Gabor Ôsz’ latest works study Spomeniks, monuments commissioned by Tito to be built on the war sites of the partisan movement in former Yugoslavia. The series entitled Spomen (remembrance) explores the relationships between the image and the geometric forms, and between abstract forms and the concepts they represent (heroism, glory and power).
Galerie Loevenbruck opened in 2001 and is located at the heart of the Saint-Germaindes-Prés quarter. In 2010 it moved into a new, historic space where it exhibits mainly contemporary artists, among whom Philippe Mayaux (2006) and Dewar & Gicquel (2012) have won France’s prestigious Prix MarcelDuchamp. The gallery also represents the estates of Gilles Aillaud, Édouard Levé, Michel Parmentier and Alina Szapocznikow. Galerie Loevenbruck actively supports the participation of its artists in exhibitions at major institutions in France (Mnam/Centre Pompidou, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Palais de Tokyo, etc.) and abroad (Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; MoMA, New York; Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid; Tokyo Museum of Contemporary Art).
Virginie Barré / Alain Declercq / Robert Devriendt / Daniel Dewar & Grégory Gicquel / Blaise Drummond / Jean Dupuy / Gaillard & Claude Arnaud Labelle-Rojoux / Lang/Baumann / Philippe Mayaux / Gábor Ösz / Bruno Peinado / Werner Reiterer / Børre Sæthre / Ashley Hans Scheirl Morgane Tschiember / The Estate of Gilles Aillaud / The Estate of Edouard Levé / The Estate of Michel Parmentier / The Estate of Alina Szapocznikow