View the exhibitions of Paris Gallery Weekend in 3D with Artland :
Natalie Seroussi is pleased to invite you to a painting session and a film exhibition. Working his paintings like a director, Martial Raysse shows that artists are image creators before they are painters. John Baldessari draws on the image bank of the film industry to create striking short stories. Bill Viola rediscovers the grace of painting with the means of video. Preview on 17 may 2019 / Last Session on 31 july 2019.
John Baldessari 1931, USA
Gordon Matta-Clark 1943 - 1978, USA
Paul Pfeiffer 1966, USA
Martial Raysse 1936, France
Mario Schifano 1934, Lybia - 1998, Italia
Bill Viola 1951, USA
Natalie Seroussi is a Paris-based art dealer and collector. She opened her gallery in 1983 in the heart of Saint Germain des Prés. Natalie contributed to established dialogues between Dadaism, Surrealism, Pop Art, Arte Povera and the Nouveaux Réalistes. Over the years, the gallery exhibitions have included works by Jean Arp, Alexander Calder, Salvator Dalí, Lucio Fontana, Yves Klein, Francis Picabia, and Martial Raysse. Recently, the gallery has developed a more experimental program of poetry and painting, and represents the estates of Bernad Heidsieck and Gil Joseph Wolman. With a career spanning 40 years, Natalie has built a reputation for selecting artworks not only for their aesthetic qualities, but also for their rarity and ability to stand the test of time.
Jean Arp / John Baldessari / Alberto Burri Alexander Calder / Sergio Camargo / Enrico Castellani / Lygia Clark / Salvador Dali / Oscar Dominguez / Jean Dubuffet / Max Ernst / Lucio Fontana / Raymond Hains / Bernard Heidsieck / Hannah Hoch / Alain Jacquet / Yves Klein / Jannis Kounellis / Man Ray / André Masson Roberto Matta / Gordon Matta-Clark /Manolo Millares / François Morellet / Francis Picabia / Martial Raysse / Niki de Saint Phalle / Antonio Saura / Mario Schifano / Kurt Schwitters / Turi Simeti / Vassilakis Takis / Jean Tinguely Antoni Tàpies / Bill Viola / Gil Joseph Wolman / Wols / Christopher Wool / Zao Wou-Ki