Opera Gallery

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Opera Gallery is a network of 11 contemporary art galleries worldwide that were first opened in 1994 by Gilles Dyan.[1]

Today, Opera Gallery is present in most of the world's major art capitals: Paris (1994), Singapore (1994), New York (2000), Miami (2003), Hong Kong (2004), London (2005), Venice (2005), Seoul (2007), Dubai (2008), and Monaco (2009).

Opera Gallery provides a showcase for the works of the famous painters such as Picasso, Dalí, Miró, Braque, Warhol, and Chagall.

Opera Gallery also promotes Modern and contemporary creative talent. Recent artists include: Ron English, Lita Cabellut, Lori Earley, David Mach, Flore Zoé, Camilla D’Errico, and Sylvain Tremblay. Opera Gallery supports young artists who have gone on to achieve international recognition. The Gallery continues to find many talented artists in Europe, Asia, and America.

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  1. ^ Tungate, Mark (Oct 2009). Luxury World: The Past, Present and Future of Luxury Brands. Kogan Page. 

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