NEW LOCATION! ONE HERALD PLAZA | DOWNTOWN MIAMI ON BISCAYNE BAY International Contemporary & Modern Art Fair

December 2 - 7, 2014
Exhibitor listing
  • Venus - Mel Ramos
  • Surf's Up 1 - Michael Dweck
  • Fit - Charles Arnoldi
  • Head of a Child 15 (Molly) - Gottfried Helnwein
  • Head of a Child - Gottfried Helnwein
  • The Disasters of War 53 - Gottfried Helnwein
  • Robert E Lee: UGH - Shawn Huckins
  • Raftsmen Playing Cards: Everything Is Hilarious And Nothing Is Real - Shawn Huckins
  • Julia Dodd: Wait What? - Shawn Huckins
  • Aquifer - Naomie Kremer
  • Germinal - Naomie Kremer
  • Walkabout - Naomie Kremer
  • Study for Small Eagle Beaver #2 - Mel Ramos
  • Nude Descending a Staircase #2 - Mel Ramos
  • Femme - Mel Ramos
  • Miss Kiss #3 - Mel Ramos
  • Walrus - Mel Ramos
  • Playboy Project #4 - Mel Ramos
  • Lost Stop - Seth Tane
  • Lafayette and Canal - Seth Tane
  • 7, rue de Turbigo - Jacques Villeglé
  • 2/8 rue Turbigo - Jacques Villeglé

Modernism Inc.


Modernism Inc.
724 Ellis Street
San Francisco, California 94109
United States
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Other Artists represented by the Gallery:

Elina Anatole

Gary Baseman

Glen Baxter

Karl Benjamin

Jean-Charles Blais

Grisha Bruskin

Lucien Clergue

Robert Crumb

Elena Dorfman

Damian Elwes

Albert Gleizes

Sheldon Greenberg

Duncan Hannah

Henri Hayden

James Hayward

Gottfried Helnwein

Gottfried Helnwein - Head of a Child 15 (Molly)
Head of a Child 15 (Molly)
Gottfried Helnwein - Head of a Child
Head of a Child
Gottfried Helnwein - The Disasters of War 53
The Disasters of War 53
Tony Hernandez

Shawn Huckins

Shawn Huckins - Robert E Lee: UGH
Robert E Lee: UGH
Shawn Huckins - Raftsmen Playing Cards: Everything Is Hilarious And Nothing Is Real
Raftsmen Playing Cards: Everything Is Hilarious And Nothing Is Real
Shawn Huckins - Julia Dodd: Wait What?
Julia Dodd: Wait What?
Jerry Kearns

Jonathon Keats

Naomie Kremer

Naomie Kremer - Aquifer
Aquifer
Naomie Kremer - Germinal
Germinal
Naomie Kremer - Walkabout
Walkabout
Brian MAHANY

Albert Marquet

Sandra Martagex

John M. Miller

Andreas Nottebohm

Patti Oleon

Francis PICABIA

Valentin Popov

Mel Ramos

Mel Ramos - Study for Small Eagle Beaver #2
Study for Small Eagle Beaver #2
Mel Ramos - Nude Descending a Staircase #2
Nude Descending a Staircase #2
Mel Ramos - Femme
Femme
Mel Ramos - Miss Kiss #3
Miss Kiss #3
Mel Ramos - Walrus
Walrus
Mel Ramos - Playboy Project #4
Playboy Project #4
Mel Ramos - Venus
Venus
Galerie Ernst Hilger, Arcature Fine Art, Louis K. Meisel Gallery, Galerie Terminus GmbH, Adler & Conkright Fine Art,
John Register

Peter Sarkisian

Laurie Simmons

David Simpson

Stephen Somerstein

Robert Stivers

Mark Stock

Seth Tane

Seth Tane - Lost Stop
Lost Stop
Seth Tane - Lafayette and Canal
Lafayette and Canal
Sam Tchakalian

Georges Valmier

Jacques Villeglé

Jacques Villeglé - 7, rue de Turbigo
7, rue de Turbigo
Jacques Villeglé - 2/8 rue Turbigo
2/8 rue Turbigo
Bruce Wolfe

ABOUT

Modern and contemporary paintings, works on paper, photography, video, and mixed media installations.
Founded in 1979
Martin Muller   President
Danielle Beaulieu   Director
Gallery Artists:
Pierre Antoniucci, *Charles Arnoldi, Gary Baseman, Glen Baxter, *Erwin Blumenfeld, Jean-Charles Blais, Alexander K. Bogomazov, Maria Chevska, Lucien Clergue, Robert Crumb, *Elena Dorfman, *Michael Dweck, Albert Gleizes, Sheldon Greenberg, Woody Gwyn, Duncan Hannah, Henri Hayden, James Hayward, *Gottfried Helnwein, Tony Hernandez, Jerry Kearns, *Naomie Kremer, Le Corbusier, Sandra Martagex, John M. Miller, Andreas Nottebohm, Patti Oleon, Valentin Popov, *Mel Ramos, John Register, Curtis Ripley, Ed Ruscha, Cesar Santander, David Simpson, Robert Stivers, Mark Stock, Sam Tchakalian, Wayne Thiebaud, Georges Valmier, *Jacques Villeglé, Andy Warhol

Gallery Personnel:
Martin Muller, President
Danielle Beaulieu, Director
David Peniston, Registrar
Hannah Beck, Gallery Assistant
Aubrey Rotino, Gallery Assistant


Founded in 1979, Modernism has since presented more than 400 exhibitions, both historical and contemporary, in media ranging from painting to photography, sculpture to performance, by an international roster of artists.

Throughout its 30 years, owner Martin Muller has striven to keep the gallery's challenging, museum quality program at the forefront of the art world.

Early landmarks included being the first gallery to show Andy Warhol in the Bay Area (1982), and holding the first exhibition on the West Coast (in a gallery or museum) of the Russian Avant-Garde 1910-1930 (1980, 17 more retrospectives have since been mounted).

In the 1990s Modernism highlighted its strong abstract program with the exhibition of "Four Abstract Classicists" (1993), a recreation of the show presented by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in 1959, while at the same time introducing America to the confrontational, and ofttimes disturbing, conceptual works of Austrian born artist Gottfried Helnwein (1992).

This year Modernism celebrates its 30th anniversary, and with it many more firsts of recent years, including the first major exhibition of the works of Le Corbusier on the West Coast(2003), and in 2006, the first major retrospective in the U.S. of the paintings, drawing, collages, and photographs of Erwin Blumenfeld.

In addition to the milestones above, Modernism prides itself on the scope of its program:

Historical exhibitions encompass areas including Dada, Cubism, Surrealism, Vorticism, German Expressionism, and foremost, the Russian Avant-Garde 1910-1930.

The contemporary program features rotating shows, six to seven weeks in duration, of the nearly 50 gallery artists—including various representational and abstract modes, sociopolitical, and conceptual works—presented at both Modernism and Modernism West, as well as at art fairs in the United States and Europe.

Modernism publishes numerous books, monographs, catalogs, and fine art editions.

Modernism is a member of the prestigious Art Dealers Association of America and the San Francisco Art Dealer's Association.
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