BOCCARA ART , Stand n° 

Untitled -  Jules Olitski

Jules Olitski Untitled
Acrylic on canvas
72 x 85 inches

Anderson and Shepard -  Jim Dine

Jim Dine Anderson and Shepard
Acrylic, sand and charcoal on linen
122 x 244 cm,
48 x 96 inches

Décade - Simone  Pheulpin

Simone Pheulpin Décade
Cotton fabric, pins and wood
This artwork is composed of ten 2m (78 in) long panels of cotton, which shows tremendous sensuality to the viewers

Transcendance -  Benjamin Shine

Benjamin Shine Transcendance
Tulle on canvas
165 x 125 x 5 cm
65 x 50 x 2 inches

Hours Spin - Damien Hirst

Damien Hirst Hours Spin
Household gloss on canvas
203 x 177 cm
80 x 70 inches

Petite Femme - Wang KEPING

Wang KEPING Petite Femme
Bronze sculpture
38 x 13 x 12 cm
15 x 5 1/10 x 4 7/10 inches

Exhibiting Artists

Other Represented Artists

  • Laurence Jenkell  (+)

    Detailed Description : Born in 1965, Laurence Jenkell lives and works in Vallauris, in the Alpes-maritimes. Self-taught, she started to create on her own in the middle of the 90s. Her artistic research led her to experiment with various techniques such as inclusion, dripping, firing, casting, etc. After multiple attempts, she successfully mastered and dominated Plexiglas, obtaining the “wrapping” technique, which will allow her to produce the Candy sculpture that has obsessed her for many years now. That candy allowed her to exorcise devils of her childhood and made her question herself about her own heredity. The artist is going to transform it and work it in various more and more imaginative and dreamlike searches. She shapes it, plays around its structure and its twisting to arrive quite naturally at the spiral of the DNA double helix. Through this new creative orientation, the artist transmits us a little of her own DNA. Exposed all over the world, Laurence Jenkell began travelling a lot. As one of the most significant projects of the Artists, Jenkell's Candy Nations, a series of oversized candies with the flags of different countries, was first created for the G20 Summit in Cannes, France 2011. In 2018, to celebrate New York City as a world city and capital, Candy Nations arrived on the Garmet District malls on Broadway, as part of installation by the Garment District Alliance and the Arterventions program from the NYC Department of Transportation.

  • Hyun Ae Kang

    Biography : Hyun Ae Kang was born in South Korea. Currently based in California, USA. She uses natural materials, mostly wood, to create her innovative, rich in colours and texture mixed-media works. Her art reveals the wonder and the sublime residing wishing nature, her inner desire to share her journey of faith, reflecting her longing to have her life shaped by the presence of the Divine. Her works are thus a quite and deeply personalised meditation on her relationship as an Artist with an Almighty Redeemer. Since 1993 Hyun Ae Kang was collected by The Art Museum of Seoul and Brea Museum & Historical Society.

  • Alexander Calder  (+)

    Biography : Alexander Calder was born in Philadelphia in 1898 and died in New York in 1976. Alexander Calder best known for his innovation of the mobile suspended sheet metal and wire assemblies that are activated in space by air currents. Visually fascinating and emotionally engaging, those sculptures—along with his monumental outdoor bolted sheet metal stabiles, which only imply movement—make Calder one of the most-recognizable and beloved modern artists. He also made a smaller number of sculptures in the more-traditional materials of wood and bronze and did paintings, mostly in gouache, as well as drawings, including illustrations for books, and prints, and was an inventive designer of jewelry.

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  • François Calvat

    Biography : Francois Calmat is a French artists, born in 1926 in Nice, South of France. Starting paintings from the age of 17, Calmat never stops searching for new textures and experimenting with different materials. His work is complex and innovative. Francois often uses charcoal for his art works. The most eye catching is the violet paint finishing.

