This is the seventh exhibition that the Galerie Zlotowski has devoted to the visual art of Le Corbusier, the leading artist in our hangings both on the rue de Seine and at fairs. The Gallery has published seven catalogs, lent to institutional exhibitions (in Paris but also in Hong Kong, Venice or Tokyo). It has also often contributed to exhibitions in galleries in Europe and even in Japan, establishing long term friendly links with many gallerists from the old continent. We are therefore pleased to continue this long-term exploration by exhibiting nearly 35 works on paper by Le Corbusier. This new exhibition is a look back at twenty years of research and discovery. It covers the entire spectrum of the architect's visual art - from the late 1910s through the 1960s - and is intended to be as comprehensive as possible in terms of the artist's recurring themes. The pieces in the Gallery are complemented by loans from the Fondation Le Corbusier, which shed remarkable light on the aesthetic choices and approaches behind the major themes of Le Corbusier's visual art.
Created in 1998, Galerie Zlotowski has been dedicated to modern art and avant-gardes of the early XXth century since its opening. We furthermore developed an increasing interest towards more recent artists of the second half of the century. The gallery has become an international reference while taking part in the rediscovery of the pictorial work of Le Corbusier and organized many exhibitions dedicated to this multi-faced artist.
We frequently organize exhibitions with catalogues dedicated to artists such as Ozenfant, Schwitters, Hantaï, Dubuffet, Torres-García, Stéphane Mandelbaum, Morellet, Valmier, Sonia Delaunay, Sheila Hicks ...
Willi Baumeister • Ella Bergmann-Michel • Pierrette Bloch • Sonia Delaunay • Jean Dubuffet • Albert Gleizes • Simon Hantaï • Hans Hartung • Auguste Herbin • Sheila Hicks • Le Corbusier • Sol LeWitt • Stéphane Mandelbaum • Eugene James Martin • Robert Michel • Vera Molnár • François Morellet • Robert Motherwell • Georges Noël • Amédée Ozenfant • Serge Poliakoff • Kurt Schwitters • Antoni Tàpies • Joaquín Torres García • Georges Valmier • Victor Vasarely • Maria Helena Vieira da Silva