We Art Partners gathers the most beautiful historical works of the collection to highlight the big names, according to us, of the history of art.
some of them are crossed, listened to, influenced at a given moment.
For example it is interesting to discover that George Mathieu and Bernard Buffet had a similar artistic way of life with a great success in Japan and a shared opinion in France. These two artists are today on the rise with institutions and collectors who recognize the importance of their practice in the history of art.
some of the works presented are historical by their references.
Nanse by Bernard Buffet from 1953 represents the house where the artist lived with Pierre Bergé and where he paints his most beautiful works. There are very few of them: one of Nanse's paintings from 1955 is in the Bernard Buffet Museum and another in the Pierre Bergé collection.
Exil of George Mathieu is present during an artistic performance filmed in the 70s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8Ai_iRqzQk
Finally, other artists, still alive like Gérard Fromanger, Bernard Frize and Ben Vautier have today achieved such recognition that the largest institutions open the doors like Pompidou Center in Paris for Fromanger in 2016.
Today We Art Partners gives the opportunity to have his paintings and his artists discuss with each other, and to discover or rediscover some masterpieces of their production.