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!

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  Continue Reading »

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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  Continue Reading »

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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: View 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  Continue Reading »

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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  Continue Reading »

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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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Kadar Exhibition

Bela Kadar Selection from an American Private Collection Stephan and Imre Deak From February the 2nd to March the 3rd 2012 Virag Judit Gallery – Budapest Opening Thurday 2nd February, 5pm Gilden’s Arts Gallery is honoured to invite you to the opening of this exciting exhibition held with the cooperation of the Judit Virag Gallery  Continue Reading »

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CHARITY AUCTION

12 February 2013 We are very proud to have participated for the second time in the charity auction organised by CFAB at the French ambassador premises. 8 February 2012 We were delighted to take part to the charity auction in organised by CFAB at the Swiss ambassador premises, Princess Alexandra being the special guest of  Continue Reading »

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MARC CHAGALL EXHIBITION 2012

MARC CHAGALL 1887-1985 The Clock / L’Horloge, 1975 Original Prints by Marc Chagall were on show in Hampstead in 2012! Please click on the click below if you missed it! BROWSE CATALOGUE

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PABLO PICASSO AND JOAN MIRO 2012

Spanish Pioneers of Modern Printmaking    From left to right 1. PABLO PICASSO 1881-1973 Two Children Playing and a Woman Lying, 1953/1961 2. JOAN MIRO 1893-1983 The Land of Great Fire / Terres de Grand Feu, 1960 View Exhibition Catalogue

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BACON AND MOORE EXHIBITION 2011

Two Visions of the Human Body Gilden’s Arts Gallery is delighted to present a selection of works by two Major British Masters of the 20th Century: Francis Bacon (1909-1992) and Henry Moore (1898-1986) who expressed their vision on the Human Body in various printmaking techniques such as etchings and lithography. Download Catalogue

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MOORE AND GILDOR EXHIBITION 2011

From left to right 1. HENRY MOORE 1898-1986 Mother and Child on Dark Background, 1976 2. JACOB GILDOR b. 1948 Nude II, 1996 A selection of proofs by Henry Moore and selection of fine etchings and aquatints by Jacob Gildor we showed in 2011. Please click on the links below to see the catalogues. Browse  Continue Reading »

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THREE SPANISH MASTERS 2011

From left to right: 1. JOAN MIRO 1893-1983 L’Oiseau Fusée, 1952 2. PABLO PICASSO 1881-1973 Flowers in a Vase / Fleurs dans un Vase, 1950 Gilden’s Arts Gallery presents a wide selection of works by three major Spanish Masters of the 20th Century: Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró and Salvador Dalí. If you missed the exhibition  Continue Reading »

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THIRTY WORKS FOR THIRTY YEARS

From left to right 1. MARC CHAGALL 1887-1985 La Place de la Concorde, 1963 2. PABLO PICASSO 1881-1973 Four Nude Women and a Sculpted Head (Vollard Suite pl. 82), 1934 We were very glad to announce that our 2012 summer exhibition “Thirty Works for Thirty Years” showing 30 exceptional works on paper from our main  Continue Reading »

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