José Gamarra: birth of a monograph (Heber Perdigon) – La Tribune de I’Initiative

Today, José Gamarra is known all over the world. His paintings can be found at the Museum of Modern Art in Paris, at the Bibliothèque de France, etc. But also at the Metropolitan Museum in New York, at the National Museum of Uruguay, in Africa, etc. Yet when asked, Gamarra never really thought about building his reputation. He preferred to concentrate on his art, letting things happen. This was without counting on the support of three key figures: his gallery owner Albert Loeb; a famous art critic, Philippe Dagen; and finally some collectors who fell in love with his work at first sight. Among them, Heber Perdigon is the author of a monograph on the painter.

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