Past Exhibitions

  • Robert Marc5 December 2014 - 23 January 2015

    Alon Zakaim Fine Art is proud to exhibit a selection of Robert Marc works from the collection which are on display for the first time since the late 1980s. Reminiscent of analytical Cubism and with influences from Russian Constructivism and Paris in the 60s, Marc's palette is rich and complex, and his obsessive exploration into geometrically constructed planes of colour has resulted in an instantly recognisable and unique style.

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  • Oleg Tselkov | Alter Ego5-7 Dover St, 17 October - 28 November 2014

    Alon Zakaim Fine Art is proud to present Alter Ego, a major UK exhibition of the work of Russian artist Oleg Tselkov. One of the most influential and highly regarded artists of his generation, Tselkov's work has challenged audiences for five decades; expelled from the USSR in 1977 due to his provocative paintings, his works are now included in many of the world's most important private and state collections. Coinciding with the year of the artist's 80th birthday, the exhibition will be a tribute to the enduring influence and importance of Tselkov's work over his prodigious career.

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  • Impressionist and Modern5-7 Dover Street, 11 September - 13 October 2014

    Alon Zakaim Fine Art is proud to announce their latest Impressionist and Modern exhibition. A selection of important works will be showcased including those by Georges Braque, Marc Chagall, Camille Pissarro, Louis Anquetin and Kees van Dongen to name a few.

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  • Contemporary and Modern Summer Exhibition 20145-7 Dover St, 23 July - 5 September 2014

    Alon Zakaim Fine Art is proud to announce their latest Contemporary and Modern Summer Exhibition at their Dover Street gallery. The exhibition will showcase a range of iconic images by legendary photographers alongside important post-cubist works.

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  • Dan McDermott | Transmission30 Cork St, 2 December 2013 - 29 January 2014

    Alon Zakaim Fine Art is proud to present Transmission, a solo exhibition of British artist Dan McDermott's provocative new works. Executed in McDermott's meticulous Photorealist style, the artist has adopted a radically Postmodern approach to his subject matter. Taking paintings by the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist masters as his source material, the imagery is drastically altered; as though seen through a television signal blurred and distorted by interference, ground breaking works such as Manet's Olympia and Degas's Absinthe Drinker take on new meanings.

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