Exhibitor listing

SmithDavidson Gallery

SmithDavidson Gallery
Prinsengracht 570
1017 KR Amsterdam
Netherlands
T  +31 20 626 5945
M   +1 786 397 5546
M   +31 6 132 619 83
info@smith-davidson.com
smith-davidson.com
SmithDavidson Gallery
Tintorettostraat 3
1077 TP Amsterdam
Netherlands
T  +31 20 6265945
info@smith-davidson.com
www.smith-davidson.com
SmithDavidson Gallery
7580 NE 4th CT
Suite No. 107 & 108
Miami, FL 33138
United States
T  +1 786 502 4036
M   +1 786 397 5546
M   +1 786 775 2016
info@smith-davidson.com
smith-davidson.com

E-mail address : info@smith-davidson.com
Website :http://www.smith-davidson.com

ABOUT

SmithDavidson Gallery, based in Amsterdam and Miami, exhibits a dynamic range of leading modern and contemporary art in various mediums. The present gallery’s mission is to acquire and present the work of significant artists whose work has either defined or is expanding the parameters of the visual arts.

Founded in 1969 in The Hague, Netherlands, the gallery was originally named Leslie Smith Gallery after its American owner. Leslie Smith was a leading specialist and the preeminent source for 19th century Dutch painting throughout the 1970s and 1980s. The genre became acknowledged as “The Second Golden Age of Dutch Art” after Smith coined the term while collaborating on an exhibition of the same name at the Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem in 1986.

Leslie Smith’s son David Smith assumed control in 1990 and the gallery then began to shift its focus towards 20th Century Modern and Contemporary Art. Starting in 2007 his wife Gabriëlle Davidson, then a successful lawyer, became increasingly involved in the gallery’s daily operations, finally becoming a partner in the business in 2015. Reflecting this evolution, the gallery moved to Amsterdam in 2007 and later adopted the name SmithDavidson Gallery.
A second location was opened in Miami In 2016, after having exhibited at Art Miami fair for over a decade and in order to have a permanent presence in the city’s international art scene.

SmithDavidson Gallery has also become known for its collection of high end Modern and Contemporary Australian Aboriginal painting. This field is a specialty of David (Smith) and Gabrielle (Davidson) and they have, over the last decade, built an important private collection of the same genre. After first encountering this unique art movement during a trip to Australia in 2006 they started collecting and a year later Simon Levie, the former-director of the Rijksmuseum, opened their first Aboriginal Art exhibition in the new Amsterdam Gallery. SmithDavidson has become a leading resource ever since.

SmithDavidson Gallery enjoys an esteemed international reputation and clientele that includes several important private, corporate, and public collections. The gallery has multiple permanent locations. Two in Amsterdam on the Prinsengracht 570 and at the Minervaplein in the prestigious Amsterdam Zuid and one in Miami at Ironside, 7580 NE 4th Court. Besides featuring a program of rotating solo or thematic group shows, the gallery
also exhibits at several prominent international art fairs that include
TEFAF Maastricht, Art Miami, EXPO Chicago and Zona Maco, Mexico City.

  • David Smith Director

  • Gabriëlle Davidson Director

  • Paul Geerlings Gallery Manager

Exhibitor's Artists:

  • Banksy  (+)

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    •   Banksy - Smiley Copper Panel C

      Smiley Copper Panel C

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  • Os Gemeos

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  • Marc Lagrange

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  • Gavin Rain

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  • Gerhard Richter  (+)

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  • Paul Rousso  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Paul Rousso - New York Times Arts & Leisure 05-07-17

      New York Times Arts & Leisure 05-07-17

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  • Marie-Cécile Thijs

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  • Warlimpirrnga Tjapaltjarri

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  • George ‘Hairbrush’ Tjungurrayi

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  • Hong Yi Zhuang  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Hong Yi Zhuang - Flowerbed Colorchange

      Flowerbed Colorchange

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New York Times Arts & Leisure 05-07-17 - Paul Rousso

Paul Rousso

New York Times Arts & Leisure 05-07-17

Mixed media on hand-sculpted styrene

123 x 210 x 27 cm / 48.5 x 83 x 10.5 inch

Executed in 2017

Smiley Copper Panel C -   Banksy

Banksy

Smiley Copper Panel C

Banksy
Smiley Copper Panel C
Spray paint and emulsion on drywall cut out 152.5 x 91 cm / 60 x 35.8 inch
Executed in 2002

Provenance
Exhistencilism exhibition, Los Angeles, 2002 Private collection, Birmingham, UK

Red Shoe - Yayoi Kusama

Yayoi Kusama

Red Shoe

Yayoi Kusama
(Japanese, b. 1929)

Red Shoe

Mixed media
29.5 x 40 x 12 cm / 11.6 x 5.7 x 4.7 inch
Signed and dated at the bottom: “Yayoi Kusama 1991”

Executed 1991

Flowerbed Colorchange - Hong Yi Zhuang

Hong Yi Zhuang

Flowerbed Colorchange

100 x 100 cm / 39.3 x 39.3 cm

Rice Paper and Acrylic on Canvas

Executed in 2016