  • Sonia Delaunay

  • Jim Dine  (+)

    Biography : Jime Dine ia an American painter, graphic artist, sculptor, and poet who emerged during the Pop art period as an innovative creator of works that combine the painted canvas with ordinary objects of daily life. His early work consists primarily of images on canvas to which three-dimensional objects (e.g., articles of clothing, garden tools) are attached. His reputation was secured during the 1960s by his wittily incongruous painted images of tools, clothes, and other utilitarian and household objects. He is particularly associated with the bathrobe and the stylized heart. The subject of Dine’s work of the 1970s remained commonplace objects, but he showed a growing preoccupation with graphic media and exploitation of nuances of line and texture.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Jim Dine - Anderson and Shepard Anderson and Shepard

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  • Luis W. Guajardo  (+)

    Detailed Description : As an architect graduated in 1998 from Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey I have always had an artistic side. As a painter I have been studying Fine Arts since 2007. Interiority begins with the idea of experimenting with uncommon materials in my artwork. Initially, glass and mirrors represented a personal journey to my younger self, when looking at my reflection meant becoming the hardest judge towards myself, those times were full of self-rejection. The lack of accepting my true colors affected the concept of who I was, what I thought and what I did in my personal surroundings. Now, with this artwork, my love for art bound me with my own reflection for many hours. Interiority made me realize how much valor, force and creativity there is in me and in every human being. Through my work, I shaped each piece so that the beholder can appreciate what art and particularly Interiority has taught me, to love oneself. My intent is to create a profound sensation that makes us reflect towards our Interiority, in our oldest memories, locked within four walls, hiding and listening attentively in order to make things happen. In the end, we realize that we are one, we are a whole. In spite of these elements that represent obstacles, Interiority allows us to see ourselves inside each art piece. Occasionally this represents a challenge, it is hard, but when we become aware of our integrity we achieve to find our true self.

  • Damien Hirst  (+)

    Biography : Damien Hirst is an English artist and entrepreneur who is most famous for his artworks of displays of dead animals and medicine cabinet sculptures. With his controversial and sometimes shocking works, he has emerged as one of the best-known artists in Britain. He was born on June 7, 1965, in Bristol, England, to Mary Brennan into a middle class family, he was a troublesome teenager and was jailed twice for shoplifting. Despite his sometimes-wild behavior, he made his way to college and later studied Art at the University of London. He celebrated his first success as an artist when he presented dead animals in formaldehyde as an art. His later works include paintings made by spin machines, enlarged ashtrays filled with cigarette butts, monumental anatomical models of the human torso, and medicine cabinets filled with pharmaceuticals. He became an important figure in the development of Britart, an innovative and revolutionary conceptual art. His body of work comprises of paintings, drawings, sculptures and installations that blur the boundaries between art and science.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Damien Hirst - Hours Spin Hours Spin

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  • Robert Indiana  (+)

    Biography : Robert Indiana was born Robert Clark in New Castle, Indiana on September 13, 1928. Indiana was one of the preeminent figures in American art since the 1960s. He has played a central role in the development of assemblage art, hard-edge painting and Pop art. A self proclaimed “American painter of signs,” Indiana has created a highly original body of work that explores American identity, personal history and the power of abstraction and language, establishing an important legacy that resonates in the work of many contemporary artists who make the written word a central element of their oeuvre. One of the central figures of the Pop Art movement, Robert Indiana takes his inspiration from commercial signs, claiming: “There are more signs than trees in America. There are more signs than leaves. So I think of myself as a painter of American landscape.” In his paintings, sculptures, and prints, he mimics and re-arranges the words and numbers of a myriad of signs, including the Phillips 66 gas station logo and the “Yield” traffic sign. He is most famous for his “LOVE” paintings and sculptures, first produced in the 1960s. Creating a block out of the word—with the “L” and the “O” set atop the “V” and the “E”—Indiana has effectively inserted his own sign into the mix.

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  • Wang Keping  (+)

