Di Donna Galleries

Di Donna Galleries DI DONNA is a secondary market gallery based in NYC and specializing in artworks by Modern and Post War artists.
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Today is the final day of  New York, visit us 11AM–6PM at the Park Avenue Armory (stand 334) to discover artworks by twe...
05/14/2024

Today is the final day of New York, visit us 11AM–6PM at the Park Avenue Armory (stand 334) to discover artworks by twentieth-century Modern masters, including Alexander Calder, Paul Klee, Salvador Dalí, Yves Klein, André Masson, Joan Miró, and Yves Tanguy.

The installation also features important works by Paul Klee and Alexander Calder, curated in conjunction with “Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder,” now on view at Di Donna Galleries, a short two block walk from the Armory.
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TEFAF New York
May 10–14
Park Avenue Armory
Stand 334

“Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder”
Through June 8
744 Madison Avenue

Book your reservation now to visit the exhibition, which is viewable by timed entry to ensure a pleasant experience for guests and safe conditions for the works on view. Visit the link in bio or call +1 (212) 259-0444 to schedule your visit.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

Alexander Calder, “Three White Dots on Skinny Platform,” 1964. © 2024 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Alexander Calder, “Blooming Flower,” circa 1928. © 2024 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Alexander Calder, “Untitled,” circa 1946. © 2024 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Alexander Calder, “Toadstool with Feather,” 1948. © 2024 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.
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Visit us at  New York through tomorrow, Tuesday, May 14 (stand 334) to discover artworks by twentieth-century Modern mas...
05/13/2024

Visit us at New York through tomorrow, Tuesday, May 14 (stand 334) to discover artworks by twentieth-century Modern masters, including Alexander Calder, Paul Klee, Salvador Dalí, Yves Klein, André Masson, Joan Miró, and Yves Tanguy.

The installation also features important works by Paul Klee and Alexander Calder, curated in conjunction with “Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder,” now on view at Di Donna Galleries, a short two block walk from the Armory.
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TEFAF New York
May 10–14
Park Avenue Armory
Stand 334

“Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder”
Through June 8
744 Madison Avenue

Book your reservation now to visit the exhibition, which is viewable by timed entry to ensure a pleasant experience for guests and safe conditions for the works on view. Visit the link in bio or call +1 (212) 259-0444 to schedule your visit.  
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Paul Klee, “Berg und Luft Synthetisch (Mountain and Air Synthetic),” 1930. © Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Alexander Calder, “Four Dots with Brass Tail,” circa 1953. © 2024 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.
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Opening today, May 10, our presentation at  New York features artists who pushed boundaries of artistic production and e...
05/10/2024

Opening today, May 10, our presentation at New York features artists who pushed boundaries of artistic production and embraced experimentation in the 20th century. Highlights on view include sculptures, paintings, and works on paper by Salvador Dalí, Yves Klein, André Masson, Joan Míro, and Yves Tanguy.

The installation also features important works by Paul Klee and Alexander Calder, curated in conjunction with “Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder,” now on view at Di Donna Galleries, a short two block walk from the Armory.
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TEFAF New York
May 10–14
Park Avenue Armory
Stand 334

“Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder”
Through June 8
744 Madison Avenue

Book your reservation now to visit the exhibition, which is viewable by timed entry to ensure a pleasant experience for guests and safe conditions for the works on view. Visit the link in bio or call +1 (212) 259-0444 to schedule your visit. 

Visit us May 10–14 at the Park Avenue Armory, stand 334.

Join us this week at  New York for a focused presentation of artworks by twentieth-century Modern masters, including scu...
05/09/2024

Join us this week at New York for a focused presentation of artworks by twentieth-century Modern masters, including sculptures, paintings, and works on paper by Salvador Dalí, Yves Klein, André Masson, Joan Míro, and Yves Tanguy—artists who pushed boundaries of artistic production and embraced experimentation.

The installation also features important works by Paul Klee and Alexander Calder, curated in conjunction with “Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder,” now on view at Di Donna Galleries, a short two block walk from the Armory.
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TEFAF New York
May 10–14
Park Avenue Armory
Stand 334

“Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder”
Through June 8
744 Madison Avenue

Book your reservation now to visit the exhibition, which is viewable by timed entry to ensure a pleasant experience for guests and safe conditions for the works on view. Visit the link in bio or call +1 (212) 259-0444 to schedule your visit.  
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Yves Klein, “Sculpture éponge bleue (SE 328),” circa 1959. © 2024 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York /ADAGP, Paris.
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Calder’s “Constellation” from 1943 balances delicately under the shadow of the artist’s “Roxbury Fish” from circa 1948. ...
05/08/2024

Calder’s “Constellation” from 1943 balances delicately under the shadow of the artist’s “Roxbury Fish” from circa 1948. See these works in “Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder,” organized in close collaboration with the Calder Foundation () and on view through June 8.

