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"Modern to Post-Contemporary" exhibit at PBM+C

New River Fine Art | Burgess Modern + Contemporary

Burgess Modern + Contemporary is proud to announce its participation in Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary 2022 art fair with "Modern to Post-Contemporary". Located at the Palm Beach Convention Center, the art fair will run March 24th – 27th and showcase a number of world-renowned artists.

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Burgess Modern + Contemporary will have investment quality pieces on display at Booth H8 that celebrate art history and pay homage to internationally recognized modern and contemporary masters.

The carefully curated exhibit will highlight expertise and craftsmanship from artists such as Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro, David Salle, Alex Katz, Miss Bugs, Gabriel Delgado, Alex Gabriel Bernstein, Damien Hirst, Retna, Santiago Medina and Jedd Novatt.

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Alex Katz (b. 1927) Red Dogwood 1 from The Flowers Portfolio, 2021, (54/100) Archival pigment print on Innova Etching Cotton Rag 315 gsm papBurgess Modern + Contemporary

Some of the most noted works within “Modern to Post-Contemporary” are early 1960 linocuts by Pablo Picasso. The selections are often accredited to the ‘later works of the final years’ and are undoubtedly and fundamentally different from the 2022 kaleidoscopic patterns of resin-encapsulated razorblades, drug paraphernalia, and pop culture icons by Contemporary Duo, Miss Bugs.

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Pablo Picasso (1881 - 1973) Faune et Vieux (Le Vieux Boffon), 1963, (35/50) linocut on colors | 25.20 x 20.90 inBurgess Modern + Contemporary

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Miss Bugs Lolly Specimen Cabinet, 2021 | Cabinet Displaying 21 Unique PU Resin, Medical Lollies | 23.60 x 42.90 in.Burgess Modern + Contemporary

The diverse selection of works will astound and unite attendees and art-lovers alike. Surrealist Joan Miro offers works with black and hard-edged definitions and gestural attributes while Alex Katz works exhibit minimalistic floral compositions. Where Jedd Novatt has explored new dimensions with his bronze and steel sculptures, David Salle has harmoniously contrasted the unapologetic with his paintings focused on sophisticated satire, jest, and ambiguity.

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Joan Miro (1893 - 1983) La Fronde, 1969, (48/75) | Etching, aquatint and carborundum in colors on Arches | 42 x 27.50 in.Burgess Modern + Contemporary

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Jedd Novatt (b. 1958) Chaos Moscow 5, 2008 Bronze sculpture with black patina | 24 x 24 x 18 inBurgess Modern + Contemporary

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David Salle OVERUNDER (PORTFOLIO), Pink, 2021, (17/20) Archival pigment ink print, on Innova Etching Cotton Rag 315 gsm 42 x 42 in.Burgess Modern + Contemporary

Lisa Burgess, Owner of Burgess Modern + Contemporary states, “Art History is a continued course of study, appreciation, and scholarly approach. Joan Miro and Pablo Picasso will always be internationally recognized as Modern Masters, while Alex Katz, almost a centenarian, is still creating his legacy… Contemporaries Jedd Novatt and David Salle are names forever cemented in Art History, while artists like Miss Bugs, Alex Gabriel Bernstein, and Gabriel Delgado are following in the footsteps of these giants.”

For more information on the fair or to inquire about VIP ticketing please contact Burgess Modern + Contemporary at (954) 524-2100

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