For this solo presentation of the late artist’s work, Maison Gerard is showcasing eighteen sculptures created over three decades. These works made of corten and stainless steel, ranging in size from small to monumental, are on display within the landscaped gardens of a Grosvenor Atterbury mansion owned by Michael Bruno (founder of 1stdibs and Art-Design-Carta).
"Reputed to be an electronic sculptor with a passion for modern technology, he made machines of space and time that shine from darkness with the aid of electricity."
Maison Gerard participated in the 2017 edition of The Collective Design Fair, held at Clarkson Square in New York. The gallery presented works by Carol Egan, Pouenat, Arik Levy, Achille Salvagni, and Ayala Serfaty in the context of iconic, neo-classically inspired pieces by André Arbus.