Mark Borghi Fine Art

440 South County Rd

FL 33480 Palm Beach

United States

Phone : (561) 328.9504

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2426 Main Street

NY 11932 Bridgehampton

United States

Phone : (631) 537.7245

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52 East 76th Street

New York 10021 New York City

United States

Phone : (212) 439.6425

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About

Mark Borghi Fine Art was founded in 1998 in New York. In 2004 the gallery opened a second space in Bridgehampton serving as a summer outpost exhibiting the same program as New York. The gallery program has mounted exhibitions of contemporary art featuring the work of Richard Prince, Jean Michel Basquiat and Christopher Wool as well as exhibitions dedicated to the history of The New York School, Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art showing the earlier work of Hans Hofmann, Roy Lichtenstein and Willem de Kooning. In 2011, a third gallery opened in Palm Beach at 255 Worth Avenue with the inaugural exhibition: “Larry Poons Recent Works” During its first five years, the Worth Avenue space, has presented work by Yves Klein, Andy Warhol, Joan Mitchell and Jackson Pollock.

Michael - Alex Katz

Alex Katz Michael
The provenance and exhibition history has been confirmed by the Katz studio.

Shell - Max Ernst

Max Ernst Shell
Signed lower right ‘Max Ernst’; signed and dedicated ‘max ernst’ “al mio amigo Egidio” verso.
Certificate of authenticity by Dr. Jürgen Pech on 20 September 2015.

Werner Spies, Sigrid and Günter Metken, Jürgen Pech. Max Ernst, Oeuvre-Katalog, vol. VII: Works 1964 - 1996, Cologne 2007, p. 115, no. 407 (illustrated).

5-Hydroxyuridine - Damien Hirst

Damien Hirst 5-Hydroxyuridine
Signed, dated and titled verso.

Jason Beard and Millicent Wilner. Damien Hirs: The Complete Spot Paintings, 1986-2011 (London 2011), no. 700 (illustrated in color).

Wedge Series #IV - Ed Moses

Ed Moses Wedge Series #IV
Created in 1972, Wedge Series #IV exemplifies Moses’ signature diagonal grids of the 1970s and beyond, demonstrating the artist’s inventive experiments with mediums and process. (Figure 1) In the early 1970s, Moses started exploring how to make a solid and substantial work out of ethereal materials. His early-developed laborious process of using resin came in handy, as it enabled him to make paintings out of drafting tissue, acrylic paint, and rhoplex. Choosing a translucent parchment instead of canvas or board, here Moses develops his surfaces layer by layer. As various mediums are layered upon precise grid lines, made by color pencil, colors and lines interweave and result in a subtle yet energetic field allowing the audience to experience both fragility and tension in the work.

Untitled - John Chamberlain

John Chamberlain Untitled
Untitled (1983) was created after Chamberlain moved to Sarasota, Florida, where his warehouse studio enabled him to work on grander scale. This sculpture reflects his subsequent production of more compact configurations often aligned on vertical axis. Linear patterns are intricately cut, painted and assembled to make this Untitled. Viewing from its back, one would see that Chamberlain never shied away from exposing the “skeleton” of his metal work, giving the viewer a visual shock of the hidden tension and force behind it’s elegant yet expressive appearance.

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