    Biography : Born in Beijing in 1949, the Chinese sculptor Wang Keping currently lives and works in Paris. Wang Keping is a self-taught sculptore and works mainly with wood, a material that he respects, highlighting its the natural curves. A founding member of the group “Xing Xing” (Les Etoiles), with Ma Desheng, Ai Weiwei and Li Shuang, he leaves China in 1984 to exile himself in Paris. This expatriation comes along with a sliding of political subjects towards a more personal and more contemplative approach centered on the body, essentially feminine. The wood, the highly alive material, allows him to develop an organic language. Wang Keping does not hesitate to let dry supports selected during several years before sculpturing them. This media and its peculiarities so guide his work which logically favors uncluttered forms and movements. He lives and works in Paris. He admires artists such as Maillol, Brancusi or Zadkine. Starting from 1986, he shows his works at the Zürcher gallery and in 1989 he has a show at the Georges Pompidou Center and the Museum of Modern Art of Taiwan. Wang Keping has been selected by Art+Auction ( in the Top 50 Next Most Collectible Artists. His work ‘Silence’ has been selected by the CNN as one of the ’10 art works that will change the way you see China’ in 2014. In 2015 published an article about his artworks’ market value entitled ‘Le Cas Wang Keping’ (The Wang Keping Case).

    Artist's Objects:

    • Wang KEPING - Petite Femme Petite Femme

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  • Krista Kim

    Biography : Krista is the founder of the Techism art movement, which calls for greater interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration between innovators of the Tech industry and artists in order to create a more balanced culture of humanism through the arts in the digital age. Kim's work is a response to our constant exposure to LED lights through our devices. Her work expresses digital consciousness and questions our current aesthetic principles. She is interested in digital technology and its revolutionary effects on human perception, media, social structures and communication. She is based in Toronto and exhibits regularly in New York and Paris, and in art major fairs worldwide. Following French fashion brands like Louis Vuitton that has worked with the likes of Takashi Murakami and Jeff Koons, Hermès that has partnered with graffiti artist Kongo, or Agnès b. known for its tireless promotion of young artists, Kim has now collaborated with Lanvin, the oldest continuously operating fashion house in France founded in 1889, on its Fall/Winter 2018-19 prêt-à-porter collection presented during Paris Fashion Week. Sharing the Techism philosophy with Olivier Lapidus, the maison’s womenswear artistic director and initiator of the first e-couture label, Kim intends for the new collection to express a vision of what it means to be human in the digital age.

  • Patrick Laroche

  • Feng Lianghong  (+)

    Detailed Description : Lianghong Feng produces lush abstract paintings inspired by a heady mixture of ancient Chinese philosophy, calligraphy, Eastern and Western art history, and urban graffiti. He covers his canvases with beautifully complementary passages of color and all manner of marks, including fat, paint-laden brushstrokes; thin, sketchy scribbles; drips; daubs; and splatters. He often begins with a naturalistic landscape, which he then partially obscures with an overlay of his abstract marks. Feng both refuses and accepts categorizations of his work—a Zen-like position that acknowledges our natural inclination to define works of art in concrete terms, while also insisting upon the freedom to approach his practice with originality and without preconditions.

  • Roy Lichtenstein  (+)

    Biography : Roy Fox Lichtenstein was born on October 27, 1923, in New York City. Lichtenstein attended the Franklin School for Boys, a private junior high and high school, and was graduated in 1940. He studied painting and drawing from the model at the Art Students League of New York . He entered Ohio State University (OSU) in Columbus in the College of Education. His early artistic idols were Rembrandt, Daumier and Picasso. He was one of the most influential and innovative artists of the second half of the twentieth century. He is preeminently identified with Pop Art, a movement he helped originate, and his first fully achieved paintings were based on imagery from comic strips and advertisements and rendered in a style mimicking the crude printing processes of newspaper reproduction. These paintings reinvigorated the American art scene and altered the history of modern art. Lichtenstein’s success was matched by his focus and energy, and after his initial triumph in the early 1960s, he went on to create an oeuvre of more than 5,000 paintings, prints, drawings, sculptures, murals and other objects celebrated for their wit and invention.

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  • Xavier Magaldi  (+)

