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HG Contemporary

HG Contemporary

New York - United States

Presentation
HG Contemporary is a breakthrough gallery founded by Philippe Hoerle-Guggenheim in 2014. The gallery has built a reputation for unearthing distinct artists and producing shows that embrace groundbreaking aesthetics and concepts. The gallery is committed to developing an international contemporary program that is ambitious as well as diverse. The gallery's locations include Chelsea New York, Williamsburg, Napa Valley, and Madrid. This commitment carries with it an innovative and clear vision about producing exceptional art exhibitions as well as a deep understanding of visual culture's function within and beyond the walls of the gallery. HG Contemporary has produced exhibitions featuring RETNA, Tim Bengel, Stuart McAlpine Miller, Conor McCreedy, Jason Dussault, Arsen Savadov, Mehwish Iqbal, Natvar Bhavsar among others.

About Philippe Hoerle-Guggenheim, A Word from the Founder "my love for art was passed on to me by my grand-mother and my mother. Both avid collectors, they instilled in me great admiration for the old masters, endless curiosity for the new and an insatiable appetite for the treasure hunt. Our house was always open to artists. There were visits to painters’ studios, trips to museums and constant art talk at the dinner table. I didn’t develop a formal education in art, I developed an instinct and a passion for it at a very young age. After graduating University I went on to work in the corporate realm of business and observed how trends move and impact our increasingly fast-paced society. During that time, I kept very close ties with the art community, hosting private events in the US and Europe. And as the art world became more dynamic, I found myself wanting to follow my own aesthetic compass and explore the incredible potential for renewal and audacity offered by new social interactions, digital technology and pop culture. This is how I came to create HG Contemporary at a captivating moment in art history. I feel truly lucky to be with some of the most provocative and raw talents of today."

In addition to curating the gallery’s exhibitions, Philippe is actively engaged in numerous non-profit institutions including The Bowery Mission and as a board member of Elevate New York with the Bronx Studio School for Writers and Artists.
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  • 527 West 23rd Street
    10011, New York
    United States

  • 527 West 23rd Street
    10011, New York
    United States


Pixelpancho, Horse, Print

Pixelpancho

Horse, 2016
21 x 33 inch
Print

$ 1,100

Retna, Sign of The Minds Eye, Painting

Retna

Sign of The Minds Eye, 2012
78 x 78 inch
Painting

$ 125,000

Eduardo Kobra, Igualdade, Print

Eduardo Kobra

Igualdade, 2019
20 x 30 inch
Print

$ 4,000

Cévé, Sunny Pink, Sculpture

Cévé

Sunny Pink, 2018
35 x 10 x 10 inch
Sculpture

$ 23,000

Natvar Bhavsar, Ooraa IV, Painting

Natvar Bhavsar

Ooraa IV, 2006
23 x 21 inch
Painting

$ 29,000

Aiko, Love Monster Come to Me Again, Painting

Aiko

Love Monster Come to Me Again, 2008
54 x 53 inch
Painting

$ 28,000

Julien Des Monstiers, Surface monstre, Painting

Julien Des Monstiers

Surface monstre, 2013
98.43 x 70.87 x 2 inch
Painting

$ 45,000

Conor McCreedy, India Ocean, Painting

Conor McCreedy

India Ocean, 2014
36 x 112 inch
Painting

$ 35,000

Kevin Abosch, Rubedo-Citrinitas: In Transition, Photography

Kevin Abosch

Rubedo-Citrinitas: In Transition, 2016
44 x 44 inch
Photography

$ 75,000

Williams Carmona, ABC of Sins / El Ebecedario de los Pecados, Painting

Williams Carmona

ABC of Sins / El Ebecedario de los Pecados, 2018
25 x 34 inch
Painting

$ 20,000

Arsen Savadov, Siamese, Painting

Arsen Savadov

Siamese, 2018
63 x 58 inch
Painting

$ 35,000

Pixelpancho, Eternal Kiss, Print

Pixelpancho

Eternal Kiss, 2015
29 x 25 inch
Print

$ 1,111

Retna, Circles and Arches, Painting

Retna

Circles and Arches, 2016
60 x 60 x 2 inch
Painting

$ 100,000

Retna, Crooked Just Like You, Painting

Retna

Crooked Just Like You, 2016
72 x 72 inch
Painting

$ 78,000

Sam Francis, Untitled, Painting

Sam Francis

Untitled, 1976
15 x 19 inch
Painting

$ 25,000

Cévé, Chubby Gold, Sculpture

Cévé

Chubby Gold, 2018
9 x 7 x 7 inch
Sculpture

$ 12,000

Cévé, Busy Red, Sculpture

Cévé

Busy Red, 2018
26 x 14 x 13 inch
Sculpture

$ 18,000

Domingo Zapata, Rhino, Painting

Domingo Zapata

Rhino, 2016
82 x 60 x 2 inch
Painting

$ 65,000

Domingo Zapata, Marilyn 7, Painting

Domingo Zapata

Marilyn 7, 2016
60 x 48 x 2 inch
Painting

$ 50,000

Natvar Bhavsar, VAMAL, Painting

Natvar Bhavsar

VAMAL, 2012
75 x 68 inch
Painting

$ 160,000

Natvar Bhavsar, Layaa I, Painting

Natvar Bhavsar

Layaa I, 2009
34 x 32 inch
Painting

$ 45,000

Natvar Bhavsar, Cheenar, Painting

Natvar Bhavsar

Cheenar, 2016
46 x 44 inch
Painting

$ 60,000

Conor McCreedy, Untitled Diptych, Painting

Conor McCreedy

Untitled Diptych, 2017
79 x 79 inch
Painting

$ 30,000

Kevin Abosch, Nigredo, Photography

Kevin Abosch

Nigredo, 2016
44 x 44 inch
Photography

$ 75,000

Massimo Agostinelli, William Shake Speare / I'll Make a Wise Phrase, Print

Massimo Agostinelli

William Shake Speare / I'll Make a Wise Phrase, 2015
61 x 47 inch
Print

$ 25,000

Massimo Agostinelli, The Mona Lisa / Ah Not A Smile, Print

Massimo Agostinelli

The Mona Lisa / Ah Not A Smile, 2015
61 x 47 inch
Print

$ 25,000

Tim Bengel, Golden Gate Bridge, Painting

Tim Bengel

Golden Gate Bridge, 2017
78 x 54 inch
Painting

Sold out

Tim Bengel, WTC Cathedral Black, Painting

Tim Bengel

WTC Cathedral Black, 2017
53 x 80 inch
Painting

Sold out

Tim Bengel, Guggenheim, Painting

Tim Bengel

Guggenheim, 2017
53 x 80 inch
Painting

Sold out

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