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For half a century, artists suffuring from mental illness work in the Artistic center in Gugging, Austria. Some of them became Art brut celebrity.
Discover the new artists in the Carré d'artistes® galleries in June 2017
This year, the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao is preparing to celebrate its twentieth birthday. The museum institution is the ideal example of the impact of such a structure on an entire region
Sculptors have succeeded in drawing on their talent, but also and aboe all on their originality. This is the case of Chris Gilmour.
Painted and drawn nearly a hundred times, as much in oil as in watercolor, more than a simple subject, the Sainte-Victoire mountain has become a full character in the work of Paul Cézanne
Already popular during his lifetime, he is today the most illustrious contemporary sculptor in the world. His filiform artworks are sold for millions.
Carré d'artistes organizes Open Studios, meetings dedicated to exchange and sharing with artists.
Discover the new artists in the Carré d'artistes® galleries in May 2017
Founded in 1904 and extinct 4years later, without ever really elaborating doctrine or school, Fauvism is a movement that brings together artists committed to creating a new pictorial language
Recycling has become the cornerstone of environmental protection. Art has not escaped this trend. When our wastes become their source material.
From Henry Matisse’ Fauvism to Yves Klein’ New Realism passing by Marc Chagall Surrealism, , Dufy's "colors" or Ben's pranks, Nice always shined by its artistic dynamism.
If the history of Art is made of a lot of colors, some creators have built their artistic corpus on a tint that is pegged to them.
In October 1800, two corvettes left Le Havre towards Australia. The expedition will then become one of the most beautiful illustrations of Art which has put itself at the service of science.
Discover the new artists in the Carré d'artistes® galleries in April 2017
However long neglected, sidelined, plundered, the continent of 54 countries seems today to begin its revenge, in an area where it was no longer expected: Contemporary Art.