come.  

Le Chant de La Grenouille

Le Chant de La Grenouille

The Surrealists in Conversation

Calder

Calder

The Painter

Published to accompany the the exhibition Calder: The Painter held at the Helly Nahmad Gallery, New York, November 7 – January 29, 2011.
Edited by Marzina Marzetti. With the assistance of Christina Warner, Silas Shabelewska and Samuel McCune. Alexander S.C. Rower and Susan Braeuer Dam from the Calder Foundation were essential in the realization of this Exhibition.

Soutine/Bacon

Soutine/Bacon

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Soutine/Bacon held at the Helly Nahmad Gallery, New York, May 2 –
June 18, 2011. Curated by Maurice Tuchman and Esti Dunow. Edited by Marzina Marzetti. With the help of Christina Warner, Silas Shabelewska and Samuel McCune. Texts by Maurice Tuchman, Esti Dunow and
Martin Hammer.

Picasso's Bodegones

Picasso's Bodegones

The catalogue was published on the occasion of the exhibtion Picasso's Bodegones. Held at the Helly Nahmad Gallery, New York May 6 – July 31, 2008. Curated and edited by Marzina Marzetti. With the help of Christina Warner and Joseph Andrew Ryan. Text by Dr. Francisco Calvo Serraller, Professor Chair of Art History, Universidad Complutense, Madrid.

Max Ernst

Max Ernst

Amedeo Modigliani

Amedeo Modigliani

A Bohemian Myth

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Amodeo Modigliani: A Bohemian Myth held at the Helly Nahmad Gallery, New York, November 4 – December 22, 2005. Catalogue edited by Marzina Marzetti. Text by Corrado Augias. Translated by Sebastian O'Meara. Biography by Christian Parisot.

The Helly Nahmad Gallery would like to thank Archives Légales Amedeo Modigliani in Paris for their generous help in putting together the historical documents for our catalogue.

Fernand Léger

Fernand Léger

This catalogue was published on the occasion of the exhibition Fernand Léger held at the Helly Nahmad Gallery, New York, February 22 – May 28, 2005. Text by Philip Biss.

The Helly Nahmad Gallery would like to thank the Collection of
Samuel and Ronnie Heyman and the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland (Ohio), for lending us their masterpieces.

Wassily Kandinsky

Wassily Kandinsky

Sounds of Colours