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Installation view of the lobby entrance which features the title in white vinyl over a grey wall and a Picasso painting called Bouteille, Guitare Compotier, made in 1922. The painting represents a white guitare depicted in a cubic manner over many juxtaposed grids executed with various colors, red, yellow, blue, black. The overlapping grids create a vibrant composition.

Installation view of The Climax of Cubism. Photography by Bianca Boragi. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

Installation view of The Climax of Cubism. Photography by Bianca Boragi. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY. This image displays a large view of our main gallery space.

Installation view of The Climax of Cubism. Photography by Bianca Boragi. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

Installation view of The Climax of Cubism. Photography by Bianca Boragi. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY. This image features three paintings on a white wall, from, left to right, Pablo Picasso, Partition, Bouteille de Porto, Guitare, Cartes à Jouer (Music Partition, Bottle of Port, Guitar, Playing Cards) made in 1917 representing a still life composed of a guitar and a bottle of porto a news paper on a blue background. All these elements are represented in a cubist manner. The next painting is by fernand Leger and is called, Les Cylindres Colorés (The Colored Cylinders) it's a colorful and abstract composition representing a group of cylinders painted in purple, pink, yellow, white palette delineated with black lines. The last painting on the right is by Georges Braque, it is called, Guitare et Journal: STAL (recto); Femme à la Mandoline (verso) (Guitare and Journal), it is a black and white gouache, the shape of the painting is oval but it is framed in a rectangular frame. The composition is quite abstract and cubist, black lines intersect with curvy lines, we can see a piece of newspapers which letters read STAL and the word telephone.

Installation view of The Climax of Cubism. Photography by Bianca Boragi. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

Installation view of The Climax of Cubism. This photo features four drawings from far, on the left one by Juan Gris, in the middle two by Fernand Leger and on the right one by Picasso.

Installation view of The Climax of Cubism. Photography by Bianca Boragi. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

Installation view of The Climax of Cubism. This photo features two paintings, on the left Juan Gris, Harlequin with a Guitar, 1918 and on the right Pablo Picasso, Partition, Bouteille de Porto, Guitare, Cartes a Jouer, 1917.

Installation view of The Climax of Cubism. Photography by Bianca Boragi. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

Installation view of The Climax of Cubism. This photo features three paintings displayed in the main gallery area. The paintings are, Juan Gris, Guitare sur une Table, 1916, Pablo Picasso, Guitare sur une Table, 1921, and Pablo Picasso, Guitare sur un Tapis Rouge, 1922.

Installation view of The Climax of Cubism. Photography by Bianca Boragi. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

Juan Gris, Bock de Bière, 1911 Charcoal on paper 47.8 x 31.5 cm. (18 7/8 x 12 3/8 in.)  This drawing made with charcoal on paper represents a pint of beer, the shape of it looks prismatic.

Installation view of The Climax of Cubism. Photography by Bianca Boragi. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.

Installation view of The Climax of Cubism. Photography by Bianca Boragi. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY. This photo features a close up of the Painting by Pablo Picasso, Partition, Guitare, Compotier, 1924.

Installation view of The Climax of Cubism. Photography by Bianca Boragi. ©Helly Nahmad Gallery NY.