BEL-AIR FINE ART
The Bel-Air Fine Art Gallery, established since 2004 in the heart of Geneva, inaugurated in September 2010 a space of more than 200m2. The group is also present in London, Paris, Saint-Tropez, Cannes, Venice, Forte dei Marmi, Crans-Montana, Verbier, Gstaad, Knokke and Miami. Enﬁn, the gallery organizes art exhibitions throughout Europe, but also in Lebanon, the United Arab Emirates and the United States. Alongside its galleries specialized in Street Art, Neo Pop Art and Optical Art, François Chabanian, art dealer for more than 30 years and collector himself-even, and his ﬁls Grégory have the will to defend their more advanced artists in exclusive events and international art fairs.
For its fourth participation at the Art Elysées fair, the Bel Air Fine Art Gallery will present the essential Street Art signatures alongside French artists who are part of urban art while paying tribute to pop culture: Banksy, mythical character from the Graf scene? Ti, Kai, a hands-on street artist evolving between paintings, sculpture, molding and collage; Mr Brainwash who in the footsteps of urban art stars helped to project the Pop art safe new media, in the street and safe screens; Pimax, polymorphic artist who hijacks modes with a colorful pop... Jean-François Rauzier, founder of Hyperphotography, combines in? niment grand and in? niment petit in his photographs has? n to conceive an image out of time. Through aerial shots, Antoine Rose also offers a certain escape and creates a loss of scale synonymous with a new vision of the beach. As for the artist Anne Valverde, she invites us to escape in sumptuous landscapes where the writing of light testifies to a strong message on a desert background. The strength of the message condensed into a single word has always been central in the production of the internationally recognized artist Robert Indiana. In his sculptures of raw materials such as steel and stainless steel, Joseph uses the same force of the word and tends to introduce a dialogue on our cultural references.