BLAIN|DI DONNA is a secondary market gallery located on the second floor of the Carlyle Hotel in New York City. Launched in 2010 by Harry Blain and Emmanuel Di Donna, it specializes in artworks by Impressionist, Modern and selected Contemporary artists, and offers advice on building collections, selling works discreetly, or buying and selling through auction. Available works can also be viewed at the company’s private viewing space in London.
The gallery has staged a number of monographic exhibitions, including René Magritte: Dangerous Liaisons (2011), André Masson, The Mythology of Desire: Masterworks from 1925 to 1945 (2012); Jean Arp, A Collection of Wood Reliefs and Collages (2012), and Paul Delvaux (2013), which was curated in close collaboration with the Paul Delvaux Foundation, and was also displayed in London. The gallery recently held its first historical group exhibition, Dada & Surrealist Objects, encompassing a selection of works by every serious creator of objects from both the Dada and Surrealist groups.
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