Book your reservation now to visit the exhibition, which is viewable by timed entry to ensure a pleasant experience for guests and safe conditions for the works on view. Visit the link in bio or call +1 (212) 259-0444 to schedule your visit.  

“Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder”
Through June 8
744 Madison Avenue

Alexander Calder, “Constellation,” 1943. Calder Foundation, New York. © 2024 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Klee and Calder, in conversation. “Enchanted Reverie” explores Paul Klee and Alexander Calder’s masterful command of lin...
05/05/2024

Klee and Calder, in conversation. “Enchanted Reverie” explores Paul Klee and Alexander Calder’s masterful command of line and color, revealing the intricate connections that both capture and bind us to the concrete and metaphysical realms.

Book your reservation now to visit the exhibition, which is viewable by timed entry to ensure a pleasant experience for guests and safe conditions for the works on view. Visit the link in bio or call +1 (212) 259-0444 to schedule your visit.  

“Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder”
Through June 8
744 Madison Avenue

Paul Klee, “Kinder vor der Stadt (Children Before the Town),” 1928. Private Collection. On permanent loan to Museum Berggruen, Nationalgalerie—Staatliche Museen zu Berlin. © 2024 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Alexander Calder, “Little Wooden Mobile,” circa 1943. Calder Foundation, New York. © 2024 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Alexander Calder, “Untitled,” 1939. Calder Foundation, New York. © 2024 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Scale for Calder was not simply about height or width but about creating a range of conditions in which to experience ne...
05/03/2024

Scale for Calder was not simply about height or width but about creating a range of conditions in which to experience new perceptions and empathies. This work, “Tiny Black” from 1962, was created the very same year Calder began working with an industrial foundry in Tours, France, supervising ironworkers in the fabrication of some of the most colossal works he would ever make.

See the work in “Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder,” organized in close collaboration with the Calder Foundation (), now on view through June 8.

Book your reservation now to visit the exhibition, which is viewable by timed entry to ensure a pleasant experience for guests and safe conditions for the works on view. Visit the link in bio or call +1 (212) 259-0444 to schedule your visit.  

“Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder”
Through June 8
744 Madison Avenue

Alexander Calder, “Tiny Black,” 1962. Private Collection. © 2024 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

A solitary red fish swims in Paul Klee’s “Underwater Garden,” alongside “Le Poisson de huit heures,” a mobile Alexander ...
05/01/2024

A solitary red fish swims in Paul Klee’s “Underwater Garden,” alongside “Le Poisson de huit heures,” a mobile Alexander Calder created as birthday present for his older daughter, Sandra Calder Davidson, who turned thirty the day the work was created.

See these works in “Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder,” organized in close collaboration with the Calder Foundation (), now on view through June 8.

The exhibition is viewable by timed entry to ensure a pleasant experience for guests and safe conditions for the works on view. Visit the link in bio or call +1 (212) 259-0444 to schedule your visit.  

“Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder”
Through June 8
744 Madison Avenue

Paul Klee, “Unterwasser-Garten (Underwater Garden),” 1939. Private Collection. © Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Alexander Calder, “Le Poisson de huit heures,” 1965. Calder Foundation, New York. © 2024 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Klee and Calder were last paired together in an exhibition 80 years ago. A catalogue essay from that exhibition sheds li...
04/28/2024

Klee and Calder were last paired together in an exhibition 80 years ago. A catalogue essay from that exhibition sheds lights on their: “Klee shares with Calder his sure feeling for temporal and spatial relationships…Klee in his paintings and Calder in his wire sculptures show an acute social awareness. Although their media differ, Klee and Calder are allied by a rhythmic lightness and balance, a gay vibrancy and especially in Klee by an unequaled sense of empathy.”

Experience the artists’ reunion in “Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder,” organized in collaboration with the and on view through June 8.

The exhibition is viewable by timed entry to ensure a pleasant experience for guests and safe conditions for the works on view. Visit the link in bio or call +1 (212) 259-0444 to schedule your visit.