    Detailed Description : Xavier Magaldi is a Swiss artist whose background in watchmaking forms a critical element of his current artistic practice. Magaldi’s paintings are rooted in a precision reminiscent of architectural draftsmanship, while his sculptures explore the jarring juxtaposition of a horological microcosm with the monumentality of massive wood sculptures. Merging graffiti and traditional painting techniques, Magaldi is able to combine two seemingly disparate art forms into one cohesive body of work. Magaldi lives and works in Geneva, Switzerland. He draws inspiration from his foundation in graffiti art, specifically the wildstyle letter form, and his formal education in watchmaking. From his Geneva studio, Magaldi is exploring themes of the future in a way that both inspires the viewer and urges us all to examine our relationship with time. His monolithic guardian sculptures evoke a feeling of progress and stability, while his ultramodern paintings could be a look at what our cities will look like with skylines continuing to ascend. With the increasing urbanization of our world, Magaldi's work is more relevant than ever. Time is an inherent source of inspiration in Magaldi’s work, an homage to horology which manifests itself through the time consuming detail-oriented geometric forms that appear in his paintings, as well as through the more spontaneous and free flowing gestures associated with graffiti. It is precisely this specific attention to detail and layering that highlights Magaldi’s philosophical deconstruction of the horological process as well as a subsequent literal reconstruction of its tangible intricacies.

  • Conor McCreedy  (+)

    Detailed Description : Born in 1987 in Johannesburg, Conor grew up in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Kwa-Zulu Natal. Mccreedy is an internationally known contemporary artist, whose trademark colour is know globally as “Mccreedyblue” - his favourite, also “the most profound and mysterious of colours,”- states Conor in his interview to FORBES AFRICA, December 2018, speaking about his art and most recent fashion collaboration creating what could be the world’s most expensive $3.000 sneakers. Mccreedy's paintings are characterized equally by audacity and heritage. His works are powerful, dynamic and genuinely hypnotic, taking inspiration from life, the ocean and the energy around him and not least his South African heritage. Art historians have described the Mccreedyblue colour as having an “unspeakable effect” which manifests in the symbol of the ocean in his work. Known for his richly textured, distinctively monochromatic blue coloured, large-scale splash paintings. Depicting abstract figures and sometimes people in monochromatic shades with expressive & detailed gestures. Mccreedy has discovered an emotive power within the essential clarity of the materials that he uses to execute his paintings. Disciplined by single colour, focusing on material exploration, the creative gesture and the spiritual connection between the artist and his work. He seeks to transcend visionary barriers, leaving some of his paintings untitled, with the intention of removing any choice or connection beyond the work’s urgent existence. The work itself becomes a memory and an artifact symbolic of the artist’s conversation with the raw material that brought the painting into creation.

  • Gianfranco Meggiato  (+)

    Biography : Gianfranco Meggiato was born on August 26, 1963 in Venice, where he studied stone, bronze, wood and ceramics sculpture at the Istituto Statale d’Arte. At the age of 16 and then 21, he was selected by the Municipality of Venice to exhibit his works at the Galleria Comunale Bevilacqua La Masa in San Marco Square, where he presented three culptures in Vicenza stone and semi-refractory clay. In his work, Meggiato gets inspiration from great masters of the 20th century: Brancusi for his pursuit of the essential, Moore for the inside-outside relationship in his culptures about maternity, Calder for the sense of space. Space, in fact, is a real element in Meggiato’s work and empty parts become just as important as full parts. The artist shapes his sculptures inspired by biomorphic tissue and the labyrinth, symbolizing the tortuous path of humanity looking for its essence, and revealing his recious soul. Meggiato thus invents the concept of “introsculpture” in which the observer point of view is drawn towards the inner part in the artwork, not only restricting on the surface. «On a formal level, space and light don’t define the work, sliding over it as if it were in-the-round; they indeed penetrate inside it, wrapping its lattices and tangles, reaching the central sphere point as as a quintessential point of arrival» Starting from 1998, Meggiato has taken part in many exhibitions and art fairs all over the world, including USA, Canada, Great Britain, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, Holland, France, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Principality of Monaco, Ukraine, Russia, India, China, Arab Emirates, Kuwait, South Korea, Singapore, Taipei, Australia. In 2007 he exhibited monumental sculptures at OPEN 10 International Exhibition of Sculptures and Installations, in Venice; between 2007 and 2009 he was active with many personal exhibitions as in the National Museum of Musical Instruments in Rome; Palazzo Senato in Milan; Museo Correr (Marciana Library) in Veni

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  • Jules Olitski  (+)

