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Represented Artists
Karina Chechik
Jonathan Delmas
André Djaoui
Carole A. Feuerman
Steven D. Gagnon
Alexandra Gestin
Alain Godon
Ann Grim
Markus Klinko
Phil Macquet
Joel Moens
Richard Orlinski
Maurice Renoma
Anne Valverde
Idan Zareski
Tommy Zen

Exhibited Artists
Bambi . .
Francis Bacon
Norma Bessières
Fernando Botero
Bernard Buffet
Maria Cristina Carbonell
Monica Carrero
Niclas Castello
Jean Cocteau
Dean Zeus Colman
Arno Elias
Stephane Gautier
Keith Haring
Damien Hirst
Robert Indiana
Alex Katz
Jeff Koons
Cerj Lalonde
Wifredo Lam
Le Corbusier
Markus & Koala
Roberto Matta
Connie McSilver
Anna Alexis Michel- JM Voge
Marilyn Minter
Anton Molnar
Mr .
Mr Brainwash
Clara Poupel
Bernard Pras
Mel Ramos
Peter Roth
Kenny Scharf
Antonio Segui
Jonathan Seliger
Sandra Shashou
David Alfaro Siqueiros
Donald Sultan
Aya Takano
Manolo Valdes
Andy Warhol
Tom Wesselmann
Feng Zhengjie



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Antonio Segui

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An established Argentine artist, Antonio Segui works as both a painter and illustrator. He has been labelled both an informalist and surrealist about his artworks' expression.

The famous artist's artworks has been collected and exhibited internationally.

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Antonio Segui

Antonio Segui Biography

Born in Córdoba, Argentina in 1934, Antonio Seguí currently lives and works in Paris. He studied at the San Fernando Academy in Madrid, Spain as well as the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, France. His first solo exhibition was in Argentina at age 23. 

Antonio Seguí is one of the most internationally renowned Argentinian artists. He began his artistic endeavors at a young age after leaving Argentina to travel the world and study art. His  journeys through Latin America, Europe and Africa exposed him to new ideas and encouraged his culturally diverse approach to art. 

Influenced by artists like Fernand Leger and Diego Rivera, Seguí’s work is generally satirical, critiquing society and human nature. In a pre-computer age, the artist created a vocabulary that is now being explored by a new generation of artists through comics and Manga, yet his visual language and social commentaries remain poignant, both symbolically and literally.

Throughout his career, Seguí has developed a fascination for urban life, creating in his work the idea of the “everyman.” The city movement, the fast pace at which life happens and the people who live in these urban spaces are some of the elements that constitute the world depicted in his paintings. It is a prototypical realm inhabited by speedy automatons that take immutable routes leading nowhere. Up close, each figure is an individual, walking down dark alleys, pointing, waving and emerging from potholes. But from a distance, the individuals morph into complex patterns swallowed up in a labyrinth of buildings and cookie-cutter trees.

Utilizing cubist techniques, Seguí’s repeated elements give shape to the cities causing planes to vibrate between line and color. Numerous perspectives unfold with each vibration and reflect the many angles of life of the urban man. Always in action, the little figures trample, tip-toe, dodge and advance through Seguí’s imaginary metropolis of life. 

His work is representated on a series of narratives and criticisms reflected on paintings that show many little men, dressed in 20's style clothes. He uses his own recourse based on comic strip characters, texts, arrows and various signs, juxtaposed onto the figures that resemble comic strip style language.

Seguí’s work is collected and exhibited worldwide in places such as the MoMA, New York; Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, D.C.; Frissiras Museum, Athens, Greece; Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, Argentina; Museum der Moderne Salzburg, Austria; Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik, Croatia; and Museo Tamayo, Mexico City, Mexico. The Musée National d´Art Moderne, Paris organized a retrospective of his works on paper in 2005. A monograph on the artist by Daniel Abadie was published in 2010 by Hazan.

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Art Miami '95, USA.

S. Zannettacci, Geneva, Switzerland

Marwan Hoss, Paris, France

Gallerie du Cirque Divers, Belgium

Le Moulin du Roc, France

Fundacao C. Gulbenkaian, Portugal

Gallerie J. Rubeiz, Beirut, Liban


F. Santos, Portugal

E. Franck Gallery, Belgium


Galleria San Carlo, Milan, Italy

Galería I. Vega, Puerto Rico

Winance-Sabbe, Belgium

FIAC, Paris, France


Casa Rosada, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Espace Julio Gonzales, France

Centre d'Art Contemporaine, Mont-de-Marsan, France

Galería Sonia Zannettacci, Geneva, Switzerland

Ruta Correa, Fribourg, Germany

Editions du Nopal, Paris, France

Marwan Hoss, Paris, France

Le Salon d'Art, Brussels, Belgium


Art Miami '91, Miami, USA

Saga '91, Paris, France

M. Gutierrez Fine Arts, Key Biscayne, Miami, USA

MNBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Museo de Artes Visuales, Montevideo, Uruguay


C. Bernard Gallery, New York, USA

Art Cologne '90, Colonia, Germany


E. Franck Gallery, Belgium

FIAC, Paris, France

Botanique, Brussels, Belgium

La Louviére, Belgium


E. Franck Gallery, Chicago, USA

Rubbers, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Ruta Correa, Fribourg, Germany


ARCO, E. Franck Gallery, Madrid, Spain

E. Franck Gallery Knokke-Le-Zoute, Belgium

Cloltre Saint-Louis, Aix-en-Provence, France

Praxis, Córdoba, Argentina

J. Conci, Córdoba, Argentina

Praxis, Santiago, Chile


Biennal de Pintura Joven de París, France

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