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Collectors will be able to discover near 800 exceptional works across diverse mediums and periods and explore virtual walkthroughs and other parallel programming presented by exhibitors. As Art Basel continues to enhance its digital platform, a new feature has been introduced to this edition that allows users to create and share collections of favorite artworks and viewing rooms.

 

Several galleries will present historical works that pushed the boundaries of Modern art, including early to mid-20th century paintings by Jean Fautrier, who initiated the ‘Art Informel’ movement, at Applicat-Prazan; Kukje Gallery’s presentation of ‘Conjunction’ paintings by Ha Chong-Hyun, a master of Dansaekhwa and an instrumental figure in defining Korean modernism; and works on paper by Sonia Delaunay-Terk, a leading artist of the pre-war Paris Avant-Garde, shown by Galerie Zlotowski. Ben Brown Fine Arts will feature works by Alighiero Boetti, a prominent member of the Arte Povera movement who forged his own unique explorations of time, space, and language, while Watanuki Ltd. / Toki-no-Wasuremono will focus on sculptures and mixed-media works by Nobuo Sekine, a member of Mono-ha and a crucial figure in post-war Japanese art.

 

Bergamin & Gomide will focus on a solo presentation of Mira Schendel's work creating a dialogue between her ‘Monotypes’, ‘Little Nothings’ and ‘Little Stubs’ series all created with rice paper. ‘OVR: Pioneers’ will also feature artists who are at the forefront of challenging urgent sociopolitical issues through their practices.

 

Gagosian will exhibit ‘American Tapestry’ made from strips of decommissioned fire hoses by Theaster Gates, while Alison Jacques Gallery’s solo presentation, ‘Gordon Parks: The Heart, Not the Eye’ will span over 30 years of the artist’s remarkable career, encompassing visions of resistance, intimacy, and racial inequity. Hayv Kahraman’s new body of works, presented at Pilar Corrias, will examine the borders of selfhood in relation to the politics of the nation state, while Mendes Wood DM will dedicate its viewing room to Paulo Nazareth, whose work raises awareness around issues of immigration, globalization, and colonialism in his native Brazil and the Global South. Roberts Projects will showcase washboard assemblages by Betye Saar, and two ambitious works by Penny Siopis made nearly two decades apart will be featured by Stevenson. Artists working in new media and technology play a central role in ‘OVR: Pioneers’.

 

Miao Ying’s ‘Pilgrimage into Walden XII - The Honor of Shepherds,’ presented by Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder, is a live simulation software that takes place in a medieval fantasy land and features six artificial intelligence ‘Social Shepherds’ that guard the land and its citizens.

 

Altman Siegel will present both new and early works by Trevor Paglen, whose provocative oeuvre occupies the intersection of photography, artificial intelligence, and mass surveillance, while Lisson Gallery will show mixed-media works based on facial recognition by Tony Oursler.

 

Hosfelt Gallery will present Alan Rath’s sculptures made with robotics and computer-generated video. Marianne Boesky Gallery will bring together works by Frank Stella that highlight the artist’s groundbreaking use of computer modeling and 3-D printing from the early 1990s to the present day.

 

Early pioneers of media art will also be featured, including Gretchen Bender at Metro Pictures. Noah Horowitz, Director Americas, Art Basel commented: ‘Our galleries have deployed a wide range of creative approaches to the expansive theme of ‘Pioneers.’ This online-only event not only celebrates how artists have pushed the boundaries of artistic production in the modern period but also revisits this conversation in the context of the present moment through myriads of perspectives, geographies and mediums.

 

We look forward to sharing these journeys with our global audiences and are confident that there will be fascinating discoveries for even the most experienced collectors, as well as inspiring artistic experiences for patrons newly joining our digital channels.’ For the full gallery list, please visit artbasel.com/ovr. The Online Viewing Rooms will be available via the Art Basel website under artbasel.com/ovr, as well as on the Art Basel App for the most mobile-friendly experience.

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  香港蘇富比中國書畫秋季拍賣將於10月2日舉行,屆時推出近270幀近現代名家佳作,總估價逾2億3,000萬港元*。焦點包括張大千兩幅六尺鉅製:潑彩《自畫像與黑虎》及工筆《臨敦煌觀音像》、吳冠中之香港舊街速寫《人人盡說花布街》,以及李可染《崑崙山色》等。源自歐洲私人收藏之傅抱石《激石泉咽圖》,盡見畫家「金剛坡時期」之筆墨特色;而吳湖帆青綠山水《曉雲碧嶂》則為『「梅景書屋」師生書畫專輯』之焦點。另「澄心軒」收藏、曹氏「默齋」收藏皆集中於十九、二十世紀初上海及蘇州畫壇名家作品,尤能體現收藏家精挑細選之品味。

 

蘇富比中國書畫部代理主管葉卓敏表示:「蘇富比中國書畫部秋拍蒐羅多件別具意義的名家傑構。其中以張大千不同時期之人物畫,尤為矚目。一為敦煌時期臨石窟之《臨敦煌觀音像》,少於博物館以外流傳;另一潑彩金箋《自畫像與黑虎》,乃其自畫像之代表作,色彩斑斕,氣魄懾人。此外更有吳冠中於香港舊街重建前所畫之《人人盡說花布街》、傅抱石東北寫生《煤都壯觀》,以及李可染以毛澤東詞意創作之《崑崙山色》,皆為畫家受時代發展啟發之創作,不但極具歷史意義,亦展示非凡造詣。作品不少源自重要私人珍藏,流傳有緒,部份更鮮見於拍場,稀有難得!」

重要私人收藏

張大千《自畫像與黑虎》

潑墨潑彩金箋 鏡框

176 x 96 公分

估價待詢

 

大千先生以自畫像入畫,可謂同時代畫家中數量最夥者。本幅取六尺金箋為材,大千長袍側立,開卷在手。身傍巨犬乃藏獒,體型健碩,墨黑披身,毛質細密。畫中背景全以濃淡石青石綠潑灑,礦物顏料色澤厚重,在金箋上色彩如寶石般斑斕耀目,與滿體通墨之藏獒恰成強列對比,氣魄懾人。畫就,一直自存,後留付夫人徐雯波,日後轉入「謫仙館」收藏。

吳冠中《人人盡說花布街》

1990年作

鋼筆設色紙本 鏡框 

53.3 x 47.7 公分

估價:100萬 – 150萬港元

 

1990年11月,吳冠中應土地發展公司邀請到香港訪問、寫生,描繪他眼中的東方之珠,翌年舉辦展覽。本幅即寫於此行,所畫乃「香港永安街」,原為貫穿皇后大道中與德輔道中的小巷,自上世紀初以販賣布匹聞名,故又名「花布街」。九十年代初因社區重建被拆,部份店舖調遷上環西港城。本幅取景街道一端,畫家巧妙地運用色點與線條,展示布疋堆砌交織的老街景象,上方中英招牌層叠交錯,正香港華洋文化同處的特色。藍白相間的帆幕外,露出舊式房舍屋頂,間隙中佇立高聳的摩登高廈,城市的舊姿新貌在畫家敏銳筆觸下靈活再現。