The exhibition at the Musée de Valence, gives "carte blanche" to the artist Philippe Favier to present 30 years of creations, from various periods, drawings, engravings, sculptures, boxes, etc., establishing a dialogue with the museum's historical collections.
The first English catalogue raisonné on the influential creator of the abstract landscape Nicolas de Staël (1914-1955).
Dominating the magnificent landscape of the Cap d’Antibes stands an invaluable treasure—the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc. A true legend of the French Riviera, this palace has existed for one hundred and fifty years, during which time it has never ceased to be an inspiration for its visitors. > Book preview
Molly Warnock invites seven American artists to write on the work of Simon Hantaï. A major artist of the second half of the 20th century, Hantaï developed an immense and multifaceted work, passing from Surrealism to gestural and written paintings and, finally, the invention of the folding method.
Vanaf 1873 vermeldt Van Gogh het werk van de Belgische kunstenaar en tekent hij een oudere slapende dame "naar Rops".
A major figure in Conceptual Abstraction, David Diao questions the uses and institutions of the art world. Archival documents, photographs, lists, sales figures, biographies, artistic careers - including his own - disrupt our approach to painting.
In der Ausstellung geht es um die schöpferische Wiedergabe dieser schweiz Landschaften am Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts aus der Sicht eines kleinen Künstlerkreises, wobei Giovanni Giacometti als vermittelnde Persönlichkeit einen Schwerpunkt darstellt.
The estate of Chantilly is an exceptional treasure of French culture and heritage, rebuilt after the Revolution by Henri d'Orléans - the Duke of Aumale and son of King Louis-Philippe - as a home and museum. Today, his unrivaled collection of artworks, historic furniture, decorative arts, and rare manuscripts constitutes the Condé Museum's extensive...
In the wake of its thirtieth anniversary, the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Saint-Etienne Métropole is publishing a large-scale retrospective catalog, intended to offer a fresh look at its collection.
Multiple artist, Barthélémy Toguo expresses himself both through performance and through installations, but he virtuously resorts to drawing, sculpture, painting or watercolor depending on the message of the work and the medium that seems to him the most suitable.
Echoing the famous Isenheim Altarpiece, a masterpiece from its collections, the Unterlinden Museum in Colmar is dedicating an exhibition to Yan Pei-Ming, whose spirit and work coincide with the themes of filiation, the sacred and sacrifice treated by Grünewald five centuries earlier.
This book, born out of the meeting between the poetic, playful world of artist and designer Hubert le Gall and the dreamy architecture of the Villa Kerylos, is a visual journey through an ancient Greece that is more fantasy than reality. > Book preview
Lace is a singular material, familiar and so paradoxical. We think it is easy to grasp and yet it is complex, rich with a multitude of definitions and imaginary projections.
As an architecture, urban planning, and design agency, Jakob + MacFarlane is committed to innovative and socially responsible architecture that is tailored to meet the urgent environmental concerns and technological challenges of the twentyfirst century. > Book preview
By presenting a collection of important works by Gustave Courbet (mainly from the collections of the Gustave Institute and the Courbet Ornans Museum) and other 19th century artists - collaborators or friends of Courbet - who have fully approached nature and the landscape at the heart of their efforts, this book deals with the theme of the landscape in a...
Like most of the modern artists in the first half of the twentieth century who settled in the capital, Raoul Dufy was not a ‘Parisian of Paris’ by birth. A native of Le Havre, he left Normandy at the age of twenty-three. His creative explorations soon led him to Montmartre where he set up his studio. > Book preview
In addition to painting, François Baron-Renouard (1918-2009) devoted himself to the applied arts-mosaics, stained glass, tapestry – and through salons and international biennales undertook a stunning profusion of activity in conjunction with his numerous responsabilities in service to fellow artists. > Book preview
A wide selection of writings by one of the most celebrated art historians and connoisseurs of Italian Renaissance painting - A veritable history of Tuscan Renaissance painting through lesser known artists and major ones.
Le livre présente une collection de photographies qui célèbre l’esprit féminin et féministe de Maria Grazia Chiuri, directrice de la création au sein de la Maison Dior.
The story begins much like those tales that lulled us through childhood. Once upon a time a collector, Antony Roux (1833-1913), native of Marseille and great art lover, commissioned Gustave Moreau (1826-1898), the renowned history painter, to illustrate the Fables of La Fontaine (1621-1695). > Book preview
The MACS is organising a retrospective exhibition of works by Johan Muyle, one of the major Belgian artists of his generation.
Published on the occasion of the retrospective exhibition of the Moroccan painter Farid Belkahia (1934 -2014), this catalogue affirms the artist as one of the founders of Moroccan and, more broadly, Arab artistic modernity. > See exhibition details
Inspired by Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro's landmark 1972 installation and performance space Womanhouse, and featuring work by 36 international artists, Women House challenges conventions about gender and the domestic space. Womanhouse was the first female-centered art installation to appear in the Western world.
Reflecting the Méliès museum which is permanently opening at La Cinémathèque française in 2021, this book offers a biographical journey, with commentaries on the works and highlights of the life of Georges Méliès. > Book preview
Birdstones, small prehistoric stone sculptures fashioned by Native Americans, are known for their simplicity and beauty. Mythical objects from the early art collections, these zoomorphic artefacts have similarities with prehistoric European art, but also with the genesis of 20th century sculpture.
Arman was a US-naturalised French painter. He is recognised internationally as being one of the leading artists of the second half of the 20th century and one of the main figures of the French artistic current of Nouveau Réalisme.
Vicky Colombet paints almost the way one might cultivate soil. Her paintings, which could be called landscapes even though they remain resolutely abstract, are made of folds in which light nestles, between burrowing and effulgence. A fold is created, a fold opens, so that something can emerge.
Wilmotte & Associés is a multi-disciplinary architecture firm.The firm takes on an impressive range and scale of projects from large plants, stadiums, high-rise buildings, hospitals, hotels, theatres, museums, congress centres, and shoppingmalls to private residences.
Thomas Lanfranchi is one of those rare artists whose slightest manifestation we wait for. With the same stubbornness that a scientist would put into it, he has been carrying out the same research for years, somewhere on the borders of sculpture, of performance and drawing.
The conversion of the Bourse de Commerce into a museum marks the culmination of the quest for a Parisian location for the Pinault Collection, as well as a long journey for its architect, Tadao Ando.
En 1968 apareció el primer ordenador en la Universidad de Madrid, marcando el inicio de las actividades del Centro de Informática. Tras décadas de aislamiento cultural, artistas, músicos, arquitectos, ingenieros, científicos e intelectuales se embarcan en una reflexión sobre el uso del ordenador en sus procesos creativos.
Bilingual catalogue dedicated to the exhibition Infinity: Tribute to Kossi Aguessy,Le Palais de Lomé, Togo.
Charlotte Charbonnel is an artist interested in the energy contained in matter. She probes our environment to bring out, among other things, natural forces and make us feel their flows.
Among the literary friendships of Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966), that which bound him to Samuel Beckett (1906-1989), is not the most well-known, but it was one of the most enduring, It goes back to 1937, and developed in the post-war period.
The forever moving life of Christine Boumeester was ponctuated by exile, retreats and a personal Odyssey, flavoured with the Orient where she was born when Europe occupied the world, engraved with adventures directed by her great life story and their meeting with ow legendary and sacred monsters. > Book preview