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35 articles taggés "Paris"
Large-scale Zao Wou-ki
The UAM: twilight of the moderns?
Nicolas de Moustier
A gifted administrator and passionate art lover, this multi-talented man died on 16 January at the age of 57.
FIAC lifts its exhibitors’ spirits
This year looked complicated for FIAC because "intermediary" galleries are dying in France in 2018. But foreign players who were questioned after the…
Intoxicating Eastern perfumes
In focusing on the subtle art of Chinese perfume, the Musée Cernuschi provides a genuine olfactory discovery: the first to reveal its importance in…
Jean Fautrier: a comprehensive show
Pompidou goes international
While the Guggenheim chain is rusting, somewhat, the Centre Pompidou is consolidating its prestige in Malaga, Brussels and Shanghai. Its president,…
Robbie Fitzpatrick gambles on Paris
When Robbie Fitzpatrick throws himself into a new venture, he doesn't do things by halves. After five years directing a contemporary art gallery in…
Paris Photo: a decided success
Fine Arts Paris: first round
A new player in the antique art fair arena, Fine Arts Paris is counting on both beginner’s luck and its organising team’s expertise to score its first…
The Kugels: a taste for the beautiful
Ismaïl Bahri: washing the gaze
A virtually polyglot Salon du Dessin
It took a little under thirty years for the Paris fair to achieve a perfect balance between French and foreigners. Is Paris finally polyglot?
The beauty of line
PAD Paris: right in the 21st century
A beloved pachyderm
Tutankhamen’s mesmerising gaze
Tutankhamen returns to Paris nearly a century after Howard Carter found his tomb. Visitors will be able to admire the treasures that accompanied him…
Biennale Paris, 2019 version
Let’s take a look at the next edition of Biennale Paris – now less than four months away – with Mathias Ary Jan, Chairman of the Syndicat National…
Dora Maar, the hidden woman
Photographer, painter, activist: Dora Maar was much more than The Weeping Woman Picasso painted in 1937. The Centre Pompidou retrospective, Paris,…
Parcours des Mondes: the increasing presence of archaeology
Now firmly established as the global leader in non-European art, the Parcours des Mondes is widening its geographical scope to boost the presence of…
Jean-Louis Rémilleux to promote Paris's influence
Since 2017, the television producer and collector has been one of the nine members of the "Biennale Commission" in charge of setting the main guidelines…
Biennale Paris: Heading for the future
Rooted in reality, the Biennale has decided to forget the past and write a new chapter in its history.
What have galleries got lined up for the Biennale Paris?
For the new autumn season, several Paris galleries have pulled out all the stops, with outstanding hangs designed to resonate with the fair occupying…
Bacon's reading: the dangers of the too-exclusive
The Centre Pompidou, in Paris, is exploring Francis Bacon's literary pantheon in relation to fifty-odd works dating from the end of his life. An overly…
Outsider Art Fair: can art brut mix with contemporary art?
The Outsider Art Fair has become a meeting place for European collectors and confirms the appeal of contemporary art for what has long been a niche…
Six questions for Gabriela Sismann
In 1994, Gabriela and Mathieu Sismann founded their gallery dedicated to antique sculpture: an occasion to celebrate 25 glorious years!
Respect, Monsieur Lautrec!
Dazzling, ferocious, affable: the eye of Toulouse-Lautrec reveals his immense humanity in the retrospective at the Grand Palais: some two hundred works…
Paris Photo 2019: an expanding world
Does reality become diluted? It changes, rather. Transformations in the sphere of photography are continuing apace, and the speciality's benchmark…
The fair that revives the fine arts
For its third edition, Fine Arts Paris is no longer focusing only on graphic arts and sculpture, hitherto its trademark, but is opening out to new…
Summer and autumn: modern art seasons
A nostalgic Van Dongen and a Henri Martin at home in Marquayrol brilliantly illustrate two facets of modernism.
The Templons: contemporary art gallery owners from father to son
At 33, Mathieu Templon joined his father's company (based in Paris) by taking over the Brussels branch. Although son and father may not always agree…
At first glance, it's just a door...
But the history of this door, which opened to all France's monarchs for two centuries, borders on the miraculous. Here we look back at its adventures…
The Odiot company
Part of the silversmith aristocracy, Odiot was supplier to the Europe's leading courts, and its most outstanding achievements sometimes top the €200,000…
Mehdi Hadj Khalifa: "Morocco is in an experimental phase"
A masterpiece by the Master of Spencer 6
Carmontelle, or the moving illusion
Aboard Le Royal Louis
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