Catalogues Berggruen.-

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Catalogues Berggruen.-
Collection of 18 catalogs from the famous Parisian gallery. Various dates: 1968 to 1996. Several original lithographed covers: Gérard Béringer, Henry Moore, Robert Motherwell and Peter Paul. Mint condition. Enclosed is the invitation card in puzzle form (in unopened plastic sleeve) for Erro's collage exhibition at Berggruen Gallery in 1992. Heinz Berggruen (1914-2007) was a German journalist, collector, gallery owner and art dealer. In 1947, he moved to Paris, where he opened a gallery in the Place Dauphine. André Breton, Paul Éluard and Tristan Tzara soon acted as intermediaries for artists. Berggruen acquired international renown in the field of printmaking, notably after organizing the first exhibition of Klee's etchings in 1950, and Matisse's "papiers découpés" in 1953. He was also a close friend of Picasso. A fine set.
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