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Leonor Fini / Pourquoi pas?
FEBRUARY 2 - MAY 11, 2014

The exhibition opens on Sunday, 2 February, at 3 pm. Inauguration speech by Bildmuseet's Director Katarina Pierre and Jean-Pierre Lacroix, Ambassador of France in Sweden.

Sunday, 27 April, at 2 pm.
Leonor Fini: An Independent Voice That Shaped Surrealist History
Whitney Chadwick, art historian and author of the book, Women Artists and the Surrealist Movement, and Richard Overstreet, Director of the Leonor Fini Archives, Paris, give a guided tour of the exhibition, Leonor Fini / Pourquoi pas?

Warmest welcome!

Leonor Fini was a noted artist and personality in European cultural life of the last century. Her work challenged conventional ideas by questioning the boundaries between feminine and masculine, myth and reality, consciousness and the unconscious. She went emphatically her own way, and her work is characterized by a radical, consistent and individual approach.

Leonor Fini’s many-sided oeuvre is now presented for the first time in the Nordic countries. The exhibition comprises works from the 1930’s, 40’s and 50’s, and presents paintings, drawings, objects, book illustrations and costume sketches for theatre, ballet, and opera.

This exhibition is curated by Brita Täljedal, Cecilia Andersson and Anna Rådström who extend their gratitude to Arlette Souhami, Galerie Minsky, Paris, and Richard Overstreet, The Leonor Fini Archives, Paris.

The exhibition is produced by Bildmuseet with the support of Umeå2014 – European Capital of Culture.

Image: L'Homme aux masques, 1949 © Collection of Neil Zukerman, courtesy CFM Gallery, New York

Post Address:
Umeå University
S-901 87 Umeå


Current Exhibition at CFM

The Illustrations of Anne Bachelier

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Also on View

Leonor Fini's only sculpture

"SUJET en or"

Edition of 12
18 Kt. Gold



Five Figurative Sculptors



Ailene Fields *.Lisa Lichtenfels *.Frederick Hart *.Lucio Bubacco
.Michael Parkes


Leonor Fini.*.Michael Parkes * Salvador Dali

Illustrations by

Anne Bachelier




Click the address below to read Paul Ben-Itzak's take on the exclusion of Leonor Fini from the current exhibition at the Morgan Library in New York City. It appeared in the on-line Art Investment News.

Special thanks to Paul for allowing us access to the article!


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"13 plus 1 by Edgar Allan Poe"

An anthology of Poe's Short Stories and Poetry

Profusely Illustrated by Anne Bachelier

with an introduction by Poe expert, Susan Jaffe Tane

"13 plus 1 by Edgar Allan Poe"


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To Read Ed McCormack's glowing review from the November issue of Gallery and Studio

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To Read Heather Dale's review from the December issue of Fine Art Magazine




Alice's Adventures in Wonderland / Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There

Is back in print and is available for ordering

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Remember - Now Available

Out of the Nowhere Into the Here
Ailene Fields Sculpture

First Edition Hard Cover

176 high gloss pages of full color photos.

500 sculptures - in stone and bronze - are pictured
in this, the first, monograph and catalog raisonée featuring the amazing work of Ailene Fields.

A beautiful coffee-table edition that pleases the senses as well as presenting a portrait of the artist through her work.

Included in the text are Essays by:

Thomas Larose, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Art History,
Chair, Department of Music, Art & Design, Viginia State University,
Former Curator of the Appleton Museum, Ocala, Florida

Ed McCormack, Editor and Art Critic, Gallery and Studio Magazine,
Former Feature Reporter for Rolling Stone Magazine

Introduction by Neil Zukerman, Director, CFM Gallery and Publisher

Retail $85.00



Calice Uomo

by Lucio Bubacco

Erotico X

by Lucio Bubacco

Erotico IX

by Lucio Bubacco

Calice Donna

by Lucio Bubacco


..Click Here to Read "What is Art?" A Diatribe by Neil Zukerman

CFM Gallery
Exquisite technique coupled with artistic vision defines our user-friendly presentation of figurative fine art paintings, sculptures and original graphics. Contemporary symbolism at its apex in the traditions of Bosch, the Italian Renaissance, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, the Viennese and German Secession and the symbolist movements with an edge of surrealism.