#PARIS Between sensuality imbued with a deaf violence and disturbing languor, Sally Mann depicts an America, a matrix land, which still heals the wounds of the Civil War and offers itself as a refuge to the eye. The Jeu de Paume Museum offers the American artist his first major retrospective in France. 40 years of wandering in a burning South, a corpus of images sometimes austere and desolate, sometimes sulphurous and sweaty, which bathe in a radical light so dear to Sally Mann.
#BASEL Born in Germany in 1940, Rebecca Horn had the intuition that her native language could no longer speak the world and that it needed to be replaced by a more open, universal language:…

Cinema

Documentary by Francis Gendron. Released June 19, 2019. Portrait of one of the most important and controversial characters in pre-war cinema. Bernard Natan, born Natan Tannenzaft in 1886 from Jewish parents in Romania,…
Documentary by Marie Frapin. Released June 12, 2019, edited by Marion Chataing. There are six, sometimes eight, damaged by life, homeless or in great precariousness. Every Tuesday, in the Emmaus solidarity centre, where…
#NICE Here is an exhibition where everything is presented in shots and sequences, where cinema is contemplated in the development of a city from the end of the 19th century. "Nice, cinémapolis" is…

Drawing

#DRAWING Details, many details flood the artist's drawings Jennifer May Reiland. This American artist, born in 1989 and who lives in New York, draws its inspiration from fiction and non-fiction writings. Then, she combines…
#DRAWING he is one of those artists who participated in the renewal of the print during the last third of the 19th century. He also frequented many personalities and was closely involved in…
#DRAWING A few days ago the first edition of Draw Art Fair was held in London. This contemporary drawing room brought together many European galleries that presented artists in solo shows. The Swiss…

Photo

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Thomas Ruff is a contemporary German photographer who seeks to explore and exploit in his work the multiple particularities of the photographic medium and the evolutions he is experiencing with the advent of…
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Philip Prioleau poses naked on a base, frozen, like a sculpture. He is the first African-American lover of Mapplethorpe and he's the one who suggests being represented on a pedestal. The installation of…
#NICE Sometimes space is offered to us in the evidence of its angles, its openings or its partitioning but it only takes a little bit for all this to flicker as if a…

Auctions

Claudia Cardinale will have walked the red carpets of the whole world, and particularly those of Cannes, which during the 70th edition paid her a special tribute. From Blake Edwards to Pasquale Squitieri,…
"I have done nothing in art that has not been the expression of a deep motivation, an emotion, a desire to keep a trace, everything being fleeting." It only took a few hours…
#PARIS Ten years after the first session that dispersed part of Leon Constantiner's photographic collection in New York, Christie is about to organize the second auction in Paris on June 19. Leon Constantiner…

Contemporary art

#BASEL Born in Germany in 1940, Rebecca Horn had the intuition that her native language could no longer speak the world and that it needed to be replaced by a more open, universal language:…
#ROUEN With So British!., it Museum of Fine Arts of Rouen pays tribute to the historical ties between Normandy and England. This resonates particularly in this period of Brexit. The Pinault Collection has…
#PARIS "The Moon" is the new exhibition of the Galeries nationales du Grand Palais. The celebration of the 50th anniversary of man's first steps on the moon is an opportunity to take a…

Arty

#BASEL Born in Germany in 1940, Rebecca Horn had the intuition that her native language could no longer speak the world and that it needed to be replaced by a more open, universal language:…
#DRAWING Details, many details flood the artist's drawings Jennifer May Reiland. This American artist, born in 1989 and who lives in New York, draws its inspiration from fiction and non-fiction writings. Then, she combines…
#ROUEN With So British!., it Museum of Fine Arts of Rouen pays tribute to the historical ties between Normandy and England. This resonates particularly in this period of Brexit. The Pinault Collection has…

Smart

Documentary by Francis Gendron. Released June 19, 2019. Portrait of one of the most important and controversial characters in pre-war cinema. Bernard Natan, born Natan Tannenzaft in 1886 from Jewish parents in Romania,…
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#BD Polar with its absurd humour, populated by anti-heroes with an unknown writer caught in a serial killer case as a leading figure, La Tournée installs its Kafkaesque universe in bookstores. The British…
Documentary by Marie Frapin. Released June 12, 2019, edited by Marion Chataing. There are six, sometimes eight, damaged by life, homeless or in great precariousness. Every Tuesday, in the Emmaus solidarity centre, where…