October 12 - November 25, 2017
The last two years have been rich and rewarding in our gallery’s collaborations with art brut and non-mainstream artists from around the world. We designed this exhibition to introduce and showcase some of those artists and estates we’ve begun working with recently.
We are pleased to be working with Gallery St. Etienne and the family of Serbian old master Ilija Bosilj, in presenting his paintings in this exhibition, and at the Paris and New York Outsider Art Fairs.
Along with Bosilij, our exhibition will include works by Herman Bossert from the Netherlands, Kashinath Chawan from India, Caroline Demangel and Izabella Ortiz from France, Éric Derkenne and Éric Derochette from Belgium, John Devlin from Canada, Frantisek Dymáček and Ota Prouza from the Czech Republic, Davood Koochaki from Iran, and Ryuhei Shibata, Katsuo Tokunaga and Kyoko Arita from Japan.
These artists align with our gallery because each has created a personal universe in their art. The work is not made for an art world agenda, but rather created by private motivations. These artists represent a compelling international presence of creators privileged to work out of the spotlight. The excellence of their oeuvre insists that they come forward.