PAD LONDON
For the 2020 online edition of PAD London, Opera Gallery is pleased to invite you in a cross-cultural, engaging experience with a curated selection of works featuring artists such as Fernando Botero, Joan Miró, Pierre Soulages, Manolo Valdés, Niki de Saint Phalle or Anthony James.
Manolo Valdés, Infanta Margarita, 2019
Aluminium, 30,5 x 20,3 x 15,2 cm (12 x 8 x 6 in)
Available
Manolo Valdés, Doble Imagen, 2020
Mixed media, 149.9 x 200.7 cm (59 x 79 in)
Available
Manolo Valdés, Reina Mariana, 2019
Resin with pigment, 180 x 130 x 89 cm (70.9 x 51.2 x 35 in)
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Manolo Valdés, Mariposas Doradas, 2017
Bronze with gold patina, 42 x 70 x 17 cm (16.5 x 27.6 x 6.7 in)
Available
“In art, as long as you have ideas and think,
you are bound to deform nature. Art is deformation.”
Fernando Botero
Fernando Botero , Boy with a Cigarette, 1968
Oil on canvas, 118,1 x 94,6 cm (46.5 x 37.2 in)
Available
Manolo Valdés, Selene, 2020
Bronze, 68,6 x 45,7 x 30,5 cm (27 x 18 x 12 in)
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Manolo Valdés, Iris, 2017
Polychromated bronze, 51 x 33 x 19 cm (20.1 x 13 x 7.5 in)
Available

“The painting rises from the brushstrokes as a poem rises from the words.
The meaning comes later.”
Joan Miró
Joan Miró, Femme, Oiseaux, 1977
Crayon and pastel on paper, 39 x 48,3 cm (15.4 x 19 in)
Available
Niki de Saint Phalle, Oiseau, 1968
Painted fiberglass, 83,5 x 139 x 23 cm (32.9 x 54.7 x 9.1 in)
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Manolo Valdés, Retrato con Fondo Naranja, 2020
Mixed media, 165,1 x 177,8 cm (65 x 70 in)
Available
“An artist has to learn to look before they start to see,
and without knowing how to see there is no art.”
Manolo Valdés

Marc Chagall, Premier bouquet des amoureux, 1972
Oil, tempera and charcoal drawing on masonite, 41 x 33 cm (16.1 x 13 in)
Available
“Velázquez said that painting should be done with large brushes. That’s how I work. The emotion contained in a colour is expressed by this generosity, by expressing without restrains.”
André Brasilier
André Brasilier, Deux chevaux sous la neige, 2018
Oil on canvas, 38 x 61 cm (15 x 24 in)
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André Brasilier, Contre-jour au couchant, 2019
Oil on canvas, 97 x 146 cm (38.2 x 57.5 in)
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“For me, it's important to experience aesthetic shock, which sets in motion our imagination, our emotions, our feelings, and our thoughts. That's the purpose of a painting and of art in general.”
Pierre Soulages
Pierre Soulages, Gouache 65 x 50 cm, 1952
Gouache on paper, 65 x 50 cm (25.6 x 19.7 in)
Available
Pierre Soulages, Brou de noix 76,5 x 56,5 cm, 1998
Walnut stain on paper laid on canvas, 76,5 x 56,5 cm (30.1 x 22.2 in)
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Hermann Nitsch, 06_14, 2014
Acrylic on canvas, 200 x 300 cm (78.7 x 118.1 in)
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“I depict time by applying a filter of motion and distortion.”
Andy Denzler
Andy Denzler, Selfreflection II, 2019
Oil on canvas, 210 x 180 cm (82.7 x 70.9 in)
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Julian Opie, Mini Skirt Girl. 1. 2014, 2014
Vinyl on wooden stretcher, 200 x 100 cm (78.7 x 39.4 in)
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“I don’t want the viewer to feel like they’re just looking at a material object. I really want them to have experience, to feel that sense of infinity inside themselves.”
Anthony James
Anthony James, 60" Great Rhombicosidodecahedron (Solar black), 2020
Stainless Steel, glass, LED, Solar Black finish, 152,4 x 152,4 x 152,4 cm (60 x 60 x 60 in)
Available

Cho Sung-Hee , Red Blossoms with Blue Stars, 2019
Collage, Korean paper (Hanji) and oil on canvas, 90,9 x 72,7 cm (35.8 x 28.6 in)
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Cho Sung-Hee, Red and Blue Blossoms with Pearl Stars, 2019
Collage, Korean paper (Hanji) and oil on canvas, 90,9 x 72,7 cm (35.8 x 28.6 in)
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Lee Gil Rae, Millennum Pine Tree 2019 -10, 2019
Copper welding, 280 x 135 x 63 cm (110.2 x 53.1 x 24.8in)
Available