    Biography : Jules Olitski (March 27, 1922 – February 4, 2007) was a Russian-born American painter who was instrumental in the development of the Color Field school. Like his contemporaries Helen Frankenthaler and Morris Louis, Olitski stained the surface of his canvases in a technique that rejected the gestural brushwork of the then-popular Abstract Expressionist artists. With their emphasis on material, surface, and color's emotional strength, his signature works eliminated the illusion of depth and any evidence of the artist's touch. His abstract "spray paintings" of the 1960s are considered landmark works of this movement.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Jules Olitski - Untitled Untitled

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  • JonOne

    Biography : John Andrew Perello, aka JonOne, Jonone or Jon156, is an American artist, most famous for his Graffiti-influenced art. Born in New York, JonOne used the energy he felt from the city to find freedom in painting his urban landscape. While he has evolved from his early tagging days, his art continues to be inspired by the “Urban Jungle” from his youth. JonOne’s paintings defy the “rules” of graffiti. With a tremendous sense of movement and color, his compositions combine freestyle, hand-painted aesthetics with a sense of repetition akin to textile patterns. His work has often been compared to that of abstract expressionist Jackson Pollock and French artist Jean Dubuffet. By layering precise strokes and vibrant color, he creates a uniquely balanced yet dynamic visual experience.

  • Simone Pheulpin  (+)

    Biography : Born in 1941, Simone Pheulpin is a French textile sculptor who lives and works in the Vosges. Her works are the result of an instinctive expression that uses both the suppleness and firmness of an untreated, natural material, a simple nonbleached cotton. From her fabric strips and thousands of pins, a veritable vocabulary of forms and shapes with an organic allure, a supernatural world where surprising rocks and the seabed take form, sprung from her spirit and guided by her hands. For Simone Pheulpin, a fundamentally atypical textile sculptor, folding is a language, her language. Her strips of raw cotton, tirelessly stacked, twisted and connected, produce organic sculptures that reflect Simone Pheulpin’s intense, deep, astonished perspective on nature and convey her view of the world with infinite poetry. Her sculptures will be exhibited in May/June 2018 in the New Design Museum, London (Loewe Foundation, Craft Prize) and have been exhibited in amazing places full of history such Venetian palaces, mansions in London, Paris and Brussels, Swiss chalets, or European palaces (Hotel Plaza Athénée in Paris, the Hotel de la Paix in Geneva, the Fairmont Monte Carlo, the Conrad Brussels, ...). In unique museums such as "Villa Empain" in Brussels, "the Museum of Contemporary tapestry" in Angers without forgetting the United States and Asia. These worldwide exhibitions have allowed Simone Pheulpin’s artworks to integrate the prestigious Public Collection of Victoria and Albert Museum in 2018 and contemporary art Private Collections.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Simone  Pheulpin - Décade Décade

  • Benjamin Shine  (+)

    Biography : Award-winning artist and designer, Benjamin Shine has established a multi-disciplined creative approach dedicated to challenging perceptions through original constructional ideas and craftsmanship. Following his studies in fashion design at Central St Martins in London, Benjamin has spent over a decade exploring the potential of materials to express ideas through his artworks, public sculptures, fashion, furniture, and product designs. Benjamin is most known for his tulle works, which centre on ideas of impermanence, energy and the fleeting moment – each made by pleating and manipulating the delicate material into form with an iron and often generated from a single uncut length of tulle. Benjamin's Tulle Flows are a continuos single length of flowing tulle, each conveying clarity out of chaos, hence the depiction of faces in states of peaceful meditation. Benjamin's work has attracted a range of clients encompassing fashion labels, product and interior manufacturers, international Arts and Design institutions such as The Crafts Council, UK and The New York Museum of Arts and Design. Global brands include Givenchy, Barclays Wealth, MTV, Eurostar, Deutsche Bank, Coca-Cola and Google His 2013 fashion collaboration with Givenchy saw him develop his signature tulle technique alongside Givenchy’s Creative Director, Riccardo Tisci, creating a limited edition series, which blurred the lines between art, sportswear and Haute Couture. Most recently, Benjamin was invited to collaborate with John Galliano for Maison Margiela. The resulting work of couture was shown at Paris fashion week 2017 and received worldwide recognition. Benjamin has become one of the most wanted artists in NY after his famous installation “Seeing Through The Material” at Bergdorf Goodman, 5th Avenue, New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York has already acquired Benjamin's works.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Benjamin Shine - Transcendance Transcendance

