Harter Galerie, specialist in 20th century antiques and vintage interior design, often features in both specialist antiques and non-specialist press, owing to the quality of its pieces.
As an antiques dealer in Nice, Harter Gallery is also shown as an example of a French art gallery when magazines take a trip along the antique dealers’ promenade in Nice.
We have thus had the honor of being highlighted by such distinguished publications as Architectural Design, Elle Décoration and Résidences Décoration.
Below you will find the full range of articles that have featured Harter Galerie, our vintage interior design and 20th century antiques gallery.
GEOMETRY ACCORDING TO ALBERT CHUBAC
FROM 14/06/2019 TO 15/10/2019 at Galerie HARTER.
"I do geometry for simplicity, we are not taken by forms but by the spirit".
VERNISSAGE ON FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 2019.
AD ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST N°134, AVRIL, 2018.
MARIE CLAIRE, N°769, SEPTEMBRE, 2016
DOLCE DESIGN, No. 4, 2016.
We live by and for antiques. And as not without humor underlines Jean-Pierre, "forty years that we exercise the antique business, we have learned that the best pieces are those that we would have liked guarded. But now, we must choose between becoming a collector and or devote himself to the wishes of its customers. " He chose and has specialized in the design of the 50 to 80. While acknowledging enjoy especially Italian designers, he is committed to never close the door to discovery. "I love working with glass Max Ingrand for Fontana Arte", says it to you, as to associate the transalpine brand and talent of a French designer. When Chubac succession, he acquired the studio background of the artist, a good fifty paintings. Recognized in the profession, "it is this accumulative library of who does our outstanding expertise in the work of art," Jean-Pierre Harter concludes with a final sentence: "I live in an eternal frustration" and laughs ...
GALLERY HARTER 36 CATHERINE STREET SEGURANE 06300 NICE.
ELLE DECO, N°214 AVRIL 2015.
Vintage ceiling fixture by Angelo Lelli for Arredoluce from Harter Galerie.
COTE SUD, N°150 OCTOBRE/NOVEMBRE 2014.
And staying with glamour...
Harter, a 20th century passion.
Located on the Port, you’ll find a family, an infallible eye and a showroom that changes appearance with every discovery. And what discoveries they are!
36 rue Catherine Ségurane, 06300 Nice.
tél 04 93 07 10 29, www.hartergalerie.com
HARTER, where style speaks for itself
When he settles back in the Proust armchair by Alessandro Mendi (Cappelini), Jean-Pierre Harter can talk unstoppably about the creations by French and Italian designers that are scattered about his immense art and design gallery. But his eyes take on an extra sparkle when he picks up a painting by Albert Chubac, for he has just bought a part of the artist’s studio collection. Since then, he has not ceased to sing the praises of this artist, whom he considers all too frequently under-estimated!
36 rue Ségurane, tel. 04 93 07 10 29
AD, ARCHITECTURAL DGEST, ESPANA ENERO N°87.
ELLE DECORATION N°223 DECEMBRE 2013.
Welcome to Harter Galerie, one of the most iconic art galleries of Nice’s antique dealers’ districts, run by Jean-Pierre Harter, leading specialist in 20th century antiques, featuring: Gio Ponti, Rietveld, Perriand, Pablo Picasso ceramics...
All the masters are there, with paintings by the artist Albert Chubac looking down on the numerous other rare pieces on display. An absolute must are the immaculate ceramics by Georges Pelletier, restyled by the gallery.
36 rue Catherine Ségurnae, 06300 Nice.
ELLE DECORATION N°218 JUIN 2013.
Well-known in Nice, Jean-Pierre Harter has developed a passion for the works of the painter Albert Chubac and has purchased almost his entire studio collection.
He is therefore almost the only dealer exclusively to offer a collection of paintings by this leading figure of the Nice School, little-known but interesting, joyous and adorable.
GALERIE HARTER, 36 rue Catherine Ségurane, 06300 Nice.
ELLE DECORATION N°216 AVRIL 2013.
3. HARTER, fabulously fifties.
In the antiquarians’ district of Nice, Jean-Pierre Harter runs an immense art and interior design gallery specializing in Fifties furniture and the works of the Niçois painter Albert Chubac, most of whose studio collection he has purchased.
Chubac’s paintings, brightly-colored or naive, blend in beautifully with the furniture that is displayed in the gallery.
36 rue Catherine Ségurane, 06300 Nice.
COTE SUD N°138 OCTOBRE/NOVEMBRE 2012.
AD ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST DICIEMBRE 2012 ESPANA N°75.
EXPOSITION PERMANANETE D'ALBERT CHUBAC.
AD ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST AVRIL 2012, FRANCE N°107.
ELLE DECORATION N°202 SEPTEMBRE 2011.
ELLE DECORATION N°201 AOUT 2011.
COTE SUD N°230 JUIN/JUILLET 2011.
When you step into the GALERIE HARTER, converted in 2010 from a former military chemist’s, you will find yourself in an Aladdin’s Cave: gems of every color, shapes and drawings of different sizes and periods dominate the space.
In the heart of Nice, the HARTER family (Jean-Pierre, Eliane and their daughter Marika) run this 200m2 gallery that represents the world of beauty. Jean-Pierre’s passion for art, as well as his career, is testament to more than 40 years of devotion to antiques.
The HARTER family first opened a gallery in Paris, specializing in classic and Grande Époque furniture, but over the years they moved to the South of France and turned towards the very rich and varied XX century: Colombo, Fornasetti, Picasso, Ponti, Poliakoff, Panton, Prouvé, Kuramata ….
“Over the course of so many years we have learnt that the best pieces are those that we would like to keep, but we have to choose between the desire to collect and that of meeting clients’ needs.”
Photographies: Edith Andreotta.