Abraham Lacalle and Kitaj
Founded in London in 1946 by Frank Lloyd and Harry Fischer, the Marlborough Gallery opened its doors in Madrid in 1992. Throughout virtually all this time, Artes Gráficas Palermo has enjoyed a close relationship with this famous exhibition venue, printing a large number of its catalogues. For example, there is “Bosques” (Forests), an exhibition of recent work by Abraham Lacalle, from Almeria, which was on show between 26 April and 2 June. The author himself congratulated Palermo for its work on printing the book.
Then there is the catalogue for “Odyssey” by Ronald. B. Kitaj, the US-born artist who became a major figure in British pop art. An anthology of some of his first paintings, with others from his final stage. In this case, too, the printing by Artes Gráficas Palermo was also highly praised.
The exhibition on this painter, who maintained close ties with Spain, runs from 13 September to 20 October.
Photo credits: Image provided by the Marlborough Gallery.