Waltman Ortega Fine Art

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FL 33127 Miami

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58 Gloucester Road

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About

Founded in Paris, Waltman Ortega Fine Art is a contemporary art gallery with locations in the Wynwood Arts District in Miami, FL; Saint-Germain-Des-Prés in Paris, France, and, Kensington, London, England. We represent emerging and established international artists specializing in painting, sculpture, photography, installation and design .

Diapason (Sonic II), 2018 - Stevens Dossou-Yovo

Stevens Dossou-Yovo Diapason (Sonic II), 2018

Eclipse III, 2018 - Joe SEGAL

Joe SEGAL Eclipse III, 2018

Soulmates, 2018 - François BARD

François BARD Soulmates, 2018

Mickey (Blue), 2018 -   Jorge Enrique

Jorge Enrique Mickey (Blue), 2018
Mixed media on canvas, 60x60x2 in.

Exhibiting Artists

  • François BARD  (+)

    Biography : Francois Bard was born in Paris in 1959. He lives and works in Bordeaux, France

    Exhibition : Education & Awards

    1977‐1980 Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux‐Arts, Paris
    1988‐1990 Casa Velasquez, Madrid
    1990 First Prize Belmondo Award


    Solo Exhibitions

    2018 Francois Bard at Art Paris

    2017 When the Wolve Was Away | galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris
    Collaboration with Christian Dior Homme 2018 | Paris Fashion Week, Paris, France

    2016 Francois Bard | The Paths of Glory

    2015 François Bard, Ainsi soient-ils | galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris

    2014 Bard, Renonciat, NOART, Enrique, Segal | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL
    Francois Bard | Bertrand Delacroix Gallery, New York

    2013 Figure - Round 2 | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami
    Figure – Volume 1 | Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris

    2012 Si Loin – Galerie Olivier, Waltman, Paris
    Mai - Bertrand Delacroix Gallery, New York

    2011 Scope Miami, Waltman Ortega Fine Art
    Galerie Mazel, Bruxelles
    Biennale d’Issy les Moulineaux ‐ France
    Art London ‐ Galerie Olivier Waltman
    Art Elysé François Bard
    Si Loines ‐ Galerie Olivier Waltman
    Chic Art Fair ‐ Galerie Mazel

    2010 Galerie du fleuve, France
    BDG, New York

    2009 Une saison en forêt , Galerie du Fleuve, Paris
    Art Paris, Galleria Forni

    2008 FORM London, Stephanie Hoppen Gallery
    Art Karlsruhe, Galerie du Fleuve

    2007 Centre d’Art contemporain de Montluçon, France
    Salon de Vitry, France
    Art DC, Washington DC, Galerie du Fleuve
    Biennale de d’Issy les Moulineaux, France
    FORM London, Stephanie Hoppen Gallery

    2006 Le Carmel, Tarbes, France Galerie Aida Cherfan, Beyruth
    London Art Fair, Stephanie Hoppen Gallery
    Art Miami, Galerie du Fleuve

    2005 Centre d’Art Contemporain de Montluçon, France
    Galerie du Fleuve, Paris,
    London Art Fair, Stephanie Hoppen Gallery Foundation Coprim, Paris
    Biennale d’Issy les Moulineaux, France
    St’Art, Strasbourg, Galerie du Fleuve

    2004 St’ Art, Strasbourg, Galerie du Fleuve
    Le Carmel, Tarbes, France
    Art London, Stephanie Hoppen Gallery
    Galleria Forni, Bologna
    Stephany H

    Detailed Description : French artist François Bard’s oeuvre is often described as “epic” or “monumental.” Yet he paints the most ordinary of subjects, transforming them into powerful metaphors of human emotion. Hard to define, he is a conceptual experimentalist disguised as a traditionalist. His paintings invariably elicit more questions than answers. Elusive and multi-layered, images of everyday people and places suggest meaning, and hint at the emotional content just beyond our grasp. Recognized as one of the great French figurative painters working today, Bard was born in Lille, France in 1959. He graduated from the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris in 1980, and was selected for a two-year residency at the prestigious Casa Velázquez, Madrid in 1988, before being awarded the Prix Paul Belmondo at Paris’s Salon d’Automne in 1990. From 1990 to 2000, Bard taught as a professor at the Ateliers des Beaux-Arts in Paris, and now divides his time between his Paris studio and his home in Burgundy, southeast of Pris

