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流动的时间之二 铜 1979
爱的迸发-独角兽 铜 1977
Testa femminile 女性头部速写38.5x25.5cm铅笔 中国墨水 油彩1914-1915
Ritratto di Mario Buggrlli 马里奥肖像 33x24cm 铅笔 1907
Cariatide女性雕塑 49x32cm 1913-1915
Autoritratto 版画36 X 50cm 1973
天空酒店 传统石版画 40X56cm Raymond Peynet
多维尔 传统石版画 40X56cm Dilley Ramon
For our upcoming exhibition Je Fine Art Space presents The Museum Collection, a selection of works from the world’s top collections. Modligliani, Dali, Warhol, Picasso, Peynet, Van Gogh, & Schiele. The legacy of these world-renowned artists often reaches the corners of the globe but it is rare that the works themselves reach beyond the limits of their countries of origin. Through collaboration with organisations such as the Van Gogh Museum & the Warhol Foundation, Je Fine Art Space strives to bring some of the world’s best-known artists to Shanghai. Offering a unique experience for many to see the masters’ works first hand. Je will exhibit a collection of some of Dali’s most famous bronze Sculptures, a series of high quality lithographs of Modigliani as well as high quality canvas prints certified by the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.
Giving Shanghai an opportunity to witness some of the world’s most famous works is part of Je Fine Art Space’s ongoing commitment to introduce the Chinese audience to the world of art. Scattered across time these artists are consolidated in Shanghai. Bringing together a unique cross-section of art history where not only the artwork, but the artist’s personality, endures. Living fairly dangerously each artist showed a penchant for a somewhat hedonistic lifestyle. Despite living in separate eras each artist was an innovator of their time & contributed significantly to art history. Without the impressionist’s emphasis of the everyday Van Gogh would not go on to paint his bedroom and without Van Gogh’s intense complimentary colours, pop art may not have emerged & with it, Andy Warhol. By combining these greats in the heart of Shanghai we aim to emphasise the similarity, not differences of these historic artists.
Suspended from the academy for inciting riots and eventually being expelled for claiming no professor was adequate to examine his artwork. Salvador Dali was quite a character. Recognising his talent from a young age, Dali’s parents sent him to art school in Madrid at age 12 and at age 15 he held his first public exhibition. Inspired by the works of Picasso, Joan Miro & Rene Magritte, Dali first experimented with impressionism & cubism before producing his first surrealist works in 1929. Dali’s paintings explore three focal themes 1) man's universe and sensations, 2) sexual symbolism and 3) ideographic imagery. Dali’s most recognisable work the The Persistence of Memory is now part of the Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection.
Amedeo Modigliani is known for having revolutionised the nude & the portrait. By sketching sitter’s inner selves rather than their outer appearance and rendering them in his unique ‘Modiglianised’ manner. His works gained some notoriety for suggesting the naked rather than the nude as his works literally stripped the models of any mythological connotation. The quintessential artist, Modigliani is as well remembered for his hedonistic lifestyle as he was for his art.
Egon Schiele is considered one of the most notable Austrian expressionists. Known for shirking traditional standards of beauty throughout his paintings in favour of blunt sexuality and distorted figures, his work sadly evaded commercial success until almost the end of his life. Notorious for his debauched lifestyle Schiele passed away from influenza at the tender age of 28.
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