Serge Charchoune, The Early Years
Rosenberg & Co. is pleased to present Serge Charchoune: The Early Years, the first posthumous solo exhibition of the artist’s work in New York. The exhibition brings together thirty-six paintings from the artist’s foundational period—ranging from classically Cubist compositions with Dada influences to richly Purist canvases that were celebrated by Le Corbusier himself. Assembled together for the first time and organized chronologically in a museum-style exhibition, the collection of works provides a compelling case for Charchoune’s undeniable place in the history of Modern art.
Venue: Rosenberg & Co
19 E 66th St
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