Follow your art instinct and visit Supreme Gallery.

“Trying to understand what life was like in ancient Rome is an imaginative act, but so is recalling that I left my car keys in the kitchen. However, the experience of art is notable marked by the manner in which it decouples imagination from practical concern, freeing it, as Kant instructed from the constraints of logic and rational understanding.” 

As much as I agree with Denis Dutton‘s statement in “The Art Instinct“, it is a joyous day when one encounters the exception: art that is also practical. Fret not though, as the addition of logic and practicality do not take away from the high doses of whimsy and fancy that are at work at Supreme Gallery.
On the 28th of November 2012, Supreme Gallery opened its gates to all admirers of Art Deco and Art Nouveau furniture. Thus essentially to all of us, because who does not love the era of Greta Garbo, Fred Astaire, charleston and jazz? Alessandro Mendini, Gabriella Crespi, Andrea Branzi, or Gio Ponti are just a few of the remarkable artists who are behind the designs of some of the pieces that we can find here.
To start mentioning and describing all the wonderful items that can be spotted at the gallery is a futile task since no words can do credit to the feeling of recognizing the powerful fascination of a true piece of art. Whether you’re an architect, a person looking to buy a heritage piece of furniture, or simply an admirer of authentic beauty, you are welcomed to step into this extravagant and dreamlike universe. 

Ultimately, all things considered, it simply feels natural to follow your human (art) instinct and visit Supreme Gallery.
Intrarea Tudor Stefan, nr.7, Bucharest, Romania
Mon-Sat: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Sun: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Contact: 0728 164 972