work of art in the spotlight: Galerie Maximilian |


Damien Hirst, “Tyloxapol”, 2010, woodcut, 36 half x 48 “. Photo courtesy of Galerie Maximilian

Throughout his 40 years of practice, Albert Sanford, owner of the Maximillian Gallery, has always believed in one common place when purchasing artistic activities: “If I can’t stop”

a little in my own house that would not deserve any place on the partitions of my gallery or at my client’s. “

It is this passionate, non-public relationship with artistic endeavors and accumulated craftsmanship that makes the Maximillian Gallery one of the largest in Aspen. In a dynamic, welcoming and interesting setting, discover the works of many of the world’s most sought-after artists, all modern and modern. Prospects turn into friends and go to the gallery season after season, 12 months for 12 months. It is an invaluable relationship based primarily on religion.

“Our clients consider our expertise and respect that we are one of the many oldest working galleries in Aspen,” says Sanford. “We were based in 1997 and made it our mission to spend time with our customers and help them build high quality collections that they have been happy with for generations. “

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The Maximillian Gallery usually changes the facilities so that you are almost sure to see something new every time you go.

The summer season 2021 begins with the “New British Editions”, which from June 1 to July 19 features works by Damien Hirst, Anish Kapoor, Idris Khan, Michael Craig Martin, Harland Miller, Julian Opie, Grayson Perry and Clare Woods . Sarah Graham: Newest Works, July 23 – August 15, features ink drawings of flowers that may take your breath away. The artist has created a singular work that reveals a collection of dahlias of their common sense in improbable colors and compositions. Each design is hand painted with pure pigments on craft paper, allowing him to use his favorite utensils and perform the works artistically. The artist should be up to date for an eBook signing session August 2-4 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. (by appointment only). RSVP at 970-925-6100 or Art

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