  • Manolo Valdes  (+)

    Biography : Manolo Valdés is a Spanish artist, born on March 8, 1942 in Valencia, Spain. He is a painter, sculptor and a printmaker, best known for his association with the artistic group known as Equipo Crónica. Declaring himself “a consumer of art and its history,” Manolo Valdés ranges deftly across mediums, producing witty, art-historically informed drawings, paintings, prints, and sculptures that explore history and contemporary culture, politics and everyday life. Approaching each medium as part of an interconnected whole. Trained as a painter, Valdés grew up imbibing the works of Spanish masters like Diego Velázquez and Pablo Picasso, later becoming influenced by Pop Art. With Rafael Solbes and Joan Toledo, he formed Equipo Crónica group (early 1960s-1981), utilizing the Pop idiom to criticize Spanish dictator Francisco Franco in scathing paintings. References to Spain abound in his work, in portraits resembling its royalty, sculptures recalling Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, or in the recurring, semi-abstracted figure of the Infanta from Velazquez’s Las Meninas (1656). Manolo Valdés currently lives and works in New York and in Madrid.

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  • Andy Warhol  (+)
  • Fu Wenjun

    Biography : Fu Wenjun is a Chinese contemporary artist. He works on conceptual photography, installation art, sculpture and oil painting. Currently he lives and works at Chongqing, China. He has developed the unique “digital pictorial photography” style. His solo exhibitions were presented by the Museu Europeu de Arte Moderno (Barcelona), the National Art Museum of China (Beijing), the Old Summer Palace Museum (Beijing), the Today Art Museum (Beijing), the United Nations Headquarters (New York), the Guangdong Museum of Art (Guangzhou) and other international art organisations. Fu Wenjun's works are collected by Museu Europeu de Art Moderno, National Art Museum of China, Today Art Museum, the Old Summer Palace Museum, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Kennedy Family, World Council of Peoples for the United Nations, Dazu Grotto Museum, Chongqing Art Museum, Guangdong Museum of Art, Société Nationale des Beaux Arts of France, Egypt Ahmed Shawki Museum and other significant organizations and collectors.

  • LeRone Wilson

    Biography : LeRone Wilson (1968) is a sculptor and painter living and working in New York. His primary medium is encaustic, the oldest form of painting, used by the ancient Egyptians to fuse hieroglyphics. His sculpted encaustic paintings explore the complexities of the historical and cultural inferences of spirituality, history and identity. His work represents a medley of different textures that stimulate the senses, making the art not just a thing of beauty to be admired from a distance, but something we can feel connected to through the expression of touch. It’s a way of revealing an image without actually being able to control it, letting it come about itself. The work varies in shapes with 1 to 4 inches of wax built up on the surface. Their elegant abstract details invoke minimalist historical references that are surprisingly compelling. The results are unrecognizable surfaces that encourage kind of curiosity as to their function as paintings. Minimalism can be defined as the perfection that an artifact achieves when it is no longer possible to improve it by subtraction. This is the quality LeRone wants to achieve with the texture of the encaustic. Every component, every detail and every function has been reduced or condensed to the essential. The simplicity of his work explores the possibility of working creatively without disrupting the purity of the material. A finalist for the Louis Comfort Tiffany Award and winner of Best in Show for the Carroll Harris Sims Award, his works have also appeared in live auctions and shows at Phillips DePury and reside in the Museum of Biblical Art in New York and the African American Museum in Dallas.


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BOCCARA ART participates in over 15 International Art Fairs a year, featuring historically important, mid-career and emerging artists, seeing discovery and support of young talents as one of its goals.

Part of BOCCARA Group, today BOCCARA ART is based in New York, with 7 exhibition spaces in Paris, Monte-Carlo, London, Brussels and Hong Kong. The head office resides in Central Manhattan, at 130 West 56th Street, New York, which also serves as an exhibition space, and it's New York Gallery is minutes away from lower Manhattan, at 198 24th Street, Brooklyn, NY. Gallery features an impressive two-floor exhibition space spanning nearly 500m2 (5,300ft2).

With its museum-like quality, BOCCARA ART highlights an important collection of historically influential artists from the 20th century, while simultaneously dedicating its spaces to emerging artists as well.


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