galerie bruno massa


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ABOUT

  • Martin Simand  
  • Bruno Massa  

galerie bruno massa based in Paris & NYC was founded in January 2013 and is dedicated to exhibit the latest works of contemporary art. Our gallery is able to operate at the forefront of the most dynamic international markets. Intensive interactions with artists allow us to explore the very latest cultural evolutions in the world of art. galerie bruno massa is pleased to champion and encourage emerging artists and talented artists with the support of our financial investors. Since March 2013, the gallery exhibits regularly for pop-up shows in NYC on 27th street in Chelsea - Art District.


Exhibiting Artists

  • Maryam Alakabarli  (+)

    Biography : Once upon a time: Maryam Alakbarli Art Brut Figuratif Maryam Alakbarli was born on 4 July 1991 in Baku, Azerbaijan. From early ages she pursued arts, participated in a number of exhibitions and her works have been published as postcards by charitable foundations. Currently, she is studying in Paris, France. Maryam’s work is of particular interest to anyone involved in inclusive education as she has Down Syndrome. “Alakbarli is not a painter like the others. Yet her relatives do not put forward the trisomy that Maryam has for explaining the power of her work. This young artist from Azerbaijan is very interested in art. She was very fortunate to have parents who made her handicap a stepping stone. They helped her find her own and unique voice of original expression. So she has chosen painting, the language in which she can translate and transmit her best emotions”.

    Exhibition : Maryam Alakbarli’s personal exhibitions and exhibitions in which she participated:
    • 17–21 September 2010 – Baku (Azerbaijan);
    • 4 May – 4 June 2011 – “Baku-Berlin” Gallery, Berlin (Germany);
    • 2 December 2011 – Paris (France), UNESCO;
    • 3–12 December 2011 – “Vivienne Art Galerie” Exhibition Hall, Paris (France);
    • 26 March – 22 April 2012 – the Contemporary Art Museum, Moscow (Russia);
    • 4–10 July 2012 – exhibition “Traditions and Modernity”, Moscow (Russia);
    • 15–19 September 2012 – Dolmabahce Palace, Istanbul (Turkey);
    • 23–30 September 2012 – “CerModern” Arts Center, Ankara (Turkey);
    • 22–30 June 2013 – “Palazzo Poli” Exhibition Hall, Rome (Italy);
    • 26–30 June 2013 – exhibition “Traditions and Modernity”, Moscow (Russia);
    • 30 August – 8 September 2013 – American Film Festival, Deauville (France);
    • 25 January – 8 February 2014 – the Museum of Modern Art, Baku (Azerbaijan);
    • 30 October – 9 November 2014 – the Art Museum “Riga Bourse”, Riga (Latvia);
    • 12–14 June 2015 – Art Shopping Festival, Gallery of “Carrousel du Louvre”, Paris (France);
    • 23–25 October 2015 – Art Shopping Festival, Gallery of “Carrousel du Louvre”, Paris (France);
    • 21–28 November 2015 – exhibition “Echo of Centuries”, National Museum of Arts, Baku (Azerbaijan);
    • 6–9 April 2016 – “World Art Dubai – 2016”, Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai (UAE);
    • 28–29 May 2016 – Art Shopping Festival, Gallery of “Carrousel du Louvre”, Paris (France);
    • 25 May – 25 June 2016 – “Live Life” exhibition, organized by IDEA, London (United Kingdom);
    • 15 October – 6 November 2016 – “Live Life” exhibition, organized by IDEA, Paris (France);
    • 22–23 October 2016 – Art Shopping Festival, Gallery of “Carrousel du Louvre”, Paris (France);
    • 1–4 December 2016 – Miami River Art Fair, Downtown Miami Conventıon Center, Miami (USA

    Detailed Description : Maryam’s parents have created an international foundation, “L’Espoir”, whose aim is to support the creativity of people with genetic mental illnesses, such as their daughter and 75% of the sale price of the paintings will be donated to this foundation.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Maryam Alakbarli - Portrait of lady of charpentier

      Portrait of lady of charpentier

    • Maryam Alakbarli - By listening to Shostakovitch

      By listening to Shostakovitch

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  • Benjamin Duke  (+)

    Biography : 2006 M.F.A.- Maryland Institute College of Art, Hoffberger School of Painting 2002 B.F.A.- University of Utah, Painting and Drawing Emphasis 2001 Yale University Summer School of Music and Art at Norfolk

    Exhibition : Solo shows

    2017

    The Sideways, galerie bruno massa, New York City, USA
    University of Louisville, Hite Art Insitute, Louisville, KT, USA

    2014

    A River Without Banks, Paul Collins Art Gallery, Grand Rapids, MI, USA
    The Contemporary Figure, Ben Duke & Robert McCann (Two-Person Show) Moss-Thorn Gallery of Art, Fort Hays, KS, USA