    Artist's Objects:

    • François BARD - Soulmates, 2018 Soulmates, 2018

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  • Stevens Dossou-Yovo  (+)

    Biography : Stevens Dossou-Yovo was born in Paris in 1969. He graduated from the Penninghen Design School in 1990 where he studied graphic art and interior architecture. He initially started making anthropomorphic sculptures and automata from steel, and though remained true to his medium, he eventually moved on from figural representations to abstract. Since then, he has been exhibited all over Europe, including a solo exhibition at the Musée Saint-Germain in France. This exhibition at Waltman Ortega Fine Art is his first exhibition in the United States.

    Exhibition : Born in 1969 in Paris, France.

    Education

    1990 ESAG Penninghen, Ecole supérieure de design | Graphic design and interior architecture, Pairs


    Solo Exhibitions

    2008 Dispatch, Sculptures 3D | The Smithfield Gallery, London
    2007 Perspectives, Sculptures 3D | The Smssssssithfield Gallery, London
    1996 Mécanismes | Tour de l’Horloge, Avallon, France
    1995 Artothèque | Musée Saint-Germain, Auxerre, France
    Karlskaia 1950 – Dussou Yovo 1995 | Galerie Arnoux, Paris


    Group Exhibitions

    2018 Art Miami | Miami, FL
    Art Wynwood | Miami, FL
    Art Paris, Paris

    2017 Art Miami | Miami, FL
    Art Elysees, Paris, France
    London Art Fair, London, UK
    Art Paris, Paris, France
    Art New York | New York, NY
    Art Wynwood | Miami, FL

    2016 Art Miami | Miami FL
    Art Elysees, Paris
    Art Southampton | Bridgehampton, NY
    Art New York | New York, NY
    Art Wynwood | Miami FL
    Art 16, London

    2015 Meet Met in the Land of Hope and Dreams | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL

    2014 Art Elysees | Paris, France

    2013 Galerie Detais | Paris
    Toog | Ibiza
    Cercle des Nouveaux Artisans | Place Saint-Germain de Prés, Paris
    Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie Paris | Exposition CHAUVET, France

    2012 Cercle des Nouveaux Artisans | Place Vendôme, Paris

    2011 Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie Paris | Océan Climat, France

    2010 Salon d’Art Contemporain | CUTLOG, Paris
    Simple Gallery | Gstaad, Switzerland
    Galerie Xavier Nicolas | Paris

    2009 Simple Gallery | Gstaad, Switzerland

    2008 Simple Gallery | Gstaad, Switzerland
    l’Art béninois | Maison des Arts, Evreux, France
    Cocoa Arts | Coningsby Gallery, London

    2006 Simple Gallery | Gstaad, Switzerland

    2005 London Art Fair | Business Design Center, London
    Rev’arts, Biennale des Arts plastiques | Bezons, France

    2001-02 l’Homme transformé, Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie | Paris

    2000 Homme, nature, technologie – Exposition universelle, Pavillion français | Hanovre, France

    1998 Victoire de la Musique africaine | Hôtel de Crillon,

    Detailed Description : Stevens Dossou-Yovo uses primarily steel and focuses on representations of space through his commanding geometric compositions. The elements joining the structures are well-concealed giving them a weightless appearance and, as a result, counterbalancing the gravity of the metal. Drawing inspiration from the sky and playing with optical illusions, his work communicates limitlessness, questioning the origins and confines of reality. Mathematical and metaphysical, Dossou-Yovo treats the surfaces of the steel in his sculptures in a variety of different ways. He polishes some areas while leaving others raw, alters the color and texture of some areas to play with light, adds depth and tone by applying acid to their surfaces, etc. Together the combination of the textures, finishes and colors (or lack thereof) on Dossou-Yovo's geometric abstractions form what could be compared to three-dimensional pixelated clouds.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Stevens Dossou-Yovo - Diapason (Sonic II), 2018 Diapason (Sonic II), 2018

