Newsletter no. 31
Friday 20 October 2023
Each week discover the exhibitors of FAB PARIS 2023.
This week, discover a micromosaic painting chosen by Bruno Sugères, an oil on canvas of Maurice Estève exhibited by Applicat-Prazan and a painting of Léonard Defrance offered by Didier Aaron & Cie.
The Gallery Bruno Sugères is located in Clermont-Ferrand. It specialises in the décorative Arts of the XIXth century and displays a particular taste for Opaline.
Applicat-Prazan is a leading international gallery of modern art located in Paris.
Their line is as follows:
– Hyper-specialization which has led the gallery to concentrate uniquely on European Post-war and on the most significant Artists of this period who worked in Paris: Jean Dubuffet, Jean Fautrier, Hans Hartung, Jean Hélion, Asger Jorn, Wifredo Lam, Alberto Magnelli, André Masson, Georges Mathieu, Serge Poliakoff, Jean-Paul Riopelle, Pierre Soulages, Nicolas de Staël, Maria Elena Vieira da Silva, Wols, Zao Wou-Ki, …
– Hyper-selectivity – confining the gallery’s choice of paintings to those we judge to be of the best quality,
– A policy specifically adapted to the private collector who by definition takes a long term view of things, smoothing out the effects of speculation.
Applicat-Prazan participates in Art Genève, Tefaf Maastricht, Art Basel Hong Kong, Tefaf New York Spring, Art Basel, Frieze Masters, Paris+, Fine Arts Paris, and Art Basel Miami Beach.
Didier Aaron & Cie
Founded in 1923 the gallery is in its third generation and is now directed from New York by Hervé Aaron. To enable a closer relationship with its clients, the gallery is also represented at prestigious locations in Paris, directed by Bruno Desmarest, and London. At its three locations the gallery shows important works of art from the 17th-20th centuries.
The gallery counts among its clients some of the greatest museums worldwide and in recent years has sold some significant works of art, including paintings by Titian and Nicolas Lancret.
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