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Bernar Venet: The Colossus with Feet of Steel
France is devoting two exhibitions to Bernar Venet. A chance to take stock of his market: a rising curve.
Ghada Amer: Prickly Beauty
The Egyptian artist, who studied in France before moving to New York, talks to us as the CCCOD devotes two exhibitions to her in Tours, nearly 20 years…
Ai Weiwei: Still a Disturbing Force
Do French Artists Export Well?
Ismaïl Bahri: Washing the Gaze
Adieu Huguette Caland; Tenacious, Unconventional Artist and Woman
Huguette Caland, leading artist of the Arab world, dies aged 88
The Oscar Kokoschka Collection: An All-encompassing Curiosity
This cosmopolitan artist traveled the world in search of art, as the 300 objects in his collection attest. The foundation illustrates all the painter’s…
Harnessing the Magical Powers of Leonora Carrington
British painter, writer, female Surrealist, Mexican artist and eco-feminist, these are just some of the terms used to characterize Leonora Carrington,…
Claude Viallat, the Bull and the Canvas of Nîmes
Between his bullfighting paintings, his emblematic canvases, his exhibitions and the updating of his collections, Claude Viallat never stops working.…
Carlos Cruz-Díez, Color Theorist
The Venezuelan artist, 1923-2019, continued his research on color, the foundations of which he established in 1954, right up until his death aged 95.…
Art Market Overview: The Consecration of Claire Tabouret
Claire Tabouret (b.1981) has just become the art market’s highest-priced living French artist and been ranked the ninth-highest valued French artist…
Tadashi Kawamata: A Work in Progress
With high-perched huts, nests, waves and desolate landscapes, his many-faceted corpus is all part of a single project he has been working on since…
Surrealism: A Women's Affair a Long Way from France and Europe
With the approach of the Second World War, Surrealism moved across borders. In the UK and the US, women artists delved into esotericism, botany, medicine,…
Art Market Overview: Julie Mehretu is Back
Ethiopian-born American painter Julie Mehretu has made a noteworthy return to the auction room.
Art Market Overview: Peter Doig
Scottish superstar Peter Doig placed 75th in Art Price 2020’s overall rankings. His prices have remained stable despite Covid.
Camille Morineau: Promoting Women Artists of the 20th Century
Curating the groundbreaking “elles@centrepompidou” in 2009-11, featuring works by women artists from the Centre Pompidou collection, Camille Morineau,…
“Eileen Agar: Angel of Anarchy”
“Eileen Agar: Angel of Anarchy” presents over 100 works by the artist at Whitechapel Gallery in London, her largest survey yet.
Villa E 1027: Eileen Gray's Masterpiece Rises from the Ashes
On the Road with André Becker’s Carriage Collection
Hans Rasmus Astrup, Founder of the Astrup Fearnley Museet in Oslo, Has Died
The Flandrin Brothers: An Exhilarating Exhibition at Lyon's Musée des Beaux-Arts
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Instagram’s New “Sensitive Content” Controls Cause Concern Amongst Artists
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