    2013

    Benjamin Swallow Duke and Nathan Barnes, (Two-person Show) Emerson Center For the Arts and Culture, Bozeman, MT, USA
    Benjamin Swallow Duke and Esther Randall, (Two-person Show) Rosewood Gallery, Kettering, OH, USA
    Thresholds, (Solo Show) Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, DE, USA

    2012

    Sublime Rupture, (Solo Show) Target Gallery, Alexandria VA Catalog with essay by Dominique Nahas, USA

    2011

    Identity In Itself, (Two-person show) Lapham Gallery, Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Center, Glens Falls, NY, USA
    Benjamin Duke, Tony Shumsky, (Two-person show) Roy G. Biv Gallery, Columbus, OH, USA
    UPHEAVAL, (Traveling Solo Show) University Art Gallery, Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI, USA

    2010

    UPHEAVAL, (Traveling Solo Show) Cloyde Snook Gallery, Adams State College, Alamosa, CO, USA
    Floating, (Solo Show) Fitton Art Center, Hamilton, OH, USA

    2009

    Notwithstanding, (Two-person show) Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, IL, USA
    Disrupted Particulars, (Two-person show) Macomb Center for the Performing Arts, Clinton Township, MI, USA

    2008

    We Drew a Circle and Called it an Island, (Two-person collaborative show) Garden City Art Space, Taipei, Taiwan
    Benjamin Duke and Teresa Dunn, (Two-person show) University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Kenosha, WI, USA
    Imaginary Cities, (Solo show) Moraine Valley Community College, Palos Hills, IL, USA
    Awakening, (Two Person show) Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, IL, USA

    2006

    Second Chance (Solo Show) Brewer’s Art, Baltimore, MD, USA
    Opening Exhibition (Two Person Show) Touchet Gallery, Baltimore, MD, USA

    2004

    Clamor (Solo Show) Rose Wagner Center for the Arts, Salt Lake City, UT, USA

    2003

    Detailed Description : Benjamin Duke's current area of research is in painting, He is primarily interested in creating narratives that are disjunctive, which means that his works utilize seemingly opposite or disjoined elements. His main strategy for this is to create moments of fissure in a painting. "I would set up an expectation of a particular kind of environment for example and then enter into that environment something that doesn't fit".

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Benjamin Duke - Detour

      Detour

    •  Benjamin Duke - Point of tangency

      Point of tangency

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  • Pol Durruff  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Pol Durruff - Ondes croisées

      Ondes croisées

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  • Fusako Ekuni  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Fusako  Ekuni - Into the light

      Into the light

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  • Gillian Hyland  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Gillian Hyland - Mirror Mirror

      Mirror Mirror

    • Gillian Hyland - The unknow

      The unknow

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  • Jean-Philippe Kadzinski  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Jean-Philippe Kadzinski - FE200 Summer 7

      FE200 Summer 7

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  • Jean-Claude Sgro  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Jean-Claude Sgro - In a sunny day

      In a sunny day

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  • Gilles Teboul  (+)

    Biography : After studying Applied Arts, Gilles Teboul began to develop his first explorations in painting and participated in collective exhibitions, while collaborating with luxury labels and advertising agencies. Since 2000, he has chosen painting and photography. He regularly presents his work in galleries and art centers.

    Exhibition : Solo shows
    2017 L.A Art Show, galerie bruno massa, Los Angeles, USA
    2016 Galerie Univer, Paris, France
    2013 Galerie Univer, Paris, France
    2011 Centre d’Art Albert Chanot, Clamart, France
    2011 Galerie Univer, Paris, France
    2001 Galerie SachaTarassoff, Paris, France
    2000 Galerie Bruno Delarue, Paris, France

    Group shows

    2017 Art Fair Tokyo, galerie bruno massa, Tokyo, Japan
    2016 Aqua Art Miami, galerie bruno massa, Miami Beach, USA
    2016 Jiangsu Art Fair, galerie bruno massa, Changzhou, China
    2016 Affordable Art Fair New York, galerie bruno massa, New York City, USA
    2016 Bazaar Art Jakarta, galerie bruno massa, Jakarta, Indonesia
    2016 Art Busan, galerie bruno Massa - Busan, Corée
    2016 Art Fair Tokyo, galerie bruno massa, Tokyo, Japan
    2016 Minimenta, Galerie Univer, Paris, France
    2015 Minimenta, Galerie Univer, Paris, France
    2014 La Petite Collection, White Project Galerie, Paris, France
    2014 Minimenta, Galerie Univer, Paris, France
    2012 Galerie Univer, Paris, France
    2011 Galerie Univer, Paris, France
    2011 Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art, Le Vide, Paris, France
    2011 Fondation Jean Arp, Clamart, France
    2010 Centre d’Art Albert Chanot, Dessins, Clamart, France
    2010 Centre d'Art Albert Chanot, Photographies de Femmes, Clamart, France
    2004 Mairie de Paris, Paris, France
    2003 Galerie Christine Phal, Parfum de Fleurs, Paris, France
    2003 Salle Royale Eglise de la Madeleine, Le Jardin de la Terre, Paris, France
    2003 Galerie Bruno Delarue, Paris, France
    2002 Galerie Aréa, Art ou Nature, Paris, France
    2002 Salon Jeune Création, Paris, France
    2002 Galerie Sacha Tarassoff, Paris, France
    2002 Galerie Bruno Delarue, Paris, France
    2001 Galerie Sacha Tarassoff, Paris, France
    2001 Galerie Bruno Delarue, Paris, France
    2000 Art Paris, Galerie Sacha Tarassoff, Paris, France
    2000 Galerie Sacha Tarassoff, Paris, France
    1999 Salon de Novembre, Vitry sur Seine, Paris, France
    1997 Salon de Bagneux, Bagneux, France
    1996 Salon de Montrouge, Montrouge, France
    1995 Salon de Montro

