Anastasi, Bianchi, Bock, Botella, Boucher Morales, Brunschwig, Cahn, Lamiel, Melsheimer, Nemours, Oberhuber, Perdrix, Prinz Gholam, Tropa, Venini and four angels. 

View of the exhibition showing, from left to right, a drawing by Oswald Oberhuber, a Romanesque capital, a Venini lamp and a silkscreen print by Elodie Seguin.
Stone capital representing four angels, late 11th century, Europe, stone, 31 x 15 cm (with base), 19 x 15 cm (without base), provenance: Alexandre Piatti Gallery
Elodie Seguin, Obstacles_Motif carré, 2022, silkscreen on paper, 73 x 73 x 5 cm framed, unique

For this new exhibition, Abraham & Wolff is proposing an evolving display in the form of a retrospective. A constantly renewed dialogue between the artists who have marked our first year of programming. 

Including contemporary sculptures and drawings, editions, multiples and Italian design, this selection of works by William Anastasi, Diego Bianchi, Bruno Botella, Mélissa Boucher Morales, Colette Brunschwig, Miriam Cahn, Aurelie Nemours, Oswald Oberhuber, Jean-Marie Perdrix, Prinz Gholam, Francisco Tropa and Venini is accompanied by an exceptional late 11th-century Romanesque capital from the Alexandre Piatti Gallery in Paris 

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank the galleries who made many of our projects possible : Compasso Gallery in Milan, Gallery Marcelle Alix in Paris and KOW Gallery in Berlin.