Each year, Paris Gallery Weekend is always a very festive event so we are willing to be part of it. Specializes in post-war European painting, the gallery will be pleased to feature a selection of historical and iconic paintings from abstraction of the 50’s.
Our exhibition will be exploring the personal language of these painters who worked during that intense decade :Hans Hartung, Georges Mathieu and Pierre Soulages, created the gestural langage, typical of the lyrical abstraction; Chu Teh Chun or Jean Fautrier developed a “lyrical landscapism” and others, such as Victor Vasarely, defended definitely the geometrical abstraction. We will arrange a confrontation between these different aesthetic choices.
Established in 1992 and located in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the Pascal Lansberg gallery represents the main artistic currents of the first half of theXXth Century, abstraction of the 50’s, Pop’Art and its European side, the new Realism.
The gallery knew a substantial progression since its creation thanks to its participations in art fairs and its important exhibitions devoted to Pierre Soulages, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Manolo Valdés, Tom Wesselmann, Victor Vasarely and Hans Hartung.
Member of the Professional Committee of Art Galleries, our gallery has established a high professional level of trust among the most exacting international collectors also used to be lending artworks to French and international museums.
Chu Teh-Chun • Jean Dubuffet • Jean Fautrier • Hans Hartung • Yves Klein • Serge Poliakoff • Pierre Soulages • Martial Raysse • Victor Vasarely • Andy Warhol • Tom Wesselmann • Zao Wou-Ki