    Detailed Description : In his latest series, Gilles Teboul continues to keep a distance from the painter’s gesture. In his previous series, he proceeded by retreat, by subtraction, by what he called the « non gesture », erasing part of the matter which covered his canvases and thus causing the undercoat of paint to rise to the surface. With his recent paintings, he goes as far as abolishing any gestural implication of the artist in the production. The paintings are placed flat on shims in equilibrium. Teboul lets the paint pour onto and spread out over the canvas without intervening in its movement. Thus, the creator’s role in the fabrication is extremely limited and the work assumes its definitive form in the very instant of its conception. The artist is, indeed, dispossessed of his actions and is kept at a distance from his realizations. In other words, the physical act of painting yields to a procedure where the color, in the purest ‘acheiropoïetic’ tradition, distributes itself onto the canvas. This Greek term means "not made by the hand of man, miraculously". It is a miracle, because usually, any work is an artefact whose genesis can be studied through the various intermediate stages, the sketches, the preparatory drawings, from a large body of actions, stroke by stroke, which designate it as the work of a human creator. Here however, it is only when the opaque acrylic binder used by Teboul is definitively fixed that the image appears and reveals itself, without unveiling the secrets of its production. Monochromes ? Only in appearance, because the eye, captivated, discovers all the richness of the tones which vibrate uder its surfaces. Translucid, the paintings function like an aquatic mirror in which the spectator sees his own image. Let us be assured, Teboul is neither a magician nor a mystic. At the same time, for over 15 years, he has developed a photographic series in reference to painting. He questions the « institutional » discourse which has often announc

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Gilles Teboul - n°1736

      n°1736

    •  Gilles Teboul - Sans titre 1756 2016, 41 x 33 cm

      Sans titre 1756 2016, 41 x 33 cm

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  • Kloe Vano  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Kloe Vano - Untitled

      Untitled

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Other Represented Artists

Untitled - Kloe Vano

Kloe Vano Untitled

2015
oil on canvas
120 x 100 cm

The unknow - Gillian Hyland

Gillian Hyland The unknow

2015
lambda C-Type print mounted on diasec, ed. 1/8
50 x 76 cm

Mirror Mirror - Gillian Hyland

Gillian Hyland Mirror Mirror

2015
lambda C-Type print mounted on diasec, ed. 1/8
50 x 76 cm

In a sunny day - Jean-Claude Sgro

Jean-Claude Sgro In a sunny day

2015, Photography, 100 × 120 × 5 cm

Acrylic on Altuglas

FE200 Summer 7 - Jean-Philippe Kadzinski

Jean-Philippe Kadzinski FE200 Summer 7

2016, Mixed media, 88.9 × 127 × 5.1 cm

Patchwork of 200 fire escapes from 5 boroughs of NYC on DIASEC

n°1736 -  Gilles Teboul

Gilles Teboul n°1736

2016, acrylic & resin on canvas, 61 x 50 cm - 24 x 19,7 in

Ondes croisées - Pol Durruff

Pol Durruff Ondes croisées

2015, Mixed media, 213.4 × 302.3 × 15.2 cm

Photography & sculpture on Dibond 3D

Sans titre 1756 2016, 41 x 33 cm  -  Gilles Teboul

Gilles Teboul Sans titre 1756 2016, 41 x 33 cm

2016, 41 x 33 cm, Acrylique et résine sur toile

Into the light - Fusako  Ekuni

Fusako Ekuni Into the light

2016, 160 × 117 × 5 cm, Iwaenogu on wood panel covered by cotton with water & glue

Detour -  Benjamin Duke

Benjamin Duke Detour

2016, oil on canvas, 172 x 220 cm - 68 x 87 in

Point of tangency -  Benjamin Duke

Benjamin Duke Point of tangency

2010, 60 x 75 cm, Huile sur toile

Portrait of lady of charpentier - Maryam Alakbarli

Maryam Alakbarli Portrait of lady of charpentier

By listening to Shostakovitch - Maryam Alakbarli

Maryam Alakbarli By listening to Shostakovitch