Alexander Calder, “Large Red Planet,” 1932. Calder Foundation, New York. © 2024 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Paul Klee, “Mit dem grünen Quadrat (With the Green Square),” 1919. Collection of Gretchen and John Berggruen, San Francisco. © 2024 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn.

Alexander Calder, “Constellation with Bottles,” 1943. Calder Foundation, New York. © 2024 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Paul Klee, “Allerseelen-Bild (All Souls’ Picture),” 1921. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Berggruen Klee Collection, 1987 (1987.455.5). © 2024 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn.

Alexander Calder, “Flower,” circa 1928. Calder Foundation, New York. © 2024 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Paul Klee, “Einsame Blüte (Lonely Flower),” 1934. Columbus Museum of Art; Gift of Howard D. and Babette L. Sirak, the Donors to the Campaign for Enduring Excellence, and the Derby Fund. © Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn.

Paul Klee, “Berg und Luft Synthetisch (Mountain and Air Synthetic),” 1930. Private Collection. © 2024 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn.

Discover the first dedicated exhibition of Paul Klee and Alexander Calder in 80 years. “Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Cald...
04/23/2024

Discover the first dedicated exhibition of Paul Klee and Alexander Calder in 80 years. “Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder,” organized in close collaboration with the Calder Foundation (), features over 40 works, including loans from distinguished private collections and international institutions including the Fondation Beyeler, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Art Institute of Chicago, as well as an impressive selection of works from the Calder Foundation.

Book your reservation now to visit the exhibition, which is viewable by timed entry to ensure a pleasant experience for guests and safe conditions for the works on view. Visit the link in bio or call +1 (212) 259-0444 to schedule your visit.  

“Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder”
Through June 8
744 Madison Avenue

© 2024 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn.

© 2024 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

In a 1962 interview, Calder was asked, “What artists do you most admire?” He replied, “Goya, Miró, Matisse, Bosch and Kl...
04/21/2024

In a 1962 interview, Calder was asked, “What artists do you most admire?” He replied, “Goya, Miró, Matisse, Bosch and Klee.” “Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder” explores the commonalities between these two prolific artists.

Organized in close collaboration with the Calder Foundation (), the exhibition brings together over 40 paintings, sculptures, and works on paper from international public and private collections.

Book your reservation now to view “Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder.” The exhibition is viewable by timed entry to ensure a pleasant experience for guests and safe conditions for the works on view. Visit the link in bio or call +1 (212) 259-0444 to schedule your visit.  

“Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder”
Through June 8
744 Madison Avenue

© 2024 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn.

© 2024 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Opening today, “Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder” explores Paul Klee and Alexander Calder’s masterful command of line ...
04/19/2024

Opening today, “Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder” explores Paul Klee and Alexander Calder’s masterful command of line and color, revealing the intricate connections that both capture and bind us to the concrete and metaphysical realms.

Organized in close collaboration with the Calder Foundation (), the exhibition brings together over 40 paintings, sculptures, and works on paper from international public and private collections, illuminating Klee and Calder’s shared metaphysical understanding of the universe’s unseen forces.

Book your reservation now to view “Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder.” The exhibition is viewable by timed entry to ensure a pleasant experience for guests and safe conditions for the works on view. Visit the link in bio or call +1 (212) 259-0444 to schedule your visit.  

“Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder”
April 19–June 8
744 Madison Avenue
Please note there will not be an opening reception for the exhibition

© 2024 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn
© 2024 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Book your reservation now to view “Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder,” opening Friday, April 19. The exhibition is view...
04/11/2024

Book your reservation now to view “Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder,” opening Friday, April 19. The exhibition is viewable by timed entry to ensure a pleasant experience for guests and safe conditions for the works on view. Visit the link in bio or call +1 (212) 259-0444 to schedule your visit.  

Organized in close collaboration with the Calder Foundation (), the exhibition will bring together over 40 paintings, sculptures, and works on paper from international public and private collections, illuminating Klee and Calder’s shared metaphysical understanding of the universe’s unseen forces.

“Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder”
April 19–June 8
744 Madison Avenue
Please note there will not be an opening reception for the exhibition

Paul Klee, “Einsame Blüte (Lonely Flower),” 1934. Columbus Museum of Art; Gift of Howard D. and Babette L. Sirak, the Donors to the Campaign for Enduring Excellence, and the Derby Fund. © Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn.

