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Discover the art of internationally renowned and emerging contemporary artists. From painting, to sculpture, to contemporary photography, a rich selection of artworks from various art movements and styles await you: Street art, Neo Pop art, Optical art and Hyperrealism to name a few. Our art advisors, available online and in our galleries based in France, Switzerland, Italy and the United States will be thrilled to accompany you in building your art collection. Be awe-inspired by your favorite artwork: besides from eliciting powerful emotional experiences, the investment will prove to be most judicious. Browse through our selection of modern and contemporary artworks from the most prestigious signatures!

optical art

The term “Op Art” is used for the first time in 1964. It defines a movement that plays with the visual perception of the viewer by producing images that seem to move, distorting the perspective, which imprint another image in our retinas. Discover the works of Patrick Hughes, inventor of the "reverspective", or the kinetic art of Patrick Rubinstein, but also the lenticular illusions of the photographer Cécile Plaisance, the photomosaics of Joel Moens de Hase, and many other works heiresses to Op Art.

contemporary

Bel-Air Fine Art offers you a selection of show stopping works, produced by artists with international influence. Discover the contemporary universe of sculptors Fred Allard, Annalù, Paul Sibuet, Peppone and Idan Zareski but also the work of Joseph, Cédric Bouteiller, Marco Grassi and many others!

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stéphane cipre

French , 1968  
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mauro corda

French , 1960  
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joseph klibansky

Dutch , 1984  
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joseph

French , 1961  
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laurence jenkell

French , 1965  
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julien marinetti

French , 1967  
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mn.ff - fabiano

French , 1973  
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philippe pasqua

French , 1965  
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alexandra gestin

French , 1967  
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stefano bombardieri

Italian , 1968  
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philippe berry

French , 1956  
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cédric bouteiller

French , 1970  
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gavin rain

South african , 1971  
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yoel benharrouche

Israeli , 1961  
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stéphane braud

French , 1955  
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ligismond

French , 1950  
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damien hirst

English , 1965  
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ronald dupont

Belgium , 1961  
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alexi torres

Cubain , 1976  
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edouard buzon

French , 1979  
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paul sibuet

French , 1986  
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igor mitoraj

Polish , 1944  
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hong yi zhuang

Chinese , 1962  
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jean-philippe richard

French , 1947  
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sandra shashou

Brazilian  
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idan zareski

French-israeli , 1968  
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marco grassi

Italian , 1966  
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stephen cawston

British  
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david begbie

Scottish , 1955  
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gregory watin

French , 1976  
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mun-gi yang

Korean , 1970  
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mariela garibay

Peruvian , 1976  
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ceve

French , 1951  
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eduardo guelfenbein

Chilean , 1953  
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isabelle scheltjens

Belgian , 1981  
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paola grizi

Italian  
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craig alan

American , 1971  
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annalu

Italian , 1976  
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fred allard

French , 1968  
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arièle rozowy

 
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j. leo

French  
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quentin carnaille

French , 1984  
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mmg collective

Polish  

hyperrealism

Hyperrealism first appeared in the United States in 1970 at the height of abstraction, minimalism, and conceptual art. Some artists then opted for a more realistic, descriptive approach to paintings and sculptures by making them true to life. Let yourself be surprised by the iconic works of this movement, mainly the sculptures by Carole Feuerman, pioneer of this movement - alongside Duane Hanson and John D'Andrea.

Masters

Find a selection of works by the greatest masters of contemporary art. New realists Arman and Yves Klein, including Robert Indiana, representative of Pop-Art or Jeff Koons, the king of neo-pop kitsch, these artists have marked the history of art through their masterpieces today.

Neo-Surrealism

Neo-Pop Art

Using the pop-art methods of the 1960s, neo-pop appeared on the New York art scene at the end of the 1980s. Discover the work of the heirs of this movement: the unmissable Jeff Koons, but also Richard Orlinski, Patrick Rubinstein, Peppone, Auguste and Chloé B. Immerse yourself in contemporary pop and colourful works of art!

New Realism

The New Realists are a group of European artists created by the art critic Pierre Restany in 1960. It brings together artists such as César, Yves Klein, Arman, Niki de Saint Phalle, Daniel Spoerri and Jean Tinguely around a common statement “new realism = new perceptual approaches to reality”. Bel-Air Fine Art invites you to discover the selection of works specific to this movement

contemporary photography

It was at the end of the 20th century that artistic photography obtained its true recognition. Contemporary photography is a fluid and flexible medium, constantly changing, ever more central to artistic practice. Discover the works of Cécile Plaisance, Antoine Rose, Liu Bolin or Christian, essential photographers of this artistic movement.

street art

During the 1980s a new type of art appeared, the first to utilise urban space: graffiti art. Very quickly, the tags turn into visual masterpieces, and urban art uses a large number of various media, stickers, posters, stencils. The greatest works of Street-Art are on Bel-Air Fine Art: find paintings, serigraphs or sculptures by Mr Brainwash, Alec Monopoly, Onemizer, Jonone and the iconic street-artist Banksy.

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