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This is an image of the lobby entrance of the gallery featuring in the front a small sculpture by Jean Dubuffet titled the welcoming, produced in 1973, this sculpture is part of the 'Hourloupe' series and features Dubuffet signature style to depict a small human figure standing with its right arm up as if waiving. The figure is painted in white while thick black contour lines, blocks of blue and red colors as well as section with blue stripes define this figure and suggest volume with its dynamic aesthetic. On the far left we can see a sculpture by Alexandre Calder titled Haute Couture (High Fashion) which was produced in 1986, the year Calder passed away. This work by Calder depicts a human figure standing on three legs with a revolving top. In the far background we can perceive a painting by Jean Dubuffet titled scissors and painted in 1966 which features a large pair of scissors painted in the Hourloupe style, with blue and red stripes over a black background with no perspective. On the right of the image we can see another painting by Jean Dubuffet titled 'Site Aleatoire avec 2 personnages produced in 1982, this painting depict two characters which bodies are extremely simplified. they just have a head over a chest and two legs no arms.

Installation view of Masterworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

This is the view of the front wall of the lobby entrance which features a painting bt Jean Dubuffet and a sculpture by Joan Miro. We can see the stairs on the right.

Installation view of Masterworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

Installation view of Masterworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

Installation view of Masterworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

Installation image of Pablo Picasso's painting "L'Homme a la pipe" (the man with the pipe) made in 1968. It is a portrait of a man seating on a stool holding a pipe, wearing a red hat.  The background is vibrant and achieved with horizontal yellow stripes.

Installation view of Masterworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

Installation view of one of Alexander Calder's sculpture titled Black II produced in 1949. Its a small stabile standing on three triangular red legs al made of metal but painted red. At the tip of the sculpture rests a yellow triangular shape which carries two stems each ending with a black flat shape. There is also on the right side of this yellow top three other forms held by chains. held one after the other like a cascade. In the background we can see the main gallery with multiple paintings on the walls.

Installation view of Masterworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

This image is a photo of Juan Gris's painting titled, Guitar on a table produced in 1916. This is an installation view that features the lounge area of the gallery's second floor. We can see a glass table, two leather armchair and being them hung on the wall the painting which represents a guitar in a cubist manner. A segment of the painting reflects on the table.

Installation view of Masterworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

This installation view features a close up of Juan Gris's painting titled, Guitar, and produced in 1916.

Installation view of Masterworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

This is an installation view which features a green painting by Lucio Fontana and a large scale painting by Joan Miro.

Installation view of Masterworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

This is an installation view of a Lucio Fontana Painting.

Installation view of Masterworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

This is a general view of the main gallery on the second floor, which features from afar five paintings on the left wall and four painting on the right wall. There is a sculpture by Jean Dubuffet featured in the center of the gallery.

Installation view of Masterworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

Installation view of Masters Works featuring Pablo Picasso's painting, Mousquetaire aux Oiseaux II, 13 January 1972, 1972, Oil on canvas, 146 x 114 cm. (57 ½ x 44 ⅞ in.) Photography by Bianca Boragi. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

Installation view of Masterworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

This photo features a painting by Pablo Picasso which title is "Homme à la pipe et nu couché", 1967. It represents a couple, a man seated smoking a pipe and a naked woman laying down by his side. Both characters fully occupy the canvas. The overall palette color is mauve, the characters are depicted in grey and white tons and their features, hair and attire are made of large black lines.

Installation view of Mastersworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.