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Installation view of Collecting Mastersworks, featuring the lobby entrance where a Dubuffet painting is featured. We can see the stairs on the right which lead to the second floor where the main gallery space is.

Installation view of Mastersworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

This photo was taken in the lobby entrance it features two artworks' large Stabile sculpture by Calder and a Dubuffet painting on the right.

Installation view of Mastersworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

This photo was taken on the second floor of the gallery where the exhibition continues.  It is an installation view of a large scale painting by Spanish Joan Miro.

Installation view of Mastersworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

This photos an installation view of the exhibition Masterworks, 2019 that features two paintings on the left a painting by Fernand Leger and on the right a painting by Max Ernst.

Installation view of Mastersworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

Installation view of Mastersworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY. This photo shows the main gallery space on the second floor. We can see three medium size paintings on the left side. In the center of the photo there is a sculpture by Dubuffet and hung on the walls on the right there is four medium size paintings.

Installation view of Mastersworks. ©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 Mastersworks. ©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.