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LA MARATHONIENNE - Philippe HIQUILY

Philippe HIQUILY LA MARATHONIENNE

HITCH - Isabell BEYEL

Isabell BEYEL HITCH

Dario PEREZ FLORES-DYNAMIQUE CHROMATIQUE 568 - Dario Perez Flores

Dario Perez Flores Dario PEREZ FLORES-DYNAMIQUE CHROMATIQUE 568

DARIO PEREZ-FLORES-DYNAMIQUE CHROMATIQUE  - Dario Perez Flores

Dario Perez Flores DARIO PEREZ-FLORES-DYNAMIQUE CHROMATIQUE

MAQUETTE DE LA SPHÈRE LUTETIA - Jesus Rafael SOTO

Jesus Rafael SOTO MAQUETTE DE LA SPHÈRE LUTETIA

Geometric Illusion 9 - Yves  ULLENS

Yves ULLENS Geometric Illusion 9

Geometric Illusion 14 - Yves  ULLENS

Yves ULLENS Geometric Illusion 14

Marino di Teana - structure dynamique “expansion” 1963 - Francesco Marino Di Teana

Francesco Marino Di Teana Marino di Teana - structure dynamique “expansion” 1963

EPICURIENNE 2010 - Philippe HIQUILY

Philippe HIQUILY EPICURIENNE 2010

The Japanese Bride. Self-portrait, 2003 - Kimiko YOSHIDA

Kimiko YOSHIDA The Japanese Bride. Self-portrait, 2003

Exhibiting Artists

  • Antonio ASIS  (+)

    Biography : Antonio Asis began studying art at the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes when he was 14. Subsequently, at the Escuela de Bellas Artes Prilidiano Pueyrredón, he studied composition with Héctor Cartier, who encouraged the young artist to explore the many diverse applications of the principles of design and composition. The class was influential for Asis, as were the after-class conversations with his classmates, which continued at the Bar Splendid, a local café at the intersection of Ayacucho and la Avenida Las Heras in Buenos Aires. Throughout the 1940s, Asis explored abstraction and non-representational art; with the publication of Arturo magazine in 1944, and the creation of the Asociación Arte Concreto-Invención, Buenos Aires was an important site for the development of post-war abstraction. In the spring of 1956, Asis moved to Paris, like many of his colleagues and friends, where he quickly became part of an international circuit of kinetic artists; among others, he befriended Yaacob Agam, Nicolas Schöffer, Jesús-Rafael Soto, Jean Tinguely, and Victor Vasarely. Surrounded by this dynamic milieu, he began a series of work in which he considered how the phenomena of light could be mediated through photography. Shortly afterward, he began to study vibrations between colors and the many possibilities within monochromatic compositions. Like many of his rioplatense colleagues, Asis was deeply influenced by the ideas of Max Bill and Georges Vantongerloo, important artists and theorists of European abstraction. In 1971, Asis co-founded an artist group, Position, which included Carlos Agüero, Armando Durante, Hugo Demarco, and Horacio García Rossi, all Argentine artists living in Paris, and all interested in movement and the vibrations of light. Antonio Asis lives and works in Paris, France.

    Exhibition : SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
    Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation (CIFO), Miami, FL, USA
    Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
    Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Latinoamericano (MACLA), La Plata, Argentina
    Museo de Arte Moderno Jesús Soto, Ciudad Bolívar, Venezuela
    Museo de la Solidaridad Salvador Allende (MSSA), Santiago, Chile
    Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, Spain
    Museo Nacional de Nicaragua, Managua, Nicaragua
    Museo Nacional Tres de Febrero (MUNTREF), Buenos Aires, Argentina
    The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH), TX, USA

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  • BASTIANI

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  • Michelangelo BASTIANI

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  • Isabell BEYEL  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Isabell BEYEL - HITCH HITCH

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  • Francesco Marino Di Teana  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Francesco Marino Di Teana - Marino di Teana - structure dynamique “expansion” 1963 Marino di Teana - structure dynamique “expansion” 1963

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  • Philippe HIQUILY  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Philippe HIQUILY - LA MARATHONIENNE LA MARATHONIENNE
    • Philippe HIQUILY - EPICURIENNE 2010 EPICURIENNE 2010

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  • Dario Perez Flores  (+)

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    Artist's Objects:

    • Dario Perez Flores - Dario PEREZ FLORES-DYNAMIQUE CHROMATIQUE 568 Dario PEREZ FLORES-DYNAMIQUE CHROMATIQUE 568
    • Dario Perez Flores - DARIO PEREZ-FLORES-DYNAMIQUE CHROMATIQUE DARIO PEREZ-FLORES-DYNAMIQUE CHROMATIQUE

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  • Daniel SAMPER

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  • Son Seock

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  • Shawn Smith

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  • Jesus Rafael SOTO  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Jesus Rafael SOTO - MAQUETTE DE LA SPHÈRE LUTETIA MAQUETTE DE LA SPHÈRE LUTETIA

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  • Wolfgang Stiller

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  • Yves ULLENS  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Yves  ULLENS - Geometric Illusion 9 Geometric Illusion 9
    • Yves  ULLENS - Geometric Illusion 14 Geometric Illusion 14

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  • Kimiko YOSHIDA  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Kimiko YOSHIDA - The Japanese Bride. Self-portrait, 2003 The Japanese Bride. Self-portrait, 2003

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Other Represented Artists