Why was it established?
The D.O.P. Art
Foundation operates as an educational and lending resource mostly for modern and
contemporary art and is dedicated to build, disclose and maintain a Collection
that reflects the scope and diversity of the art from our time.
Our Foundation assists
museums striving to present Modern and Contemporary Art in a complex economic and cultural
climate. While private collectors usually limits the accessibility of modern and contemporary
artists' work, the Foundation's makes the collection´s
works available for exhibit and loan to museums and
university galleries through its "Lending Library Program". Since its inception
in 1999, artworks from the D.O.P. Private Collection (Colección D.O.P.) have
been displayed in exhibitions
at nearly 50 museums, universities, and other public venues, and have been
viewed by approximately one million individuals per year.
You can see in the D.O.P.
collection some works that includes: Alechinsky, Alviani, Araki, Archipenko, Alcantara,
Bacon, Balla, Baziotes, Ben, Beecroft, Boggio, Brancusi, Brandt, Braque, Bravo,
Buffet, Bury, Bustamante, Calder, Camargo, Caro, Cárdenas, Carreño, Castellani, Chagall,
Cruz-Diez, Dalí, Debourg, Dufy, Escobar, Fernández, Fernández-Muro, Fini,
Floris, Fontana, Francis, Gauguin, Gego, Guevara, González, Gris,
Hernández-Diez, Herrera, Kandinsky, Klee, Koons, Kosuth, Laurens, Lautrec, Léger, Le parc,
Lewitt, Lhote, Lissitzky, Longo, Malevitch, Matisse, Matta, Maza, Meier, Mérida, Michelena,
Moore, Morellet, Muniz, Nedo, Nevelson, Obregón, Otero, Peña, Picasso, Polesello,
Poliakoff, Pomodoro, Reverón, Salazar, Serrano, Schöffer, Schwitters, Sherman,
Signac, Stella, Soto, Saint Phalle, Taylor-Wood, Twombly, Uecker, Vasarely, Vlaminck,
Wesselman and many others...........
"Composición Numérica N° 1" , Ca.1960
Oil and Acrylic on canvas
© 2017 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris