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Frederico Sève Gallery

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Frederico Sève Gallery
37 W 57 street, 4th floor
New York, NY 10019
Venue Type: Gallery

Neighborhood:
midtown



Acrylic No. 4 , Fanny SanínFanny Sanín, Acrylic No. 4 ,
1977 , Acrylic on canvas, 44 x 54 in.
© Frederico Seve Gallery
KM 245 P.H., Alicia EhniAlicia Ehni, KM 245 P.H.,
2007, Carved Alabaster, 16.8 x 19.5 x 10.5 in.
© Frederico Seve Gallery
Father & Son, André CyprianoAndré Cypriano, Father & Son,
1999, Gelatin silver print, 16 x 20 in
© Frederico Seve Gallery
Zafiro, Carolina GomezCarolina Gomez, Zafiro, 2012
Untitled, New York on a Sunny Day, Emilio SanchezEmilio Sanchez,
Untitled, New York on a Sunny Day,
Early 70s
© Frederico Seve Gallery
PM, Carmen HerreraCarmen Herrera, PM,
1990, Acrylic on canvas, 42 x 42 in.
© Frederico Seve Gallery
Untitled, New York on a Sunny Day, Elizabeth JobimElizabeth Jobim,
Untitled, New York on a Sunny Day,
2009, Oil on Canvas, triptych, 15.7 x 55.1
© Frederico Seve Gallery
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> QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.fredericosevegallery.com
EMAIL:  
info@fsevegallery.com
CONTACT:  
Alicia Ehni
OPEN HOURS:  
Monday to Friday from 10 AM to 6 PM, Saturday from 11 AM to 6 PM
PHONE:  
212-334-7813
FAX:  
212-334-7830
GALLERY TYPE:  
Contemporary
COST:  
free
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DESCRIPTION

Frederico Sève is a leading authority in the art world who has been instrumental in bringing unknown Latin American artists to New York and propelling them onto the greater forefront of the international scene for the last forty-five years.  He is credited with having discovered Carmen Herrera, the pioneer of Latin American Modernism, whom he instantly launched onto a worldwide platform after she received her first show at the Frederico Sève Gallery in 2004.  Under Mr. Sève’s direction, now-acclaimed artists, such as Gego, Mira Schendel, Maria Fernanda Cardoso, Ana de Cueva and others, were exhibited at the Frederico Sève Gallery years before they reached their current status.

Frederico Sève Gallery, formerly known as latincollector, exhibits and promotes artists from Latin America and Spain in an international context. The gallery’s aim is to assist collectors, art professionals and academics to discover, view and purchase works that transcend territorial boundaries.


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