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Inspirations, recent discoveries and world art events and galleries.

Yves Saint-Laurent,

Yves Saint-Laurent, "couture" pop

By opening the doors of « haute couture » to art, Yves Saint Laurent is definitely the designer who best tribute to artists he admired. The famous Mondrian dress from the 1965-1966 collection has become one of the most popular item of clothing in the world.
The very famous Egon Schiele

The very famous Egon Schiele

Man with a dazzling destiny, damned artist of his time, Egon Schiele that crossed the history of art as a comet, is one of those terrible children that today Austria nevertheless likes to pay tribute alongside the Masters Mozart, Freud, Klimt, Zweig and others.
Free !

Free !

Born in the early 1980s, full of energy and inundated of colors, the Free Figuration movement highlights an extravagant and amazing art.
Suprematism and nothing else

Suprematism and nothing else

Spiritual and artistic adventure of Kasimir Malevich, the Suprematism is a form of painting freed from any representation in which forms and especially colors are used only for what they are themselves.
Die Brücke, the emotional bridge

Die Brücke, the emotional bridge

Founded in 1905, the group Die Brücke is a collective of German artists at the origin of the Expressionism in Germany. Let’s look back at the story of these four founders between bright colors, linocuts and empty butchery.
The wall has faces

The wall has faces

In 1982, Thierry Noir abandoned Lyon for West Berlin where he settled in a squat of artists a few meters from the wall. Famous as the first to have dared to paint on it, let’s see a feedback about the colorful story of the mural frescos’ pope.
Burma, when art comes before democracy

Burma, when art comes before democracy

In Burma, the contemporary art scene opens its eyes as the country discovers democracy. A revolution for the freedom of expression which was illusory on these forgotten lands.
Mark Rothko, so simple, so complicated

Mark Rothko, so simple, so complicated

Master of abstraction, Mark Rothko has, for more than three decades, marked the history of painting with a particular, mysterious and brilliant touch, like his canvases, a skilful blend of dazzling colors and luminous voids.
They are the contemporary Argentina

They are the contemporary Argentina

Usually away from the historic hotspots of classical or contemporary Art, Argentina is beginning to take more and more place on the world stage. Its artistic scene is growing, from Buenos Aires to Mar Del Plata. Let’s discover three artists who make their mark, in their way, in the contemporary albicelest scene.
 The group of seven

The group of seven

The wild landscapes of Canadian lands have inspired generations of artists, but no one as much as Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven. Let’s go travel between grandiose lakes, solitary trees and bright colors.
The rise of the Balkans

The rise of the Balkans

Formerly a powder magazine, now fragmented and in search of stability, the Balkans are trying to exist elsewhere than in the column of armed conflicts. Contemporary Art is an outlet for a whole generation of artists who prefers to leave prejudices in the past.
Picasso, the King of the Arena

Picasso, the King of the Arena

Bullrings, picadores and their banderillas, bullfighters… undeniably, bullfighting is one of the most recurring themes of Pablo Picasso’s work.

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