WORKS

ABOUT

Galerie Boulakia is a family enterprise that has been firmly established in the Paris art scene for the past forty years. Boulakia Fine Art was created by Daniel Boulakia in London three years ago. Both galleries specialize in modern art, and are also devoted to supporting contemporary artists. This year, they are presenting a wonderful selection of around twenty modern and contemporary masterpieces by significant 20th century European artists. Their aim is to showcase the highest quality figurative and abstract European and American art dating from 1930 to 2000. Each work has been chosen for its quality and rarity.

Founded : 1971

Associations
C.P.G.A. (Comité Professionnel des Galeries d'Art), S.N.A. (Syndicat National des Antiquaires Négociants en Objets d'Art Tableaux anciens et modernes de France)

Fairs
Biennale des Antiquaires de Monaco, La Biennale Paris, Masterpiece London, Spring Masters New York, TEFAF Maastricht, The Salon: Art + Design NY,

CONTACT

Paris

London

VIDEOS

  • Angela Rosengart visits BRAFA 2018

    Angela Rosengart, daughter of the internationally renowned art dealer Siegfried Rosengart (1894-1985), was a regular visitor of the studios of artists such as Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Braque and Miro from childhood. She and her father built up one of the most important private collections of 20th century masterpieces in the world, uniting over 350 artworks including a number by Klee and Picasso. Gathered together in a foundation which became a museum in 2002 in Lucerne, the collection attracts thousands of visitors. In this video, produced by Biapal, Angela Rosengart shares her favorite piece at BRAFA 2018 with us. A work at Galerie Boulakia: ‘Jardin suspendu’, 1955, by Maria Helena Vieira Da Silva (Lisbon 1908-1992 Paris).

  • BRAFA 2017: Daniel Boulakia on Chagall

    One of the 132 exhibitors at Brafa 2017 is Galerie Boulakia, who presents a wonderful selection of masterpieces by significant 20th century European artists, including Marc Chagall. For him, the circus was a metaphor for life and death, joy and sorrow, all reflected in the multi-coloured performances. The work presented here is often considered one of Chagall's major late circus works.

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