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  • Jorge Enrique  (+)

    Biography : Jorge Enrique was born in Havana, Cuba, in 1960. His family left Cuba and lived in Madrid, Spain, and then moved to the United State. Enrique studied at the Alfred Glassel School of Art, Houston in 1991, before returning to Miami where he lives and works. With six solo exhibitions at Waltman Ortega, Enrique has shown his works worldwide, including Galerie Olivier Waltman in Paris, France; Galerie D.X. in Bordeaux, France; Art Paris, Paris, France; MUST gallery in Gordes, France; art fairs such as Art Paris, Art 14, Art London, Art Miami, Pulse New York and Pulse Miami, TX Contemporary, Art Chicago, Scope, etc. His works are included in important public and private collections such as The Bernard Magrez Cultural Institute in Bordeaux, France; La Fondation Villa Datris Museum in L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, France; the City of Angers, France; The Schlumberger Collection, San Antonio, TX; the Wargo & French corporate collection, Miami, Atlanta, and Los Angeles; and many others.

    Exhibition : Born in 1960, Havana, Cuba. Lives and works in Miami, FL.

    EDUCATION
    1991, 1992 - The Alfred C. Glassell School of Art, Houston, TX

    SOLO SHOWS

    2017 “GLOW” | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami
    Jorge Enrique “Panorama” | galerie Olivier Waltman
    2016 Jorge Enrique “Borders” | Waltman Ortega Fine Art


    2015 Jorge Enrique | solo presentation at Art Miami Context, Miami, FL
    Jorge Enrique “Metallic” | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL
    Jorge Enrique “Metallica” | galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris
    Jorge Enrique | Galerie D.X., Bordeaux, France

    2014 “Permutations” | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami
    Jorge Enrique “Retrospective” | Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris

    2013 Jorge Enrique “Crossroads” | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami
    Jorge Enrique “Hybrid” | Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris

    2012 Jorge Enrique “Barcode” | Waltman Ortega Fine Art
    “Objects”, galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris
    Francois Bard & Jorge Enrique | Galerie DX, Bordeaux, France

    2011 "Off The Wall", Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami
    "Wynwood" galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris

    2010 “Aftermath”, Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL

    2009 "Urban D-Construction" galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris

    2008 "Numbers" galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris, France

    2007 "Traffic" galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris, France
    Fort East Martello installation project, Sculpture Key West 07
    Jorge Enrique, Charest-Weinberg Gallery, Key West, FL

    2006 "itarget", Swenson Gallery, Miami, FL

    2005 "Nothing Remains Empty", Karen Lynne Gallery, Boca Raton, FL
    "Digimatic" Swenson Gallery, Miami, FL

    2001 Haworth Gallery, Orlando, FL

    1998 “Other Voices”, Virginia Miller Galleries, Coral Gables, FL
    “The Offering”, Koelsch Gallery, Houston, TX

    1996 “Cambios”, Koelsch Gallery, Houston, TX

    1995 “Catch a Fire”, Koelsch-Frietsch Gallery, Houston, TX


    GROUP EXHIBITIONS

    2018 Art Miami | Miami, FL
    Art Wynwood | Miami, FL
    Art Paris, Paris

    2017 Art Miami | M

    Detailed Description : Jorge Enrique’s work deconstructs the urban environment into layered surfaces, whose visible erasing, abrading, scraping and layering creates a complex physicality of decay, re-use, hidden images, and layers of meaning. Further investigating a “radicalized geometry,” Enrique constructs linear, sculptural forms in metal that snake through space with powerful unpredictability. Describing his work as “revved up minimalism,” Enrique is drawn to the intellectual sparseness of abstraction and conceptualism, and uses a wide range of media – drawing, painting, silkscreen, mono prints, and sculpture – to create surfaces that combine the purity of abstraction with the primal exuberance of saturated color, and flashes of metallic reflection.

