Art Miami, 2015

Adolph Gottlieb, George Condo, and Alexander Calder

Booth No. C12

December 1 – 6, 2015

Adolph Gottlieb

Saturnalia, 1962

oil on canvas

72 x 90 in.

182.9 x 228.6 cm

Jean Dubuffet

Site aléatoire avec 2 personnages, 1982
Acrylic on canvas-backed paper
26-1/2 x 39-1/2 in. 

67.3 x 100.3 cm

Gilbert & George

Sex & Money (A London picture), 2011

Mixed media

29.1 x 24.3 in. (73.9 x 61.7 cm.)

Each sheet: 29 x 24 1/3 in

Overall: 89 x 74 13/16 in

Jean-Michel Basquiat

Untitled (Swinging Diamonds), 1987

Crayon, pencil, oil-stick on paper

30 x 22 ¼ inches

Alexander Calder

Circus, 1974

Gouache on paper

29 ¼ x 43 ¼ inches

73.66 x 109.22 cm

Joan Mitchell

Untitled (Love Come Back), circa 1977

Pastel on paper

12 ½ x 9 ½

31.8 x 24.1 cm.

Agnes Martin

Untitled, Painted circa late 1990s.

acrylic and graphite on belgian linen

12 x 12 in.

30.5 x 30.5 cm.

Press Release

Antoine Helwaser Gallery is pleased to be returning to Art Miami, 2015, at Booth C12. The gallery will be presenting works from the twentieth century by master American and European painters.

The presentation will center around a large-scale work, Saturnalia, by Abstract Expressionist Adolph Gottlieb. The work was painted in 1962, and features much of the imagery that Gottlieb is known for. With a black circle outlined in pink at the top of his picture, flanked by a deep red burst speckled with black, the work evokes Gottlieb’s association of spiritual principles with painting.

The work will be accompanied by others from major Abstract painters such as Jean Dubuffet, Joan Mitchell, and Alexander Calder. Such works include Alexander Calder’s Circus (1974), a painting that references his continued fascination with the circus. A drawing on paper by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Untitled (Swinging Diamonds) will also be on show. The booth will show, in total, twelve works by such seminal twentieth century painters.

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