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Galerie Zlotowski - Paris - France

 
Galerie Zlotowski   
 
20 rue de Seine
75006 Paris - France
Tel. : +33 (0)1 43 26 93 94
Fax : +33 (0)1 43 25 48 50
web : www.galeriezlotowski.fr
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 Since its inception in Paris in 1998, the Galerie Zlotowski has been devoted to the Avant-garde movements of the beginning of the twentieth century, especially cubism and its followers.

The Galerie Zlotowski rapidly became a landmark within the Parisian art market because of its commitment to discovering and displaying good cubist paintings and works on paper, organizing exhibitions of unusual works, and publishing catalogues edited by the best specialists. It then broadened its field into specializing in the painted work of Le Corbusier, hitherto rarely exhibited in France.

Galerie Zlotowski participates regularly in international art fairs : FIAC, Biennale des Antiquaires, Salon du dessin (Paris), The Salon: Art+Design (New York) and counts amongst its clients numerous large museums and institutions : Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris), Fundación Telefónica (Madrid), Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Musée des Beaux Arts (Dijon),Musée Cantini (Marseille) Musée Zervos (Vézelay) and the Fondation Le Corbusier -Paris




Previous exhibitions


Nov 7, 2015 - Dec 19, 2015
Fang Yen-Wen, Untitled, 2014, 40 x 60 cm
Shinra – The Wide World will present a selection of works by Fang Yen Wen, a sensitive observer of Taiwan and its transformation. Highly elaborated arrangement and light contribute to melancholic (more...)



Nov 7, 2015 - Dec 19, 2015
Courtesy Galerie Zlotowski
As luck would have it is the title of the first exhibition of Edwart Vignot’s photography. Along his random walks, the artist sees the reflection of famous works of art that have fed his imagination. (more...)



Apr 24, 2015 - Jul 25, 2015
LE CORBUSIER(1887 – 1965)

Deux Femmes nues à la plage, étendues sur une serviette bleue
Vers 1938
Collage de papier peint Salubra et encre de Chine sur papier
20,2 x 31,2 cm
©FLC/Adagp, Pari