    Artist's Objects:

    •   Jorge Enrique - Mickey (Blue), 2018 Mickey (Blue), 2018

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  • Joe SEGAL  (+)

    Biography : Joe Segal was born in New York in 1963. After growing up on Long Island he moved to St Augustine, Florida and attended Flagler College where he studied with sculptor EnzoTorcoletti. Segal graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in visual arts then returned to New York to study bronze casting at The Sculpture Center. Segal is one of the most innovative sculptors working in Florida, creating compelling art that typically combil1es wood, manipulated and processed in some way, with steel or aluminum objects. He has been featured in public exhibitions at the Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art ( solo show in 2005, featuring prints and sculpture ), The University of South Florida, The Cummer Museum of Jacksonville, The Atlantic Center for the Arts, and the gallery at Flagler College in St. Augustine. Public collections in which his sculpture can be found include the Bass Museum in Miami, the Lowe Museum in Coral Gables and the Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art. In 2000, Segal was a recipient of Fostering Vitality in the Arts grant from the Jacksonville Community Foundation. In 2001 he received an Individual Artist Fellowship from the State of Florida: both of these were related to his sculpture. In 2003 he was awarded another grant from the Jacksonville Community Foundation and in 2004, an Artistic Enhancement Grant from the State of Florida. These last two were in recognition of Segal's experimentation with printmaking.

    Exhibition : Education

    Flagler College, St. Augustine, FL, Bachelor of Arts - Magna Cum Laude, 1989



    Solo Exhibitions

    2015 Permutations, Florida Mining Gallery, Jacksonville, FL
    2014 Aberration | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, FL
    Recent Works, Karpeles Manuscript Museum, Jacksonville, FL
    2012 Graphic Nature | Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami
    2011 Variations in Subtraction, Allyn Gallup Contemporary Art, Sarasota, FL
    2010 Wood Sculpture, Florida School of the Arts, Palatka, FL
    2009 Shifting Range, The Cultural Center of Ponte Vedra Beach, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
    Counting Lines, Robert Steele Gallery, New York, NY
    2006 Recent Works, Robert Steele Gallery, New York, NY
    2005 Transition: Sculptures and Prints, Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville, FL
    2004 Counting Rings, Nathtan Wilson Center for the Arts F.C.C.J. South Campus, Jacksonville, FL
    2002 Controlled Burn, Florida Department of State, Capitol Exhibition, Tallahassee, FL
    2001 Recent Works, Arts on Douglas Gallery, New Smyrna Beach, FL
    1998 Recent Works, Nancy Moore Fine Arts, New York, NY
    1997 Koger Seven Series, The Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville, FL
    Recent Works, Florida School of the Arts, Palatka, FL
    1996 Intersection, Virginia Miller Gallery, Coral Gables, FL



    Group Exhibitions
    2018 Art Wynwood | Waltman Ortega Fine Art


    2017 Art Wynwood | Waltman Ortega Fine Art
    Art New York

    2016 Art Miami | Waltman Ortega Fine Art
    Art Southampton
    Territories of Beyond – Olukman, Roux-Fontaine, Segal | Waltman Ortega Fine Art

    2015 Context, Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami
    Art Élysées, Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris, France
    OA450 Obelisk Art,Crisp-Ellert Art Museum, St. Augustine, FL
    Juried Alumni Exhibition, Crisp-Ellert Art Museum, St. Augustine, FL
    Art Miami New York, New York, NY

    2014 Art Wynwood, Miami, FL
    Art Miami, Miami, FL

    2013 Pulse Miami, Miami, FL
    TX Contemporary, Houston, TX
    What is Art? Art is Salvaged, Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, Jackso

    Detailed Description : Joe Segal uses mainly reclaimed wood as the foundation to explore themes pertaining to the allusiveness of nature and the passage of time. His latest works introduce a new element to his thought-provoking, minimalist wall sculptures - light. We are exhibiting a recent piece by Segal entitled "Eclipse", a wood wall sculpture with LED lighting.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Joe SEGAL - Eclipse III, 2018 Eclipse III, 2018

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