Alexander Calder, “Untitled,” 1939. Calder Foundation, New York. © 2024 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Opening this month, “Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder” marks the first dedicated reunion of Klee and Calder since 1942...
04/05/2024

Opening this month, “Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder” marks the first dedicated reunion of Klee and Calder since 1942, when the Cincinnati Modern Art Society assembled one of the earliest known exhibitions to juxtapose the artists’ work.
 
Organized in close collaboration with the Calder Foundation (), the exhibition will bring together over 40 paintings, sculptures, and works on paper from international public and private collections, illuminating Klee and Calder’s shared metaphysical understanding of the universe’s unseen forces.
 
“Enchanted Reverie” will be viewable by timed entry to ensure a pleasant experience for guests and safe conditions for the works on view. Visit didonna.com for more information.
 
“Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder”
April 19–June 8
744 Madison Avenue
 
Detail of Paul Klee, “Sonnenuntergang (Sunset)” with detail of Alexander Calder, “Untitled” overlaid.
 
Paul Klee, “Sonnenuntergang (Sunset)” (detail), 1930. The Art Institute of Chicago, Gift of Mary and Leigh Block, 1981.13. © Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn.
 
Alexander Calder, “Untitled” (detail), 1939. Calder Foundation, New York. © 2024 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.
 

Di Donna Galleries () in close collaboration with the the Calder Foundation () is pleased to announce “Enchanted Reverie...
03/06/2024

Di Donna Galleries () in close collaboration with the the Calder Foundation () is pleased to announce “Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder,” the first dedicated exhibition of Paul Klee and Alexander Calder in 80 years. 
 
Opening April 18, the exhibition will bring together over 40 paintings, sculptures, and works on paper from international public and private collections, illuminating Klee and Calder’s shared metaphysical understanding of the universe’s unseen forces.
 
“Enchanted Reverie” is viewable by timed entry only. Visit didonna.com for more information.
 
“Enchanted Reverie: Klee and Calder”
April 18–June 8
744 Madison Avenue
 
Alexander Calder, “Red Maze III” (detail), 1954. © 2024 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.
 
Paul Klee, “Unterwasser‐Garten (Underwater Garden),” 1939. Private Collection © 2024 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.
 

Sélavy by Di Donna presents “Rock/Paper/Scissors,” curated in collaboration with  • Inspired by the popular hand game, ...
11/10/2023

Sélavy by Di Donna presents “Rock/Paper/Scissors,” curated in collaboration with • Inspired by the popular hand game, the salon is unified by a narrative surrounding the primary media of stone, paper, and metal. The assembled objects emphasize their respective materiality and celebrate the playful, often intricate artistic techniques employed in their creation — including paper collage, carved stone, and manipulated metal fabrications.

The exhibition includes works by Alma Allen, Jean (Hans) Arp, Alexander Calder, Tara Donovan, Jean Dubuffet, Lucio Fontana, Frank Gehry, Rogan Gregory, Keith Haring, David Hockney, Yayoi Kusama, Alicja Kwade, Sol LeWitt, Isamu Noguchi, Claes Oldenburg, Rick Owens, Man Ray, Ed Ruscha, Faye Toogood, Victor Vasarely, Andy Warhol, and more.

“Rock/Paper/Scissors”
November 10, 2023 – January 19, 2024
744 Madison Avenue
Explore the salon on Selavy.com

Open Monday – Friday, 10am – 6pm and Saturday, November 11, 10am – 6pm, or by appointment

© 2023 Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
© 2023 Man Ray Trust / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris
© 2023 Yayoi Kusama
© 2023 Estate of Isamu Noguchi / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
© Saloua Raouda Choucair, courtesy of the Artist's Estate

Today is the final day to visit us at  (booth E13) and discover a vibrant selection of artworks ranging from early geome...
06/18/2023

Today is the final day to visit us at (booth E13) and discover a vibrant selection of artworks ranging from early geometric abstractions and fantastic Surrealist compositions to paintings and sculptures from the Post-war period.

Alexander Archipenko, “Dance, 1912-13/1959” (1964), Bronze, 60 by 46.4 by 41.9 cm (23⅝ by 18¼ by 16½ in.). © 2023 Estate of Alexander Archipenko / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Highlights from our 2023  presentation include exquisite jewel-toned watercolors and oil paintings by Paul Klee and Wass...
06/16/2023

Highlights from our 2023 presentation include exquisite jewel-toned watercolors and oil paintings by Paul Klee and Wassily Kandinsky, pioneering artists of the Bauhaus movement and the Blue Four, showcasing their lyrical investigations of nonobjective forms.

