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The Most Beautiful Thing in the World Today: A Fine Art Pop-Up

Hundreds of rare European pieces will be on sale in NYC for two weeks only

Three of Europe’s elite art galleries have joined forces to hold a pop-up exhibition for the ages. Beginning on October 14, Marie-Amélie Carlier of Brimo de Laroussilhe in Paris, Nicolas and Alexis Kugel of Galerie J. Kugel, also in Paris, and Alessandra di Castro of Rome will be showing over 300 objects in their first exhibition in the United States.

A desk from the Galerie J. Kugel

Some items will be appearing in public for the very first time. Furniture, paintings and antiques spanning over 2,000 years of European history will be on display at New York’s Upper East Side Academy Mansion, one of the cities’ largest historical townhouses. The pop-up will be free and open to the public, providing a rare chance to view—and purchase—art ranging in price from $20,000 to $20 million. All three gallerists are renowned experts, ensuring quality for collectors who want to make an investment in European art.

Bust of Caracalla from the Galleria Alessandra Di Castro

The exhibition will run until October 30, and will be open Monday through Saturday from 10am – 6:30pm and Sunday from 12pm – 5pm.