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Giacomo Balla (1871-1958)
Paravento con linea di velocità, c.1915
Oil on canvas painted on recto and verso (screen)
New York
Currently on view at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
On loan from Moeller Fine Art: Giacomo Balla Paravento con linea di velocità, c.1915 in “Italian Futurism, 1909–1944: Reconstructing the Universe"
21 February–1 September

The first comprehensive overview of Italian Futurism to be presented in the United States, this multidisciplinary exhibition examines the full historical sweep of the movement, presenting over 300 Futurist works. Moeller Fine Art is pleased to lend Paravento con linea di velocità, c.1915, a double-sided screen by Giacomo Balla, which has previously been exhibited at the National Gallery, Washington, DC and the Palazzo Grassi, Venice.
For Giacomo Balla, the speed of the automobile and modernity itself brought the underlying geometry of landscape and nature to the surface of the picture plane. Paravento con linea di velocità (c. 1915) depicts a landscape in motion, whose organic forms are reduced to vortices of bright colors directing the viewer onward in his path. The dynamic qualities are emphasized by the nature of the object; as a screen, the two panels can be positioned closer together or farther apart, so that the intersecting paths of color merge together with greater immediacy. The dramatic, experiential presence of the double-sided screen is closely related to Balla’s work on the Stravinsky-Diaghilev ballet Fireworks, in which effects of light and form stand in place of human performers onstage.

Lucas Samaras (b. 1936) Untitled (Self-Portrait), 1961 (detail)
New York
SUMMERTIME
Paintings | Drawings | Sculpture
7 July–19 September

Moeller Fine Art New York is pleased to announce SUMMERTIME: Paintings | Drawings | Sculpture on view through 19 September. The exhibition brings together 20th century masterworks by Alexander Calder, Lyonel Feininger, Richard Lindner, Lucas Samaras, Gino Severini and Mark Tobey, including Spotorno, Blick aus dem Fenster, 1926 by Max Beckmann, an important landscape painting depicting a view of the Italian Riviera.

New York
Stepping Forward


Standing still is a step backward. In honor of its 30th anniversary in New York, Moeller Fine Art is pleased to announce the launch of Moeller Art Advisory, which provides independent advice to present and future clients in their art collecting. At the same time, Moeller Fine Art Berlin will merge with Moeller Fine Art New York, and the Berlin premises are closed as of the end of June.

Moeller Fine Art Berlin, under the direction of Stephanie Moeller for the last five years, has gained a reputation for mounting museum-quality exhibitions of modern masterworks alongside the work of international contemporary artists. This past winter, Stephanie Moeller prepared two well-received parallel shows: "Mark Tobey: Between East and West" and "Jeongmoon Choi: PULS," which emphasized the visual sympathies between two artists working in different periods, media and countries. Further exhibition highlights included "R. B. Kitaj" (2012), coinciding with the artist’s retrospective at the Jewish Museum Berlin, as well as "Howard Wise Gallery: Exploring the New" (2012), "Burke + Norfolk: Photographs from the War in Afghanistan" (2011), which traveled from the Tate Modern in London, "Lyonel Feininger: Drawings and Watercolors from the Julia Feininger Estate" (2010), "George Grosz, Esq." (2010) with works from the Estate of the artist, and “Paul Goesch: Fantastical Rêverie,” which included loans from the Berlinische Galerie (2010). The gallery’s final exhibition, which closed on 28 June 2014, was “Sovak: Themes & Variations,” with a catalogue essay by Ulrike Lorenz, director of the Kunsthalle Mannheim. Stephanie Moeller will continue to represent Pravoslav Sovak exclusively and work closely with Moeller Fine Art as an independent art advisor and curator.

In New York, Moeller Fine Art continues with a full exhibition schedule in its newly designed ground floor premises at 35 East 64th Street and at art fairs worldwide. Moeller Fine Art will also continue its exclusive representation of the Lyonel Feininger Family Trusts. Moeller Art Advisory offers impartial advice to a select number of clients seeking to build their collections. While the two entities will exist separately, Moeller Art Advisory will capitalize on decades of experience in the international art market and will focus on clients in the US and around the world, including the 33-year collaboration building the collection of the Hon. John C. Whitehead, from its headquarters in New York.

The Lyonel Feininger Project LLC will continue in Berlin and New York, preparing the three-volume Catalogue Raisonné of Paintings, maintaining the archives of watercolors, drawings, and prints and providing exhibition consultation. The Mark Tobey Project LLC will continue in New York, providing authentication, scholarship, and exhibition consultation.



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Moeller Art Advisory LLC
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The Lyonel Feininger Project LLC
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New York
Thank you for a successful Art Basel!


New York
Moeller Fine Art New York's current exhibition recommended by The New York Times


Lyonel Feininger: Master Printmaker recommended in Roberta Smith's Tour of the Sizzlers on the Upper East Side in 3 April, 2014 The New York Times:

"...Moeller Fine Art (35 East 64th Street) has a rewarding near-retrospective of Lyonel Feininger’s woodcuts, interspersed with his irresistible pencil drawings."