The Boccara Gallery's Paintings collection presents a variety of works ranging from contemporary art, such as the paintings of Tom Wesselmann, to European masterpieces such as the series of abstract paintings by Clément Rosenthal; the creations of the young French artist Flore Sigrist, and the paintings of the artist Léon Zack.
The Boccara Gallery’s Paintings collection presents a variety of works ranging from contemporary art, such as the sculptures of Tom Wesselmann, to European masterpieces such as the series of abstract paintings by Clément Rosenthal; the creations of the young French artist Flore Sigrist, and the paintings of the artist Léon Zack.
Starting with the textile art collection, Didier Marien’s goal is to create a connection between the various means of artistic expression.
The collection of paintings continues to grow and presents the best of the artistic production of our time.
BORN IN 1941 IN OSAKA, JAPAN. LIVES AND WORKS IN PARIS SINCE 1994
Born in Tokyo (Japan).
Lives and works in Paris.
Master's degree from the University of Fine Arts of Musashino (Tokyo).
Creation and direction of the Atelier de recherche des arts plastiques (Tokyo)
1994 Set up his studio in Paris.
Arnaud is a self-taught artist whose passion for painting developed at a very young age. It was not until he moved from Paris to New York at the age of 25, however, that he began a serious exploration of color, line, figure, and abstraction.
Clément Rosenthal was born in Paris in 1956.
He currently lives in the south of France.
Today the Boccara Gallery presents a remarkable collection of the artist's work, who propagated an epic, poetic, symbolic and humanistic vision of the 20th century through his works and who has become a key figure in the history of tapestry. All tapestries of Jean Lurçat are handmade, and every detail is carefully studied. The Boccara Gallery is pleased to offer a panorama of works by Jean Lurçat, an artist who recently began to be discovered for his undeniable talent and innovative works.
Jean Miotte was born in Paris in 1926. He is one of the "informal" artists of the first hour.
He is often linked to the current of Lyrical Abstraction, a current with which he shares a taste for gesture and calligraphic form.
Leon Zack (1892-1980) was a Russian painter, graphic artist, set designer, sculptor and poet. The artist's work is usually attributed to the Paris School of painting.
Serge Charchoune briefly studied art in Moscow before being drafted into the army in 1910. He deserted and in 1912, he went to Paris where he quickly became interested in the Cubist Movement, studying under Henri Le Fauconnier. During the war, he took refuge in Barcelona where he met the painters Albert Gleizes, Marie Laurencin, and Francis Picabia.
A young international visual artist from France. Born in 1985, Flore Sigrist's talent is brought forward by her sensory hypersensitivity, which gives her a particular understanding of colors and their interaction.