March 23, 2013

When Art Foretells a Grim Reality

The avant-garde artist Prune Nourry seems to have a sixth sense. Her ongoing project, Holy Daughters, brings to light the dark secrets of one of Asia’s largest countries and questions the grim consequences of misogynic parenting. Though ludic and playful, her installations, sculptures and videos now strike a deafly resonating chord in all who follow her work. Coincidence you say? I think not.
February 20, 2013

Chagall, More Touching Than Ever

With « Chagall, Between War and Peace », The Musee du Luxembourg proposes a double analepsis of the 20th century and Chagall’s work, and an unprecedented opportunity to revisit the personal mythology of this great artist.
February 20, 2013

Fifty Shades of Gray

Through a selection of photographs, models and documents, for the most part unique, and together in an unprecedented way, the Pompidou Centre * offers a tribute to the architectural work of Eileen Gray that crossed the Art Deco and the Modern Movement and a poignant portrait of a discreet, poetic and enigmatic woman.
December 04, 2012

Mary Cassatt at The Mona Bismarck Foundation

For the first time in over 100 years, over 60 prints and drawings by the American Impressionist Mary Cassatt can be seen at The Mona Bismarck American Center for Art & Culture (MBAC).
November 29, 2012

From Paris to Hollywood

There’s only a few days left to see the exhibition Paris vu par Hollywood, at Paris’ city hall, an evocation of how American cinema represents the French capital from the 1930s onward.
November 29, 2012

Pictures of France

An exposition of images of France ranging over half a century portraying the progression of French photography over the past fifty years, is currently on display at The European Maison de la Photographie
November 29, 2012

Yue Minjun, The Chinese Clown

Can we laugh at everything? Laugh to death?
October 02, 2012

Dialogue on the Grand Canal

The Musée Jacquemart-André beautifully combines the work of two of the greatest vedutistes, Canaletto and Guardi, in an original dialogue.
April 25, 2012

THE ANNENBERG FOUNDATION SUPPORTS FRENCH AND AMERICAN COLLABORATION THROUGH THE AMERICAN FRIENDS OF THE MUSEE D’ORSAY

Paris, France, April 16, 2012 – The American Friends of the Musée d’Orsay (AFMO) announces today a $50,000 grant from the Annenberg Foundation that further supports a model American and French collaboration: the production of an exhibit of rare works by Edgar Degas titled Degas and the Nude by the Musée d’Orsay and Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
April 01, 2012

Japan... One year later

One year after the disaster that shook Japan, and the city of Tohoku especially, it seems that Japanese artists are just beginning to express the aftermath of this tragedy in their works, conveying varied testimonies.
When Art Foretells a Grim Reality

Chagall, More Touching Than Ever

Fifty Shades of Gray

Mary Cassatt at The Mona Bismarck Foundation

From Paris to Hollywood

Pictures of France

Yue Minjun, The Chinese Clown

Dialogue on the Grand Canal

THE ANNENBERG FOUNDATION SUPPORTS FRENCH AND AMERICAN COLLABORATION THROUGH THE AMERICAN FRIENDS OF THE MUSEE D’ORSAY

Japan... One year later

Matisse, Matisse, Matisse …

David Shrigley: Brain Activity at the Hayward Gallery

Zarina Bhimji at the Whitechapel Gallery, London

Une aurore boréale nommée Akseli Gallen-Kallela

Doisneau dans les nuits des Halles

Les Stein : une famille et des peintres

La photographie s’expose

Munch moderne

Louis Valtat : à l’aube du fauvisme

En direct de Art Basel

Exposition Figures & Fictions, Photographie Contemporaine d’Afrique du Sud

Haute voiture

FAUVE QUI PEUT

Holy Daughters by Prune Nourry

« Et à part Monet ? » : les expositions d’art du XIXe siècle à Paris

Basquiat à l’honneur au Musée d’art moderne de Paris

Le rideau tombe sur l’Exposition Universelle

Pierre Ducellier dit Windorf (1944-2007) : un Peintre, deux vies, deux livres

Les grandes ventes d’art contemporain de novembre 2010 à New York

Marrakech Art Fair

Arles en Bleu

LaM s’ouvre - Première exposition publique d’art brut en France

Rashid Rana - Perpétuel Paradoxe - Musée Guimet

Les Rencontres de la Photographie in Arles : 40 years of existence

Happy Days à Aix en Provence- Rétrospective François Arnal

Angel Fernandez de Soto - Christie's Londres

La Peau de l’Ours, André Level et Pablo Picasso

Mind the Gap

Hopper, "Si on pouvait le dire avec des mots, il n'y aurait aucune raison de le peindre"

Art Basel 2010

Une artiste en voie de (pro)création : portrait d’une jeune artiste qui s’empare de la science

David Reimondo à la Galerie DiMeo à Paris

Interview de Mattieu Nicol, un des commissaires et responsable presse/partenariats de REVELATION, foire de photographie contemporaine

Death, Sex, Punishment and Springtime in Paris

Enchères records à New York, Vol record à Paris !

JAMES HOWARD- BLACK MONEY- London, 22 April through 21 May 2010

Débat Street Art à la NM Galerie avec ArtyParade en tant qu'intervenant !

BEN, « strip-tease intégral »

PAUL GAUGUIN, VERS LA MODERNITE

Skin Fruit: Art’s Sweeter on the Inside

Henri Michaux & Franklin Chow : traversée du temps, traversée de l’espace

Une vibration inaudible à l’oreille nue…*

Chic un dessin !

Art Paris, une foire digne d'un chenil !

Parade à l’Armory Show

Launched in 2008, the British Insurance Design Awards are the Oscars of Design.

Too great, Toorop !

« Turner et ses peintres » au Grand Palais : coup commercial ou véritable innovation ?

Du nouveau au Louvre ? Oui mais du contemporain !

Have a Coke for Islam! Adel Abidin exposes at the Kiasma Museum for Contemporay Art, Helsinki, Finland February 12th – April 25th 2010

Le design comme invention

Aimer avec un pinceau, éduquer avec un regard

Performance by Fabien Breuvart on the evening of the Paris Phato 09 private showing… or photographic “raw art” !

New York Sales: Sotheby's 1 – Christie’s 0.5

Fiac 2009 : finally, an international commercial exposition in Paris

Fireworks from Fabien Giraud and Raphaël Siboni, FIAC 2009

The bubble having burst, Frieze seems to have lost its fizz