Newsworthy: Return to Beverly Hills: Marc Selwyn Fine Art to Open a New Gallery
The latest news from Christine’s desk is a big announcement coming out of Beverly Hills:
Marc Selwyn is pleased to announce Marc Selwyn Fine Art, a new gallery opening in Beverly Hills on Tuesday, February 18th in the historic former Al Grimmet’s Garage, a 1940s brick building on Little Santa Monica Boulevard. The gallery marks a return to Beverly Hills for Marc Selwyn, a veteran art dealer who was the former Director of PaceWildenstein in Beverly Hills and former West Coast Fine Arts Director at Sotheby’s.
The 3,000 square foot gallery, designed by Frederick Fisher and Partners, will feature an intimate drawings gallery and a larger exhibition space filled with natural light. The gallery’s exhibition program will remain unchanged from Selwyn’s current gallery on Wilshire, focusing largely on established historic figures in painting, photography, and conceptual art. Selwyn will also continue to place important historical works in collections through his activity on the secondary market.
Marc Selwyn Fine Art will open with a group show featuring Mel Bochner, Harry Callahan, Robert Heinecken, Richard Misrach, Robert Overby, and Alan Ruppersberg, among others.
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