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Discover the new artists in the Carré d'artistes® galleries in February 2017
Bullrings, picadores and their banderillas, bullfighters… incontestably, bullfighting is one of the most recurring themes of Pablo Picasso’s work.
Little brother of pop art, the Neo pop is not a new movement, in a strict way, but rather a reminiscence of its elder.
In May will continue the 2017 season of Carré d'artistes Children Workshops.
At the time of opening the celebration of its 40th anniversary, the Centre Pompidou exhibits a novel retrospective devoted to the American artist Cy Twombly
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.
Discover the new artists in the Carré d'artistes® galleries in January 2017
As a prelude to Impressionism, the artists of Barbizon paintings changed the tradition of the historical landscape realized inside a workshop.
The wild landscapes of Canadian lands have inspired generations of artists, but no one as much as Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven.
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.
Master of abstraction, Mark Rothko has, for more than three decades, marked the history of painting with a particular, mysterious and brilliant touch.
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.
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.
Far from the usual clichés on an African contemporary Art which is illustrated only in « recycling » , the contemporary artist scene of the continent is in full boiling.
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 themselve