#Sale: gallery owner Natalie Seroussi turns a page
Natalie Seroussi opened her first gallery in Paris in 1977, rue Quincampoix. Established on rue de Seine for more than thirty years, it is considered an essential player on the Parisian art scene. After acquiring André Bloc’s house (1895-1966) in Meudon in the 1980s, inspired by the sculptures-habitacles of this genius architect who carried out his synthetic research between architecture and sculpture, Natalie Seroussi launched an international architecture competition in 2006.
Today, she wishes to continue this project by creating a “conversation residence“, to share, circulate ideas and initiate a real collective reflection between art historians, exhibition curators, architects, writers and artists. This is why she decided, together with her son, Julien Seroussi, to separate herself from a group of historical works, including an extremely rare self-portrait in sanguine by Henri Matisse, an exceptional painting from the Cobra period by Karel Appel, a hypnotic Hourloupe by Dubuffet painted in 1965 and an emblematic work by Martial Raysse created the same year.
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