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ADCGL MAGAZINE #3 november 2018

SUMMARY

Editorial

Montmartre-Montparnasse Gallery

Gutai exhibition

Alfredo Barbini, Lino Taglapietra and Luciano Vistosi

NEW ARRIVALS

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French Art Deco modernist chandelier by Petitot, Paris, ca. 1930 - Chrome and glass

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After a short vacation and a convincing resumption in September, here we are already in November to prepare the end of year celebrations. For that, we are proposing, and we will continue to do, gift ideas. All of course within the framework of the Decorative Arts of the 20th century.

In addition, we announce a great news. The creation of the Montmartre-Montparnasse gallery. This one presents paintings of the 20th century in France. We have gathered some forty works of various trends and movements that constitute our starting offer. However, this offer is expected to grow rapidly. Feel free to send us your comments.

This magazine # 3 is focused on our offer for this end of year and the painting gallery. However, to stay in our editorial line, we present an exhibition currently taking place at the Pierre Soulages museum in Rodez, showing paintings of the Gutai movement. We found this exhibition quite extraordinary and we want you to enjoy it.

Another subject that fascinates us is the modern and contemporary Venetian glassware. A video, which reached the moment we write the 1800 views on youtube shows the masters Alfredo Barbini, Lino Tagliapietra and Luciano Vistosi in full creation. It is an immense privilege that we also offer you to share.

Currently, our time is not enough to offer you more in this issue, but we will do our best to make the next one bigger.

We wish you good reading and thank you for your interest and your loyalty

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1- Alabaster pendant, 1920s. 2- Black panther by Saint-Clement, 1930. 3- Enameled pendant by Loys Lucha, 1925

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MONTMARTRE-MONTPARNASSE GALLERY

It is at the beginning of the 20th century that French painting knows its revolution with the Fauvism which definitively changes the way to apprehend the subject. Shortly after, Cubism will change drastically the way of conceiving it. These two movements, breaking with the past, are nevertheless inspired by it and find their roots in it. In the same way, other movements will follow them, to prolong them or to fight them. The object of our gallery is to propose a catalogue of works of this century so rich in talents and discoveries, in scientific, philosophical, social and political innovations, unfortunately marked by monstrous local and planetary conflicts. All this has not been without consequence on individuals, and this is what the painters of this century show or suggest to us. The adventure they propose takes us to pleasant and comfortable sites, other upsetting and dangerous, but also complex places where the observation of the subject or human nature requires so much attention. Be that as it may, the testimony they leave us is that of the mind and the heart. We also present permanent exhibitions of modern or contemporary artists. We hope you will enjoy following them.

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GUTAI EXHIBITION - PIERRE SOULAGES MUSEUM - SEPTEMBER 2018

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Volcano glass sculpture by Alfredo Barbini, 1950s

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Alfredo Barbini, Lino Taglapietra and Luciano Vistosi

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