Galerie Bernheim-Jeune

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Gallery Name: Galerie Bernheim-Jeune

Address: 25, boulevard de la Madeleine (1906); 83, rue du Faubourg-Saint-Honoré (1925)

Gallery Owner: Alexander Bernheim and his sons Josse and Gaston

Years Open: 1906 -present day

Gallery Discription: Alexander Bernheim opened Galerie Bernheim at 8, rue Laffite in the 1860s mainly exhibiting the Barbizon school and early Impressionist work. In 1901 he was joined by his sons Josse and Gaston in organizing an exhibit of Vincent Van Gogh's work, after which galerie is reshaped into Bernheim-Jeune and rapidly became a premier galerie of modern art.

Exhibits of Latin American Artists:
1913 (Jan. 13): IVe Exposition du 'Groupe Libre' including Diego Rivera

1920 (Jun. 8 - 22): Angel Zárraga

1921 (Oct. 26 - Nov. 5): "2me exposition Angel Zárraga"

1925 (Mar. 30 - Apr. 10): Manuel Ortiz de Zarate with Van Dongen and Birger Hoog

1925: Group show with Angel Zárraga

1925 (Dec. 14 - 27): Rosario Cabrera

1925 (Dec.): Jose Clemente Orozco

1926: Angel Zárraga

1927 (Feb. 14 - 25): "L'Exposition Mulitinationale" including; Manuel Ortiz de Zarate and Angel Zárraga

1928 (Jun.): Vicente de Rego Monteiro

1937: Samson Flexor

1939 (Apr. 24 - May 5): Exposition Mario Carreno Peintre Cubain with Jaime Colson Peintre Dominicain

1939: Max Jiménez

1939: Samson Flexor

Other Notable Artists Exhibited: Carl Birger Hoog, Pierre Bonnard, Paul Cézanne, Chagell, Cross, Raoul Dufy, Paul Gauguin, Hoog, Henri Matisse, Modigliani, Renoir, Douanier Rousseau, Roussel, Georges Seurat, Maurice Utrillo, Kees Van Dongen, Vincent Van Gogh, Vlaminck, Édouard Vuillard

Web Site: <a href="http://www.bernheim-jeune.com/">Galerie Bernheim-Jeune</a>

Citation: “Galerie Bernheim-Jeune,” Transatlantic Encounters, accessed November 16, 2018, http://chnm.gmu.edu/transatlanticencounters/items/show/5161.

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