At the Musée national Picasso-Paris until 28th August 2016

Picasso. Sculpture. Musée Picasso Paris, 2016

Picasso. Sculpture. Musée Picasso Paris, 2016


The King of artists and his wonderful reservoir of shapes are without limits. Indeed, so numerous are Picasso’s creations, that the eponymous museum is already renewing its display, dedicating the ground and first floor to its current exhibition titled “Picasso. Sculptures”.

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CERAMIX : from Rodin to Schütte

At La maison rouge until 5th June 2016


In partnership with Sèvres-Cité de la céramique and the Bonnefanten Museum of Maastricht, La maison rouge offers us a delightful immersion into the heart of ceramic. Far from being a foreign material to the Director of the Foundation, Antoine de Galbert keeps in his private collection many earthenware pieces. Shary Boyle and Johan Creten are among the Continue reading…

EXHIBITION. Marc Chagall, The Triumph of Music

The exhibition Marc Chagall, “the Triumph of Music” is at the Paris Philharmonic from 13th, October 2015 to 31st, January 2016

Music soothes the savage breast. There is nothing better to take your mind off things than going to the exhibition “Marc Chagall, the Triumph of Music” at the Paris Philharmonic and letting yourself immerse in the heart of the artist’s boundless universe. May the bodies swirl and the birds whirl to the pealing of colourful bells.

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Until 15th February 2016 at the Centre Pompidou

Wifredo Lam, Albissola, circa 1960 © SDO Wifredo Lam

Wifredo Lam, Albissola, circa 1960 © SDO Wifredo Lam

The Centre Pompidou presents, until 15th February 2016, the beautiful and multiculturalist work of Wilfredo Lam (1902-1982). The engravings, ceramics and paintings made by the Cuban artist between 1930 and 1970 speak of globalization before its time. Continue reading…

Splendors and Miseries. Images of Prostitution

Until 17th January 2016 at the musée d’Orsay

The Musée d’Orsay plunges us into the fascinating universe of prostitution with its current exhibition “Splendors and Miseries. Images of prostitution (1950-1910)”. The theme is catchy yet important, and the production of artworks on the subject is abundant – Van Dongen, Munch, Toulouse-Lautrec and Picasso all frequented brothels, with some Continue reading…

Germaine KRULL: A Photographer’s Journey

Portrait de Germaine Krull, Berlin, 1922. Hans Basler
Tirage gélatino–argentique, 15,9 x 22 cm.
Museum Folkwang, Essen. © Estate Germaine Krull, Museum Folkwang, Essen

Until 27th September 2015 at the Jeu de Paume gallery

LThe Jeu de Paume gallery pays a splendid tribute to German photographer Germaine Krull (1897-1985). While the work of her contemporaries, Man Ray, Moholy-Nagy and Kertész, has widely been exposed, the free spirited, politically engaged woman photographer has long remained in the shadow. This is probably due to the fact that Continue reading…

Exhibition Maurice DENIS : During the Time of the Nabis

Maurice DENIS, 'La Capeline rose' circa 1893. Photo credit courtesy galerie Malingue.

Maurice DENIS, picture detail of ‘La Capeline rose’ circa 1893. Photo credit courtesy galerie Malingue.

Until 10th July 2015 at galerie Malingue in Paris

The galerie Malingue presents an exciting exhibition pertaining to the first ten years (1888-1898) of the career of painter Maurice Denis (1870-1943). It was during this time of apprenticeship that the theorist and spokesman of the Nabi group – which counts among its prominent members Pierre Bonnard, Edouard Vuillard and Paul Sérusier – developed the main themes of his career. Continue reading…

EXHIBITION Pierre BONNARD : Peindre l’Arcadie (Painting Arcadia)

Pierre Bonnard, 'Nu dans le bain' (huile sur toile), 1936 / Photo : © Eric Emo / Musée d'Art Moderne / Roger-Viollet

Pierre Bonnard, ‘Nu dans le bain’ (huile sur toile), 1936 / Photo : © Eric Emo / Musée d’Art Moderne / Roger-Viollet

Until 20th july 2015 at Musée d’Orsay, Paris

The exhibition Peindre l’Arcadie at the Musée d’Orsay presents the sensitive and colourful work by artist Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947). This enchanting retrospective brings together exceptional pieces coming from London and New York, some of which belong to private collections. To the delight of the viewer, the intimate themes, dear to the artist, such as portraits, bathroom or garden scenes are unveiled with virtuosity.
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Sonia DELAUNAY: Colours of Abstraction

Sonia Delaunay, extrait du' Bal Bullier', 1913

Sonia Delaunay, extrait du’ Bal Bullier’, 1913


17th October 2014 – 22nd February 2015 at The Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris

We had to wait for thirty-five years since the death of Sonia Delaunay (1885-1979) for this retrospective to come. The critics’ view on female artists and on decorative arts has since been re-evaluated, shedding new light on her work. Continue reading…