Fundación Federico Jorge Klemm

Fundación Federico Jorge Klemm

About the Museum


Panoramic gallery view

Interior, Fundación Federico Jorge Klemm

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Courtesy of FFJ Klemm

Panoramic gallery view

Exterior View, Fundacion Federico Jorge Klemm
Courtesy FFJ Klemm

Exterior View, Fundacion Federico Jorge Klemm

Panoramic gallery view
Courtesy of FFJ Klemm

Panoramic gallery view

Panoramic gallery view
Courtesy of FFJ Klemm

Panoramic gallery view

The Fundación Federico Jorge Klemm was established in 1995 as a new concept for a global museum, where exhibitions of art collections could be showcased along with didactic and museological tools that met the needs of art lovers, collectors and specialized critics alike, by giving artworks new dimensions and contextualizing them as historical testimonies of the artistic practice. Federico Jorge Klemm started this venture by donating his personal collection to the institution. Driven by the desire of giving it a permanent exhibition space, and as a gesture of his proclaimed love for art as a transcendental value and a means to explore globalization, the space embodied a life of its own. The Fundación Federico Jorge Klemm has dedicated its years and expertise to the promotion of young artists, the advancement of contemporary art, and the preservation of its patrimonial collection in order to share its wonderful objects with the community.

Collection Highlights


Roberto Aizenberg

Monumento

Guillermo Kuitca

El ejército de Ebro

René Magritte

La main heureuse

Lucio Fontana

Passa un jet, che voglia di partire per l´infinito. Concetto Spaziale-Attesse (Taggli)

Andy Warhol

Four Marilyns
Fundación Federico Jorge Klemm: Collection Highlights

Roberto Aizenberg

Monumento, 1990-1995
oil on canvas , 86 cm x 76 cm
Photo: Gustavo Lowry

Guillermo Kuitca

El ejército de Ebro, 1985
mixed media on canvas , 130 cm x 197 cm
Photo: Gustavo Lowry

René Magritte

La main heureuse, 1955
watercolour on gouche , 26.6 cm x 35 cm
Photo: Gustavo Lowry

Lucio Fontana

Passa un jet, che voglia di partire per l´infinito. Concetto Spaziale-Attesse (Taggli), 1962
oil on canvas
64.7 cm x 54 cm

Andy Warhol

Four Marilyns, 1979/86
silkscreen on canvas , 92.4 cm x 70.8 cm
Photo: Gustavo Lowry
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