Exhibitions

We hold three to four exhibitions each year in the field of Modern Masters works on paper and original prints. We have an on-going commitment to promote Modern Masters and are delighted to be able to offer free entrance to the public to all our exhibitions. Please join our newsletter if you would like to be invited to our events!

European Avant-garde

A Journey into the European Avant-garde: the influence of Cubism December 2014 – March 2015   View Catalogue

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Arturo Schwarz Collection

Marcel Duchamp, Mirrorical Return August-November 2014 An exhibition dedicated to Arturo Schwarz with a very interesting group of Dada and Surrealistic works. You are welcome to come and view them!   View Catalogue

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Henri Matisse

Modern Master Printmaker April – July 2014   VIEW CATALOGUE

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Jacob Gildor 2014

Jacob Gildor, White Lillies, 1996-1998 March – April 2014   Jacob Gildor and his outstanding works from the 90s until the present years.   VIEW CATALOGUE

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33 – December 2013

33 – The Inaugural exhibition at our new Gallery December 2013 My journey into the art market started in a somewhat unusual way.I was living in Paris studying History of Art in the Sorbonne when my father asked me to help him with a small errand. He asked me if I could go to bid

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Foujita exhibition

November 2013 We were delighted to announce our exhibition of rare drawings by Leonard Tsuguharu Foujita . He was a very mysterious artist. His talent and eccentric ways epitomized the years known as “Les Années Folles” in Paris. Born in Tokyo, Japan in 1886, he was considered a Frenchman by his peers in Paris. A

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Gildor 2013

A very fascinating selection of works by Jacob Gildor showing in our gallery in Tel Aviv from the 11th October to the 1st November 2013:   Catalogue

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MARC CHAGALL: The Colour of Love

MARC CHAGALL 1887-1985 Siren with Pine (from Nice and the Cote d’Azur), 1964 August 2013 “Despite all the troubles of our world, in my heart I have never given up on the love in which I was brought up or on man’s hope in love. In life, just as on the artist’s palette, there is

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MODERN ART IN BLACK AND WHITE

HENRI MATISSE 1869-1954 Young Indian Girl / Jeune Hindoue, 1929 April – June 2013 The exhibition explores the remarkable use of black and white in printmaking. All artists throughout the 20th century investigated the use of black and white not only as a return of the origins of the process but also to develop their

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JOAN MIRO EXHIBITION 2012

The Dog Barking at the Moon / Le Chien Aboyant a la Lune, 1952 July 2012 “The works must be conceived with fire in the soul but executed with clinical coolness” Joan Miro Catalogue Miro Exhibition 2012

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