Simons Gallery


2518 JP The Hague
The Hague
Netherlands
Phone: 305-409-6018

Justin Hamel (Director)

Maria Duque (Assistant Director)


About

Originally a private collection based in Mexico City, including the works of Latin American and internationally-renowned masters, Simons Gallery now boasts an ever-growing contemporary collection of emerging, mid-career and established artists from around the world.
New to Simons Gallery in 2019 are secondary market works from Keith Harring, J.M Basquiat , Torres Garcia, Klee and Tintoretto.

This contemporary collection is located in Miami, Florida, and The Hague, Netherlands. Simons Gallery seeks to promote and support the relationship between the Latin American art tradition and international contemporary artists.

Simons Gallery is home to an inspired mix of artists of all generations who strive to create exceptional art for its own sake and at times as a vehicle for change and social activism, from image to action. Simons Gallery artists — through their work — seek to inspire global awareness and instil a spirit of engagement and collaboration throughout the world, homing in on salient issues and themes that we as global citizens face.

The Simons Gallery participates in prestigious Art Fairs worldwide, as
well as ecological and social projects.

Leonor Anthony Jazz, A Love Supreme

60H x 32W inches
2018
Mixed media on wood panel

This piece is mainly a self-portrait; a fusion of Anthony's love of Jazz and her Latin Roots. Jazz, A Love Supreme takes inspiration from the genre's freedom from hate, fear, and love of glorious inclusivity.

Leonor Anthony What Glass Ceiling

Leonor Anthony Trophy Wives

Leonor Anthony Do

Leonor Anthony Contact Light

Leonor Anthony A Time for Greatness

Leonor Anthony We the People

Leonor Anthony No Te Midas

Leonor Anthony Autumn in New York

Roberto Polillo John Coltrane (Milano, 1962)

Dimensions: 11.8H x 17.7W inches
Medium: Giglée print on Canson Baryta Prestige paper, 340 gsm
Year: 1962

Roberto Polillo Thelonious Monk & his wife Nellie (Milano, 1964)

Dimensions: 11.8H x 17.7W inches
Medium: Giglée print on Canson Baryta Prestige paper, 340 gsm
Year: 1964

Roberto Polillo Ella Fitzgerald (Milano, 1968)

Dimensions: 11.8H x 17.7W inches
Medium: Giglée print on Canson Baryta Prestige paper, 340 gsm
Year: 1968

Roberto Polillo Thelonious Monk (Milano, 1964)

Roberto Polillo Duke Ellington (Milano, 1966)

Dimensions: 11.8H x 17.7W inches
Medium: Giglée print on Canson Baryta Prestige paper, 340 gsm
Year: 1966

Roberto Polillo Dizzy Gillespie (Milano, 1967)

Dimensions: 11.8H x 17.7W inches
Medium: Giglée print on Canson Baryta Prestige paper, 340 gsm
Year: 1967

Roberto Polillo Louis Armstrong (Juan-les-Pins, 1967)

Dimensions: 11.8H x 17.7W inches
Medium: Giglée print on Canson Baryta Prestige paper, 340 gsm
Year: 1967

Jon Gilchrist I Before E

I was in a season of deep self-assessment, and felt like I needed to refocus on the things that prioritized self-love and promoted harmony above all else. The internal struggle that was consuming me at this time was due to realizing that I needed to accept my shortcomings and regrets related to lost loved ones. I was giving energy and life to my personal guilt – my personal demons, at the expense of my emotional health. I felt like I needed to be punished for “seemingly not doing enough”. By refocusing, I rediscovered love and acceptance. I forgave myself – I realized that I had done all that I could in those moments. I realized that perfection is the unattainable and sacred brass ring, and that my only path forward was to accept my intentions and efforts as timely and well-intended.

Jon Gilchrist Tell Me Again

There is a real and explicit value in challenging The Self. Pushing back against the status quo requires real effort and determination. It is in those moments where we can find our truth. Not in a meme or on a fitness-branded tee, or a self-empowerment book. But, in the blood, sweat, and tears that we expend at the expense of settling. It is in those moments where we chant our own personal mantra of unrelenting, of resistance, where we can find the strength to match that voice in our heads telling us to push forward at all cost. Because we know that on the other side of status quo, is our answer.

Emka Bergmann Happy Birthday Mr. God

Rob Will N/A

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Leonor Anthony, "We the People"
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Roberto Polillo, "Thelonious Monk (Milano, 1964)", 1964, Giglée print on Canson Baryta Prestige paper, 340 gsm, 11.8H x 17.7W inches.
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