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#NEW YORK Leonor Fini's admirers include Andy Warhol, Madonna, and most recently Maria Grazia Chiuri, Director of the House Dior whose spring 2018 collection was dedicated to the artist. The New York Sex…
#PARIS As fires ravaged California last fall, Liam Everett destroyed the artworks he was about to send to Paris for his third solo exhibition at Kamel Mennour. A sense of urgency intimately linked…
#SAINT-ETIENNE "Umbrellas", unexpected media chosen by Claude Viallat and Joe Fyfe to explore the limits of their painting and the way in which their works submit to the contemporary. Both represented by Ceysson…
#PARIS It's at the Grand Palais that there is currently a large and extensive exhibition dedicated to the painter Joan Miró. A retrospective that brings together about 150 works by the Catalan master…
#LONDON This is the first time that the Pre-Raphaelite painter 'Edward Burne-Jones' (1833-1898) has had a large retrospective with 150 works and major ensembles brought together by the Tate Britain in London, where we…
#PARIS Michael Scott paints circles on large enamelled aluminium paintings, as huge targets that are reminiscent of his early neo-expressionist experiments. And of course, the resulting effect is intensely optical Each piece consists…
#MARSEILLE MUCEM presents until March 3, 2019, an exhibition dedicated to Mohammed Kacimi, painter, innovative and committed artist, instigator and main witness of the globalization of contemporary Arab art The Mucem has chosen…
#MIAMI We discovered the very symbolic aesthetics of Black Art during the exhibition "Soul of a Nation" at the Tate Modern in September 2017 and this summer at the Brooklyn Museum. On the occasion…
#PARIS Paula Rego, born in Portugal in 1935, was just 17 years old when she went to study at the Slade School of Arts in London. She took up residence there and frequented the…
"Lyrical abstraction is the only pictorial expression that connects us directly to the spiritual. Our attachment to the equipment makes it elusive." Hans Hartung     For its first exhibition, on the occasion…
#NEW YORK It was during a last autumn sale in New York that Christie's auctioned David Hockney's painting "Portrait of an Artist (Pool with two figures)" for $90.3 million (including fees). An absolute record…
#PARIS Hermann Nitsch, the terrible child of Austrian contemporary art who became known in the 1960s and 1970s for his bloody and highly controversial performances, is in Paris. He exhibits about thirty works painted…
Exhibition in progress until September 19 - at the Fondation Clément, a renowned centre of contemporary art in Martinique, ""Désir cannibale" welcomes Jean-Marc Hunt in the role of curator, bringing together nine contemporary…
Charles and Marie-Laure de Noailles are a couple of patrons active in the artistic life of this first half of the twentieth century. The villa they had built on the heights of Hyères,…
We knew that the light of the south inspired many artists, to the point for some to noticeably mark their lives and their work. This is the case with Nicolas de Staël. Born…
Under the aegis of Laurent Le Bon, this Picasso Méditerranée cycle aims to weave a real international cartography around the Mediterranean involving some sixty institutions. In France it is especially in the south…
Through a hole, you enter the dense and bushy undergrowth. Shrubs, branches and foliage intermingle wildly and densely, in thick masses. Intensity of the greens, coldness of a range of blues, gradations of…
"It would take me years to blow your Provence in the wind," he told René Char on November 9, 1953. This period on which the hotel of Caumont studies between July 1953 and…
Camille Morando, researcher for the Modern Collections Department of the National Museum of Modern Art, Centre Pompidou shares with Bernard Blistène the curatorial staff of this exceptional retrospective of Pierre Soulages at the…
"The cloudy melancholy of the North is nothing compared to the luminous sadness of warm countries" Théophile Gautier After "Ways of Seeing", which questioned our perception and its decoys, there is now melancholy,…