Contemporary Expo

This category includes artworks which have been, or are similar to contemporary artworks shown at the USA Artexpo Art Fair, an annual international exhibition. The primary venue for this USA Artexpo has traditionally been New York. In recent years the show travels to California and Chicago, where it attracts new and large audiences of buyers and collectors. Sponsors of the fair advertise that the art displayed in their exhibitions is "representative of the latest trends in all aspects of the Art Market."

The artwork in this PSfineart collection represents selections from a broad base of exhibitors, all of whom pride themselves as agents who keep abreast of the most recent developments in the global art market. This collection includes works by artists and original artwork which have made group and one person show debuts at Artexpo New York.

Our entire collection is not displayed. Contact us if you are looking for something not displayed at this time.

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Agam275T

Yaakov Agam. The Fusion Suite. Edition of 200. Serigraphs. Image size is 22" x 22 1/2" plus margins. The paper size in 27" x 27". Printed in New York, USA. The suite, displayed in this composite page, was acquired in 1978. These serigraphs are based on the concept of Agam's contrapuntal paintings, and are classical representations of Agam's life work. They demonstrate the concepts of the innovative critical language Agam's work brought to the art world, illustrating the changing nature of the universe, based on an appreciation and understanding of motion and harmony. A viewer, looking Agam's work from different angles, can identify any number of concurrent visual designs. Art is virtually created by the viewer's eye as it moves across the page. The concept is an art work's "constant becoming."

Each original serigraph image is signed and numbered in pencil. The serigraphs are printed on heavy rag paper which appears to have a slight wax finish protecting its clean white margins. The paper has a quality the feel of a light cardboard. The nature of the paper makes the prints suitable for floating or matting in a traditional frame, or box. The Fusion Suite is particularly interesting because it's combined major pieces (imagined superimposed on each other) aesthetically complete the visual aesthetic - an artwork simultaneously kinetic and static, the synthesis of Agam's kinetic theory. The three major pieces from this suite are displayed directly below: Agam173, Agam274, and the synthesis artwork, Agam275. Close-Up

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Agam273

Yaakov Agam. Solfage Fusion 131/200. Serigraph, from the Fusion suite. Image size is 22" x 22 1/2" plus margins. The paper size in 27" x 27". The serigraph was acquired in 1978 and is signed and numbered in pencil The ink surface is rich, and velvet like. There are no scratches. Serigraph is printed on heavy rag paper which appears to have a slight wax finish protecting its clean white margins. The paper has a quality and feel of a light cardboard. The nature of the paper makes the print suitable for floating or matting within a traditional frame or box. This piece, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition.

Note: This art image is an under section of the final fusion composition. When combined with its intermediate pair, Agam274 directly below, Agam's art of shifting images is visually synthesized, i.e., see below at Agam275. Close-Up

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Agam274

Yaakov Agam. Solfage Fusion 150/200. Serigraph, from the Fusion suite. Image size is 22" x 22 1/2" plus margins. The paper size in 27" x 27". The serigraph was acquired in 1978 and is signed and numbered in pencil The ink surface is rich, and velvet like. There are no scratches. Serigraph is printed on heavy rag paper which appears to have a slight wax finish protecting its clean white margins. The paper has a quality and feel of a light cardboard. The nature of the paper makes the print suitable for floating or matting within a traditional frame or box. This piece, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition.

Note: This art image is an under section of the final fusion composition. When combined with its intermediate pair, Agam273 directly above, Agam's art of shifting images is visually synthesized, i.e., see below at Agam275. Close-Up

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Agam275

Yaakov Agam. Synthesis: Solfage Fusion 98/200. Serigraph, from the Fusion suite. Image size is 22" x 22 1/2" plus margins. The paper size in 27" x 27". The serigraph was acquired in 1978 and is signed and numbered in pencil. The ink surface is rich, and velvet like. There are no scratches. Serigraph is printed on heavy rag paper which appears to have a slight wax finish protecting its clean white margins. The paper has a quality and feel of a light cardboard. The nature of the paper makes the print suitable for floating or matting within a traditional frame or box. The art image is the final fusion of two images from the suite, presented above (Agam272 and Agam274). The upper corner of the left margin has an almost indiscernible crease, about 1/2" in from the edge. Otherwise the artwork, margins and image surface, is in pristine condition.

