Anselm Kiefer’s spectacular renaissance and his installation at the Panthéon in Paris Gagosian Le Bourget It’s probably the biggest aesthetic show of emotion in France right now. At Gagosian’s space located in Le Bourget, at the heart of the air terminal complex for private jets, which is accessible  from Tuesday to Sunday, the gallery is presenting new work from the German painter Anselm Kiefer (born […]

Daniel Buren and Philippe Parreno: a luminous dialogue in Paris Les colonnes de Buren Reducing Daniel Buren to coloured lines on a white background would be like closing your eyes when looking at his art. In France, the artist (born in 1938) and now a veritable institution is slightly hidden behind his masterpiece, the columns at the Palais Royal in Paris, created in […]


At Art/Basel, on Pace booth Alberto Burri Alberto Burri Joan Mitchell Joan Mitchell Francis Picabia Francis Picabia Lawrence Abu Hamdan Bruce Conner Lee Ufan Lee Ufan Arman “The art market of today sends very mixed messages.On the one hand, we continue to sell the most expensive, rarest and most important artworks.On the other hand, the […]

New York: memories of a collector of Man Ray, Basquiat and Nauman who is displaying his artworks with Hauser & Wirth (but nothing is for sale)

Man Ray Sylvio Perlstein Marcel Mariën Jean Tinguley René Magritte Heinz Hajek-Halke Keith Haring Harry Callahan Hans Bellmer Constantin Brancusi Robert Doisenau Max Ernst Barbara Kruger Man Ray He is always slightly grouchy. His slow manner of speaking is characterized by a strong Belgian accent and his physique has remained the same all the time […]

Tefaf Maastricht: A nice stroll through the history of art and millions of dollars for Van Gogh, Murillo, Delaunay, Valentin de Boulogne…

Vincent Van Gogh Eugène Delacroix Eugène Delacroix Eigène Delacroix (Rockefeller collection) Robert Delaunay Bartolomeo Esteban Murillo Valentin de Boulogne Cavaliere d’Arpino Bernardo Cavallino Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Silver chest Those who take great delight in the treasures of art history and its curiosities know that there is only one fair in the world that displays such […]

The Armory Show: The great flood of conceptual French artists descends on New York

Nam June Paik Galerie Perrotin Jean Michel Othoniel Jean Michel Othoniel François Morellet Nam June Paik Nam June Paik Nam June Paik Martin Barré Martin Barré Kapwani Kiwanga Lee Krasner Roxy Paine The opening of The Armory show In terms of current artistic creation, ever since the 1970s France has been seen as a nation […]

1-54 Fair in Marrakesh: There is not just one but many African art markets

@ 1-54 Fair in Marrakesh Mouna Mekouar Comptoir des Mines Comptoir des Mines Yamou Yamou Jardin Majorelle Abdoulaye Konaté Abdoulaye Konaté Contemporary African art. This concept, which is far too broad for such a large continent, seems at first glance to be as absurd as the concept of European art. What does German art have […]

Giorgio de Chirico: Exhibitions in Paris and soon Turin of one of the most controversial and fascinating modern artists

Giorgio de Chirico House-museum Giorgio de Chirico Giorgio de Chirico House-museum Giorgio de Chirico Giorgio de Chirico House-museum House-museum House-museum In the Parisian district of Le Marais, the Tornabuoni gallery is exhibiting 24 paintings until 24 February by one of the most famous yet also most controversial artists in the history of twentieth-century art: Giorgio […]


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