Artworks By Van Gogh, Yayoi Kusama And More Will Be On Display In Hong Kong From March 2021
Lévy Gorvy's latest exhibition, Eternal Seasons, opens on March 25 at the gallery's space in Hong Kong. The artworks in the exhibition span 150 years of art history from Impressionism to the present day. The show will feature a selection of masterpieces depicting the four seasons, capturing the cyclical nature of life and offering insight into how artists perceive and depict the ever-changing landscape.
The exhibition will be shown as two consecutive presentations: the first highlights the works by Impressionist masters such as Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edvard Munch, Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Odilon Redon, Raoul Dufy and Henri Le Sidaner—many of which are being shown in Asia for the first time.
Henri Le Sidaner's "La maison aux roses, Versailles", 1936 (Photo: Courtesy of Lévy Gorvy)
Raoul Dufy's Depiquage jaune, 1946 (Photo: Courtesy of Lévy Gorvy)
Henri Le Sidaner's "Petite porte de Trianon, Versailles", 1926 (Photo: Courtesy of Lévy Gorvy)
Pierre-Auguste Renoir's "Deux femmes dans le jardin de Cagnes", 1918 (Photo: Courtesy of Lévy Gorvy)
Claude Monet's "Panier de pommes", 1885 (Photo: Courtesy of Lévy Gorvy)
Paul Gauguin's "La maison blanche", 1885 (Photo: Courtesy of Lévy Gorvy)
Vincent Van Gogh's "A view of a Park in Paris", 1886 (Photo: Courtesy of Lévy Gorvy)
Van Gogh's View of a Park in Paris will be the highlight of the first half of the exhibition. The artwork once belonged to the poet and art critic Albert Aurier, who wrote the first serious review of Van Gogh's work in 1890 and owned 14 paintings by the artist.
The second presentation opens on April 28 and will focus on international post-war and contemporary artists, such as Yayoi Kusama and Zao Wou-Ki. Some of the artworks that will be on display have been created especially for the show. More information on the artworks in the second half will be announced in the coming weeks.
Eternal Seasons will run from March 25–May 31, 2021 at the Lévy Gorvy gallery located at G/F, 2 Ice House Street, Hong Kong.