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Connaissez-vous l'histoire de rivalité entre les deux plus grands peintres anglais des années 1760, Joshua Reynolds et Thomas Gainsborough ? Les maîtres portraitistes ont emporté toute une nouvelle...
Reconnu comme le maître néerlandais de l’abstraction, on connaît peu l’aspect figuratif de l’œuvre de Piet Mondrian. À cette époque où le peintre ne parvenait pas à vivre de son travail, c’est sa...
Annet Gelink Gallery is proud to present an exhibition with a special selection of photographs from Ed van der Elsken’s legendary photobook Sweet Life (1966). August 1959, exactly 60 years ago, Ed...
Portraits, vanitas, still lifes, landscapes... Denis Laget embeds his paintings in art history’s classic subjects. A more thorough attempt to list the series comprising this oeuvre, which has been...
The Palais Galliera presents "Back Side / Fashion from Behind", an off-site exhibition at the Musée Bourdelle which focuses on clothing seen from behind. In a society that is obsessed with people’s...
David Zwirner is pleased to present a two-person exhibition of work by Trinidad-based artists Jasmine Thomas-Girvan and Chris Ofili at the gallery’s London location. Featuring sculptural works by...
A respected writer in the United States, the American Wright Morris (1910-1998) adopted an experimental approach to photography, seeking very early to “capture the essence of what is visible”. For...
For the first time in France an exhibition event is dedicated to the life of the Buddha and the spread of Buddhism in Asia. The exhibition highlights the richness of iconographic and stylistic...
This series of Qamar’s work deals specifically with the realities of online interaction from a strong feminist perspective. Online communication, social media, and a sense of personal branding have...
To celebrate the bicentenary of Gustave Courbet's birth, it was necessary, after having recalled all that art owes to the aesthetic freedom that the painter was able to impose in his time, to show...
The exhibition scheduled to take place from 18 May to 3 November 2019 at MuMa, in Le Havre, will feature nearly 90 artworks from MuMa’s collection and from major public collections including the...
Following an inaugural exhibition of Allan Sekula at the London gallery this spring, Marian Goodman Gallery New York is pleased to announce an upcoming summer show of work by Allan Sekula...
Donald K. Sultan (born 1951) is an American painter, sculptor, and printmaker, particularly well-known for large-scale still life paintings and the use of industrial materials such as tar, enamel,...
This summer, the Hyacinthe Rigaud Art Museum is celebrating sculpture and offering its visitors the opportunity to attend an artistic dialogue between two geniuses: Auguste Rodin and Aristide Maillol.
Galerie Max Hetzler is pleased to announce a group exhibition with works by artists represented by the gallery who live and work in France. With works by : Giulia Andreani, Jérémy Demester, Loris...
Olafur Eliasson returns to Tate Modern with this unmissable exhibition. In Eliasson’s captivating installations you become aware of your senses, people around you and the world beyond. Some...
The Musée des Beaux-Arts has chosen to explore the world of contemporary printmaking, focusing in particular on the most spectacular and heterodox productions. A true plea in favour of...
Perrotin is pleased to announce Activated Artifacts, a solo exhibition by American artist Mel Ziegler. Presenting both new and recent works alongside pieces created with his late partner Kate...
In 1956, photographer Harry Callahan (1912-1999), then director of the photography department at the Institute of Design in Chicago, USA, received a Graham Foundation grant, went to Europe and...
For over four decades, Eric Fischl has produced uncompromising images of American society, as seen through the lens of middle and upper class malaise. Figures routinely share space on his canvases,...