See these works in our Switzerland presentation through June 18 (booth E13).

Visit us at  through June 18 | Booth E13Featuring paintings, sculptures, and works on paper by artists such as Alexander...
06/15/2023

Visit us at through June 18 | Booth E13

Featuring paintings, sculptures, and works on paper by artists such as Alexander Archipenko, Jean (Hans) Arp, John Baldessari, Alexander Calder, Marc Chagall, Jean Dubuffet, Leonor Fini, Gray Foy, Jane Graverol, Keith Haring, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Félix Labisse, Marcel Mariën, André Masson, Joan Mitchell, Henry Moore, Meret Oppenheim, Pablo Picasso, Egon Schiele, Yves Tanguy, Andy Warhol, among others.

Highlights from our 2023  presentation include dream-inspired landscapes by the Belgian surrealist painter Jane Graverol...
06/14/2023

Highlights from our 2023 presentation include dream-inspired landscapes by the Belgian surrealist painter Jane Graverol and a diverse selection of works by Meret Oppenheim showcasing her artistic experimentation. Innovative, radical, and profound, the works on view capture the creative genius behind artistic movements across America and Europe such as the Bauhaus, Surrealism, and Modern sculpture.

Visit us through June 18 at our booth (E13) and online.

© 2022 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.​​​​​​​​

Painted in 1964, “Untitled (Blues Away)” is characteristic of Joan Mitchell’s gestural paintings and belongs to a suite ...
06/11/2023

Painted in 1964, “Untitled (Blues Away)” is characteristic of Joan Mitchell’s gestural paintings and belongs to a suite of fourteen small scale works known as “14 Stations on Paris Subway,” executed in 1964 and 1965. Inspired by earlier abstract compositions of trees, the “Paris Subway” paintings are dominated by floating central forms resembling puffs of smoke emanating from subway trains, a distant memory of the artist while traveling through Paris. Examples from this series are represented in important public collections, including the Yale University Art Gallery and the Kreeger Museum in Washington D.C.

See this work in our Art Basel presentation June 15–18 at Switzerland (booth E13).

Joan Mitchell, “Untitled (Blues Away),” 1964. © Estate of Joan Mitchell.

Today is the final day to visit us at  New York and discover five decades of works by pioneering Surrealist Meret Oppenh...
05/16/2023

Today is the final day to visit us at New York and discover five decades of works by pioneering Surrealist Meret Oppenheim.

Find us at stand 334 at the Park Avenue Armory 12–6PM today.

Visit us at  through tomorrow, Tuesday, May 16, where we are celebrating the boundary-breaking practice of Surrealist ar...
05/15/2023

Visit us at through tomorrow, Tuesday, May 16, where we are celebrating the boundary-breaking practice of Surrealist artist Meret Oppenheim on our stand (334).

Oppenheim famously resisted formal categorization of her work, and even her Surrealist origin as an artist, but she was unafraid to explore the unconventional and, by doing so, defied societal expectations and inspired countless artists.

Discover objects, works on paper, mixed media, and oil paintings, including several works that were part of the recent retrospective of Oppenheim at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, this week at .

TEFAF New York
Monday, May 15, 12–8PM
Tuesday, May 16, 12–6PM

We are proud to share recent press from our  New York presentation this week at the Park Avenue Armory. Swipe through fo...
05/13/2023

We are proud to share recent press from our New York presentation this week at the Park Avenue Armory. Swipe through for coverage in , .Official, and , exploring our focus on the work of Meret Oppenheim.
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Opening today—“Man Ray’s Paris Portraits: 1921–1939” highlights rarely seen self-portraits and intimate portrayals of th...
04/26/2023

Opening today—“Man Ray’s Paris Portraits: 1921–1939” highlights rarely seen self-portraits and intimate portrayals of the artists, writers, and intellectuals surrounding May Ray across nearly 20 years of the artist’s life.

“Man Ray’s Paris Portraits: 1921–1939”
April 26–June 2
Opening Reception | Wednesday, April 26 from 6–8PM
744 Madison Avenue
In collaboration with Timothy Baum



© Man Ray 2015 Trust / Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY / ADAGP, Paris 2023.

“Man Ray’s Paris Portraits: 1921–1939” opens tomorrow, April 26, featuring 70 rare vintage silver prints that offer insi...
04/25/2023

“Man Ray’s Paris Portraits: 1921–1939” opens tomorrow, April 26, featuring 70 rare vintage silver prints that offer insight into one of the greatest artists and
photographers of the twentieth century.

