The Estate of Charles O. Perry
g a macura inc. is working with the estate of Charles O. Perry (1929 - 2011). He was an artist, mathematician, and architect, known for his large-scale public sculptures. Perry received more than 100 major commissions around the world, including pieces at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C, the Hood Museum at Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH; Harvard University, Boston, MA; Zeimu University, Tokyo, Japan; Shell Oil, Melbourne, Australia and Singapore. As an industrial designer, Perry has invented three unique IBD prize winning chairs. He also designed a collection of jewelry and silver objects for Tiffany, puzzles for the Museum of Modern Art, and a chess set, which is in the Design Collection of MoMA. He frequently lectured on mathematics and art in conferences throughout the world.
The Estate of
g a macura inc. is now working with the estate of Bob Kane (1937 - 2013). Kane was a prolific painter who exhibited in New York at Bertha Schaefer Gallery and Hollis Taggart, in Los Angeles at Ankrum Gallery, in Florida at Harmon-Meek Gallery, in France at the Musée de St. Paul de Vence, and in Toyko at the American Embassy, among many others. He enjoyed relationships with many interesting figures who collected his work, including actors Audrey Hepburn, Al Pacino, Leonard Nimoy, and Mary Tyler Moore; and major collectors such as Edward Broida and Olga Hirshhorn. His works are included in more than thirty museum permanent collections. Recent inclusions were in 2011 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and in 2012 at the Orlando Museum of Art in Florida.
Eva Kane Trust Poster Collection
A batch of nearly 800 vintage posters were discovered in the collection of the late Eva Kane. Many were in pristine condition as they had been stashed in a closet untouched for 60 years! g a macura inventoried, researched, and safely stored the collection, which includes beautiful examples of travel, food and beverage, special events, and art exhibition posters. Below see a poster dealer Mr. Ross discuss a portion of the collection he recently acquired:
See what we've worked on in the past: