Pashmin Art Gallery
Pashmin Art Gallery
With an experience of a quarter of a century, Pashmin Art Gallery possesses a wide range of associations in world of art with artists, galleries and museums. The gallery began its exhibitions with contemporary artists in 1990 and expanded its work with classic modern masters. The recent focus on globalization of art lead Pashmin Art Gallery to present artists from five continents, while it is aware of significant cultural differences between them all.
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The main concept of Pashmin Art Gallery through presenting this vast scope of artists is to bridge the cultural and artistic gap between different cultures and countries. The gallery constantly regulates its philosophy of bridging the gaps between the nations through art. The language of pictorial art as one of a few is spoken globally and thus it is able to erase barriers between nations.
The gallery has been active in organizing art events in different realms of art such as exhibitions in international art fairs in New York, Monaco, Chicago and other major art centers around the world. The recent participations of the gallery have been in Contemporary Istanbul 2010, Art Beijing 2010, Contemporary Art Fair Shanghai 2011, Art Madrid 2012, Art Beijing 2012. It has also been highly active in auctions and philanthropic art exhibitions.
Pashmin Art Gallery has made a platform for organizing art events and exhibitions, publication of art books, and art management. Different outstanding art critics, art historians and writers such as Professor Hanns Theodor Flemming, Dr. Wolfgang Sauré, Dr. Peter Schütt and others have cooperated with Pashmin Art Gallery. Through our associations with other partners, galleries, fairs, museums, and art centers, the artists are cross-referenced and will catch the slippery fish of fame easier.
We are firmly convinced that art is much more than many people think. It is a language of its own, a mediator of embassies. People can be reconciled with each other through art and culture.