In the same workshop, the three brothers put a single signature on their canvases: Le Nain. Without ever knowing what brush stroke belongs to what painter
Carré d'artistes organizes Open Studios, meetings dedicated to exchange and sharing with artists.
Fauve is an full artist. Fan of the golden years, Modigliani and the Bermuda, discover her portrait.
Aya Takano is one of those aesthetes who make the Contemporary Art as accessible as it enigmatic. The artist has settled in an open breach between noble Art and popular creation
After making May newspaper headlines, the artist Catherine Duchêne answered to the Carré d'artistes questions.
Fan of Pablo Picasso, the Catalan painter Perrotte gave himself through his Chinese portrait! Between Tahiti, Pierre Bachelet and Latin music!
Discover the new artists exhibited in the Carré d'artistes galleries in August 2017.
More than forty years after his disappearance, the genius Picasso still reigns on the world of Art. Wonderful gifted versatile and fabulous manager of his image, he is displayed absolutely everywhere
From Buenos Aires and Bogotá to São Paulo, the South-American art scene is rich in talents and creativity. But what about Bolivian artists? La Paz and Sucre have nothing to be [...]
Through his chinese portrait find out about the artist Alfredo Lopez, a man as uncommon as his artworks and whom choose well to go into art and not into singing
This 2017 Summer, France and abroad museum compete with quality exhibitions to please the public. From Hockney to Cézanne through Hirst, take your diaries!
Discover the new artists in the Carré d'artistes galleries in July 2017
The artist Fabien Novarino shared his answers somewhere between Pop art, Van Gogh and the always closed doors.
"Painting is as delicate as love". Nicolas de Staël shells out for this premonitory word, in a letter to his art dealer Jacques Dubourg, sent from Antibes, at the end of December 1954.
The Art of Illustration is a completely separate world in which great artists have distinguished themselves. Among them, masters of the 1950s and 1960s who inspired generations of illustrators.