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theInstallation view of Masterworks. This photo feature a green painting by Lucio Fontana pierced with holes contained in the shape of a circle. Next to the Fontana painting on the right is a large scale sculpture by Joan Miro, in an assemblage manner made of found objects later poured in bronze and painted over, we can see a box standing on one of its side, pierced on the top by a tall yellow fork. There is also a red ball seating on the box.

Installation view of Masterworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

Installation view of Masterworks. View of the lobby entrance featuring a medium size sculpture by French sculptor, painter Jean Dubuffet. The sculpture is titled (The Welcomin) L'Acceuillant and was made in 1973. It represents a human shape standing and waiving with its right arm. The sculpture is overall white but is covered with thick blacl lines, red and blue spots and stripes that define in a simple way the face of this figure. This style is the famous Hourloupe signature style that Dubuffet used in many of his paintings and sculptures.

Installation view of Masterworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

Installation view of Masterworks featuring the sculpture (the welcoming) "L'Accueillant" by Jean Dubuffet.

Installation view of Masterworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

Installation view of Masterworks. This image features two watercolors by Joan Miro the Spanish painter. On the left a medium size watercolors represent a large head painted in black with a mouth open wide and a lively expression. On the right ot os the cover of a poetry magazine, representing a black fish over. a red spot.

Installation view of Masterworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

Installation view of Masterworks. This image shows a sculpture by American sculptor Alexander Calder part of the Critter series, titled "Haute Couture" and produced in 1976. It depicts a man standing on three legs. The top part of the sculpture, including the bust and head was produced as an independent piece that is simply seated on the top and revolving when it catches the wind. On the right is a paiinting by fernand Leger, representing in a palette of primary colors, geometric forms and objects, in a abstract way, depicting an imaginary space. The painting is titled "Objets dans l'espace" and was produced in 1931, the year he discovered NY city for the first time and manifests his impression the city had on him.

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.

Installation view of Masterworks. Thhis image features a painting by Matta.

Installation view of Masterworks. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

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Installation view of Masterworks. ©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.