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.
In the rich and long history of painting, a number of artworks have aroused, and always aroused, the interest of experts who strive to reveal the mysteries and to clarify the shadows
In the early 50s, an Art was born that owes nothing to the past and has no contemporary influence. An Art guided by the expressiveness and the spontaneous gesture breaking with a figurative inheritage
A crazy life, at a crazy speed, divided between artistic success, excesses and personal demons, to end up with amnesia. Light, then shadow. Caravaggio revolutionized painting
Discover the new artists in the Carré d'artistes® galleries in March 2017
City of all virtuosos, Barcelona has inextricably linked its destiny to Art and artists. Yet, only one of them actually shaped the city in its own way
Mythical abandoned Queens factory, considered for 20 years as the world temple of street art, Five Pointz was destroyed, one night of November 2013
Emblematic woman artist, having never hidden her homosexuality, dressed and capped like a man, she defended only one cause: her Art. She is Rosa Bonheur
Carré d'artistes organizes Open Studios, meetings dedicated to exchange and sharing with artists.
Enlivened by the Parisian evenings, the work of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec remains in history as one of the most striking representations of the French frivolity of the Belle Epoque