This is the second time that the Huberty & Breyne has been involved with the Art Elysées art fair, and on this occasion the gallery is giving carte blanche to one of its key artists: Philippe Geluck.
Ensconced on Paris's legendary avenue, the Cat - one of the veritable icons of the Comics world - gives free reign to his characteristically sardonic humour, laughing merrily at Art with a capital "A", its history and its conventions.
In a series of paintings, original drawings, sculptures and silk prints, the Cat takes a good look at the art world and spares no one. From Christo to Lichtenstein, via Soulages, Munch and Fontana, everyone takes a hit - albeit a gentle one.
Jean-Claude Götting's most recent creations will also be on display on stand 112A before transferring to the walls of the Paris gallery for an exhibition of the artist's new works.


Video - Philippe Geluck - Art Élysées - 2018
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Philippe Geluck - Art Élysées - 2018