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Galerie Frank Fluegel

Galerie Frank Fluegel

Nuremberg - Germany

ALEX KATZ - Portraits and Flowers. 10.10.2014 - 20.12.2014

Nuremberg From 10 October to 20 December 2014

GALERIE FLUEGEL-RONCAK, with a strong focus on Contemporary Art and Pop Art will hold its opening reception for the new show

ALEX KATZ - Portraits and Flowers

from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm on Friday, October 10th 2014.

The Exhibition runs through December 20th 2014.On view are paintings and prints, mostly from the last 15 years with his famous portraits and landscapes. Alex Katz was born in 1927 on July 24th in Brooklyn/New York and is one of the most important artists of american contemporary and pop art.
His works are in all major museums around the world including Albertina/Vienna or MOMA/New York. He developed his own kind of painting by producing iconic, cool effective images of life in the wealthy leisure class, and of natural idylls. In a further step, he reproduced, reflected, and reduced his motifs in his prints, which retained the planes of deep, radiant color that characterize his paintings.
Alex Katz celebrates his 87th Birthday on July 24th 2014.

Galerie Fluegel-Roncak is focused on POP ART and Contemporary Art by Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselmann, Keith Haring, Mr. Brainwash, BAMBI, XooooX, Roy Lichtenstein, Julian Opie, Alex Katz or Mel Ramos.
Changing Solo Shows with works by Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Tom Wesselmann or Mel Ramos at the Gallery Space in the Heart of Nuremberg expose different positions of our gallery program. Participating at international ArtFairs completes our gallery task.
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  • Obere Woerthstrasse 12
    90403, Nuremberg

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Alex Katz, Trees in Maine, Painting

Alex Katz

Trees in Maine, 1991
11.8 x 9.1 x 0.8 inch

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Alex Katz, Tracy, Print

Alex Katz

Tracy, 2013
26 x 35.8 inch


Alex Katz, Moose, Print

Alex Katz

Moose, 2013
20.9 x 29.5 inch


Alex Katz, Late Summer Flowers, Print

Alex Katz

Late Summer Flowers, 2013
40.2 x 55.1 inch


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