BOCCARA ART

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About

BOCCARA ART is a fine art dealer and advisor, established in 2007. Based in Monte-Carlo, with representative office in New York.

Features historically important and emerging artists, seeing discovery and support of young talents as one of its goals. Works with private collections, provides consulting services for acquisition of works of art.

SENANTES - Monique Frydman

Monique Frydman SENANTES

Violet III - Monique Frydman

Monique Frydman Violet III

Un Sommeil sans ombre -  Christian Lapie

Christian Lapie Un Sommeil sans ombre

Lillie IX - Manolo Valdes

Manolo Valdes Lillie IX

Cubo con Cubo - Gianfranco Meggiato

Gianfranco Meggiato Cubo con Cubo
79 x 48 x 48 in
Bronze
2016

Exhibiting Artists

  • Sarah Bachrodt  (+)

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  • Jim Dine  (+)

  • Franta

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  • Monique Frydman  (+)

    Biography : Monique Freedman /1943, Nantes, France/ is famous French Museum and political woman Artist. Represented by BOCCARA ART. Today Monique lives and works in Paris. She studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Toulouse and the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Monique Frydman has taken the expression of light and color beyond the framework of painting defined in a narrow sense. In recent years, she has produced large installations and undertaken commissioned works that are unified with architecture. Her work has been acquired by the Centre Georges Pompidou (Musee National d'Art Moderne in Paris), the 21St Century Museum of contemporary art, Kanazawa (Japan) and other major public collections. Frydman has earned a solid reputation through solo exhibitions at many venues, including the Solo exhibition at the Musée Matisse in Le Cateau-Cambresis (France), La Verrière, The Hermès Foundation in Belgium, Passage de Retz in France, «elles» Centre Pompidou at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, "No Man's Land" in the old building of the French Embassy in Japan prior to demolition between 2009 and 2010, solo exhibition at the 21st Centure Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japon. The one woman exhibition "Monique Frydman" was held in the "Salon carré" in the Louvres museum in Paris and her solo exhibition at Parasol Unit Foundation London in 2017.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Monique Frydman - SENANTES SENANTES
    • Monique Frydman - Violet III Violet III

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  • Robert Indiana  (+)

  • Christian Lapie  (+)

    Biography : Born in Reims, Champagne, France. Studied at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Reims (1972-77) and Ecole National Superieure des Beaux Arts in Paris (1977-79). Initially a painter, he worked with chalk, oxides, ash on rough canvas tarpaulins mounted on rudimentary stretchers, transforming their window motif into a cross. This form then developed into a bas-relief and Lapie's materials evolved: sheet metal, cement and charred wood for In Case of War (1992, Champagne-Ardenne); cement, paint and concrete reinforcement bars for War Game, a public commission that was censored in 1995. From the patent brutality of this experience – and following a creative visit to the Amazon Forest – Lapie moved on directly to producing monumental sculptures, shaping figures in rough-hewn, fire-blackened timber. Some were created in the Champagne region, which witnessed bloody fighting during World War I, and were erected in various locations around the world: - Fort 61 in the Sculpture Park at Echigo Tsumari, Japan; - The Salomon Foundation, Alex, France; - The Musee des Beaux Arts de Reims, France; - The Crow's Nest, Southern Alberta, Canada; - The stone figures of In Path of the Sun and the Moon at Jaipur, India; - Le pupitre des Etoiles in cast-iron in the Parc de Sceaux near Paris; - And a quantity of works in priate collections in Europe and United States. Christian Lapie's ouevre probes individual and collective memory. Specific history-charged sites inspire his installations of spectral figures. Wherever they stand, whatever the continent, the powerful and monumental figures without arms or facial features question and unsettle. As the critic Philippe Piguet underlines, «The duty to remeber to which they allude is a civic, quite simple human, duty.»

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    •  Christian Lapie - Un Sommeil sans ombre Un Sommeil sans ombre

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  • Roy Lichtenstein  (+)

  • Gianfranco Meggiato  (+)

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    • Gianfranco Meggiato - Cubo con Cubo Cubo con Cubo

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  • Benjamin Shine

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  • Manolo Valdes  (+)

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    • Manolo Valdes - Lillie IX Lillie IX

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  • Andy Warhol  (+)

Other Represented Artists