American sculptor Louise Nevelson was born in Ukrainia. Her works were first presented in Europe with an exhibition at the gallery in 1958, with Omcikous and Mihaïlovitch. Her immense constructions in black wood and her Plexiglas sculptures were shown in a noteworthy exhibition in 1969, followed by her monumental Dark Prescience presented in the exhibition “L’Espace en Demeure” of 1978.

 

exhibitions at the gallery

Matter and Memory. The Patriarch’s Realm.
November 19, 2013 to January 25, 2014

Expansion-Résonance
Inauguration of the Marais Space
October 20, 2008 to January 17, 2009

Pour un jubilé 1947-1997
FIAC 1997 − September 30 to October 6, 1997
and at the gallery – October 7 to December 6, 1997

L’Espace en DemeureNevelson, Vieira da Silva, Abakanowicz
October 11 to November 18, 1978

Recent sculptures
May 2 to June 7, 1969

Pierre Omcikous, Louise Nevelson, Batta Mihaïlovitch
October 14 to November 8, 1958

Louise Nevelson, Shadow and Reflection I, 1966
Black wood
107,9 × 170,5 × 25,6 in
Louise Nevelson, Untitled, 1957
Bois noir
148 × 20 × 12 cm

Black Wood
58,3 x 7,9 x 4,7 in