Captured in 1925, this portrait by Man Ray depicts famed artist Marcel Duchamp playing chess with writer Raoul De Roussy De Sales.

“Man Ray’s Paris Portraits: 1921–1939”
April 26–June 2
Opening Reception | Wednesday, April 26 from 6–8PM
744 Madison Avenue
In collaboration with Timothy Baum

Man Ray. “Marcel Duchamp Playing Chess with Raoul De Roussy de Sales in Man Ray’s Studio”. 1925. Vintage silver print.



© Man Ray 2015 Trust / Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY / ADAGP, Paris 2023.

Painter, cabaret performer, and fixture in the Parisian art scene of the 1920s, Kiki de Montparnasse was Man Ray’s lover...
04/18/2023

Painter, cabaret performer, and fixture in the Parisian art scene of the 1920s, Kiki de Montparnasse was Man Ray’s lover and muse from 1921–29 and the subject of the artist’s Surrealist masterpiece “Le Violon d’Ingres.” See this portrait of her in “Man Ray’s Paris Portraits: 1921–1939,” opening April 26 at Di Donna Galleries in collaboration with Timothy Baum.

“Man Ray’s Paris Portraits: 1921–1939”
April 26–June 2
Opening Reception | Wednesday, April 26 from 6–8PM
744 Madison Avenue

Man Ray. “Kiki (en Chapeau)”. 1925–26. Vintage silver print.



© Man Ray 2015 Trust / Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY / ADAGP, Paris 2023.

Throughout the 1920s, Man Ray repeatedly captured the striking presence of writer, collector, and prolific advocate of t...
04/14/2023

Throughout the 1920s, Man Ray repeatedly captured the striking presence of writer, collector, and prolific advocate of the avant-garde, Gertrude Stein.

See this work and others in “Man Ray’s Paris Portraits: 1921–1939,” opening April 26 at Di Donna Galleries in collaboration with Timothy Baum.  

“Man Ray’s Paris Portraits: 1921–1939”
April 26–June 2
Opening Reception | Wednesday, April 26 from 6–8PM
744 Madison Avenue

Man Ray. “Gertrude Stein”. 1925–26. Vintage silver print.



© Man Ray 2015 Trust / Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY / ADAGP, Paris 2023.

One of Man Ray’s earliest solarized portraits of André Breton—writer, poet, and co-founding leader of Surrealism. Breton...
04/12/2023

One of Man Ray’s earliest solarized portraits of André Breton—writer, poet, and co-founding leader of Surrealism. Breton described Man Ray as a “perfect expert of photography and of the lineage of the best painters” for his ability to use the medium of photography to explore the region of the soul that “painting thought would be able to reserve for itself.”

See this work in “Man Ray’s Paris Portraits: 1921–1939,” opening April 26 at Di Donna Galleries in collaboration with Timothy Baum.

“Man Ray’s Paris Portraits: 1921–1939”
April 26–June 2
Opening Reception | Wednesday, April 26 from 6–8PM
744 Madison Avenue

Man Ray. “André Breton”. circa 1930. Vintage solarized silver print.



© Man Ray 2015 Trust / Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY / ADAGP, Paris 2023.

Di Donna Galleries is thrilled to present “Man Ray’s Paris Portraits: 1921 - 1939,” featuring 70 rare vintage silver pri...
04/06/2023

Di Donna Galleries is thrilled to present “Man Ray’s Paris Portraits: 1921 - 1939,” featuring 70 rare vintage silver prints that offer insight into one of the greatest artists and photographers of the twentieth century. The exhibition is presented in collaboration with Timothy Baum—poet, art collector, and specialist in Dada and Surrealism who knew Man Ray personally.

The exhibition celebrates Man Ray and his creative circle between the war years with intimate portrayals of André Breton, Meret Oppenheim, Marcel Duchamp, André Derain, Ernest Hemingway, and Gertrude Stein, alongside rarely seen self-portraits.

“Man Ray’s Paris Portraits: 1921 - 1939”
April 26–June 2
Cocktail Reception | Wednesday, April 26 from 6–8PM
744 Madison Avenue

Man Ray. “Self Portrait”. 1924. Vintage silver print.



© Man Ray 2015 Trust / Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY / ADAGP, Paris 2023.

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