Note: This work is a combination of the two suite images displayed directly above, Agam273 and Agam274. This synthesis piece combined with the two preceding images is a classic example of Agam's aesthetic of interlacing themes and shifting images. See the composite above. Close-Up

The three Fusion Suite serigraphs $6,500.

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Agam638

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Yaakov Agam. Transformables. Poster. Serigraph. 40" x 20". This rare poster was acquired in 1976. It is a commemorative artwork which advertised the 1971 one man show at the renowned Denise Rene gallery in New York. The black and white image appears to tumble similarly to Agam's most well known works, which in their appearance of tumbling colors and shapes transform themselves, changing from one visual impression to another. Close-Up

$100.

See Ebgi, Israel. Representational Figurative Art.

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Alvar278

Alvar Sunol, Personages Il Fenestra. 44/150. Lithograph. Paper Size 29 1/2" x 20 1/2". The lithograph was acquired in 1976. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. Color is rich and detail is complex in this classic handsome early artwork. The art, image and margins, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$1,200.

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Amager196

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Christine Amarger. El Paris, France. 5/96. Etching. The paper size is 22" x 30". The etching was acquired in 1983. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. Color and detail are excellent, vibrant and subtle. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$750.

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Amarger197

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Christine Amarger. Jerusalem Post, Israel. H/C. Etching. The paper size is 30" x 22". The etching was acquired in 1983. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. Color and detail are excellent, vibrant and subtle. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$750.

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Amarger198

Christine Armarger. Los Angles Times, USA. H/C. Etching. The paper size is 20" x 22". The etching was acquired in 1983. Color and detail are excellent, vibrant and subtle. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$750.

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Amarger199

Christine Amarger. New York Post, USA. H/C. Etching. The paper size is 22" x 30". The etching was acquired in 1983. It is signed and numbered in pencil. Color and detail are excellent, vibrant and subtle. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up


$750.

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Amarger200

Christine Armarger. Yomiuri Shimbun, Japan. H/C. Etching. The paper size is 22" x 30". The etching was acquired in 1983. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. Color and detail are excellent, vibrant and subtle. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up


$750.

See Kimura: International Representation through Great Cities of the World.

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King,Mark86

Mark King. Fox Hunt. 271/325. Serigraph. The paper size is 30" x 40". The art was acquired in 1980. The serigraph is signed and numbered in pencil. The ink surface is unusual in that it has a high gloss and tactile quality. The print looks as though it is an oil painting and not screened ink. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$1,500.

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King, Mark339

Mark King. Bengal Family. 235/325. Serigraph. The paper size is 30" x 40". The art was acquired in 1980. The serigraph is signed and numbered in pencil. The ink surface is unusual in that it has a high gloss and tactile quality. The print looks as though it is an oil painting and not screened ink. There are handling creases, one in the top and one in the bottom margin. Otherwise, the artwork's margins and art surface are in pristine condition. Close-Up

$1,500.

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King,Mark87

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Mark King. Leopard. 265/325. Serigraph. The paper size is 30" x 40". The art was acquired in 1980. The serigraph is signed and numbered in pencil. The ink surface is unusual in that it has a high gloss and tactile quality. The print looks as though it is an oil paintings and not screened ink. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$1,500.

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King,Mark341

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Mark King. Zebra. 287/325. Serigraph. The paper size is 30" x 40". The art was acquired in 1980. The serigraph is signed and numbered in pencil The ink surface is unusual in that it has a high gloss and looks as though it were oil paint and not screened ink. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$1,500.

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King, Mark340

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Mark King. Spinnakers. 221/325. Serigraph. The paper size is 30" x 40". The art was acquired in 1980. The serigraph is signed and numbered in pencil. The ink surface is unusual in that it has a high gloss and looks as though it were oil paint and not screened ink. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$1,500.

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King, Mark88

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Mark King. Pulse of the City. XXXVI/CL. Serigraph. The paper size is 58" x 42". The art was acquired in 1980. The serigraph is signed and numbered in pencil. The ink surface is unusual in that it has a high gloss and looks as though it were oil paint and not screened ink. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$2,500.

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Max262

Peter Max. Mime, 62/250. Lithograph. The paper size is 14" x 9 3/4". The work was acquired in 1982. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. This lithograph created in the height of Max's career, is a handsome and classic example of Peter Max's best known, loved and collected work. The lithograph, the entire surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$2,400.


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