ALBEROLA, GALERIE DANIEL TEMPLON, PARIS 

16 Apr 2014 | 5 views
La conscience claire… je vais vous lire la phrase d'où ça vient ça, la conscience claire : "Il sera avéré alors, que le monde possède une chose d'abord et depuis longtemps en rêve et que pour la posséder réellement seule lui manque la conscience claire. Il sera avéré qu'il ne s'agit pas d'une solution de continuité profonde entre le présent et le passé mais de la réalisation des idées du passé. Il sera avéré enfin que l'humanité ne commence pa…

BEN, GALERIE DANIEL TEMPLON - PARIS 

9 Mar 2014 | 38 views
BEN, qui collabore avec la Galerie Templon depuis 1970, propose à l’Impasse Beaubourg une nouvelle exposition sur le thème de l’ego, qui réunit rares pièces historiques de l’artiste et travaux inédits récents. BEN has been represented by Galerie Daniel Templon since 1970, and is presenting a new exhibition at the Impasse Beaubourg space on the theme of the ego. The show combines historic pieces with recent and previously unseen work.

CLAUDE VIALLAT, GALERIE DANIEL TEMPLON… 

9 Mar 2014 | 30 views
Né en 1936, Claude Viallat est un des fondateurs de Supports-Surfaces, mouvement d’avant-garde artistique qui éclot au début des années 70. Ce mouvement éphémère remet en question les moyens picturaux traditionnels. Regroupant entre autres Vincent Bioulès, Louis Cane, Daniel Dezeuze, Jean-Pierre Pincemin ou Noël Dolla, ce groupement à la fois théorique et politique appelle à un renouvellement de l’art par la remise en question des matériaux tra…

TTF HAUTE JOAILLERIE Gala night Place … 

8 Mar 2014 | 53 views
The Haute Jewelry brand TTF for Today, Tomorow and Forever is to show precious works in white jade and precious stones. Company president, Mr. Franck WU, has announced the opening of their premises near the Place Vendôme : 12, rue de la Paix 75002 Paris - France Contact : Mr Didier Brodbeck didier.brodbeck@gmail.com

CONVENT OF LA TOURETTE - FRANCE 

13 Feb 2014 | 26 views
25 kilometres away from Lyon, the Convent of la Tourette is a place of study and training for the Dominicans. One of the brothers there asked Corbusier to build a convent to house a hundred. Inaugurated by Corbusier in 1960, there are currently a dozen brothers in the convent. Architectural details are remarkable, and adhere to ideal proportions, which is Corbusier’s dogma. The Convent of La Tourette is still used as a place of worship, but i…

BILL VIOLA AT THE GRAND PALAIS, PARIS … 

21 Jan 2014 | 627 views
The Grand Palais tackles video art with one of its masters, Bill Viola. An American artist born in 1951, his sources of inspiration are from cultures, spiritual questions, music… Video allows Bill Viola to explore these themes, to bring them freely to life. Conceived by the artist as an introspective journey, this exhibition offers a three fold metaphysical iinterrogative : Who am I ?, Where am I ?, Where am I going ? Through his videos, Bil…

ELIE SAAB, SPRING-SUMMER 2014 

21 Jan 2014 | 68 views
Elie SAAB, Spring-Summer Collection In an ode to feminiinity, to the flower –woman, the garden of delights. Ellie Saab moves us into a delicate world of lace with his 2014 Spring Summer collection. Like Sybil, goddess of Nature, the Elie Saab woman adorns herself in leaves, from pure colors to tender pinks, not to mention carmine reds and deep greens. A series of lace veils in petals and faultless cuts against a magnified body. Dressed with s…

LE SILO, MARINES - FRANCE 

20 Jan 2014 | 65 views
Near Paris, in the Oise, a couple who share a common passion for contemporary creation, has created a private art museum. A collection of works is housed in a grain silo that has been transformed into an impressive concrete structure. The space is open by appointment only and then the owners, Mr. and Mrs. BILLARANT accompany the visit and talk about the works. The most representative artists of conceptual and minimal art have created work…

ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE AT THE GRAND PALAI… 

20 Jan 2014 | 46 views
There’s an homage to New York in the 1970s in the Grand Palais with a retrospective of Robert Mapplethorpe. Photography with a polaroid was the perfect medium for him in a time when everything wasmoving very quickly. He approached his subjects as would a sculptor and this dimension explodes in his nudes resulting in portraits whether they be of the female body, or gleaned from the underground gay culture. Still lives, sado- masochism were his…

PARIS, MONUMENTS AND HISTORY - FRANCE 

20 Jan 2014 | 10 views
For those who love Paris, love to visit it, live in it, or those who dream of coming, the city is best discovered on the Seine. With its 37 bridges, the countless points of view from the river highlight both lesser and better known monuments. The Beaux Arts, The Eiffel Tower, the Statue of Liberty. Paris is a jewel with its squares, its gardens andits buildings. Paris is a dense city that attracts with the lively atmosphere of its different …

BASELWORLD, BASIL - SWITZERLAND 

20 Jan 2014 | 15 views
The town of Basil in Switzerland hosts world reknowned professional salons. From March 27th to April 3rd, it’s Baselworld’s turn, a must in the world of Watchmaking and Jewelry. Baselworld attracts the whole world, with 122,000 visitors recorded last year. Luxury brands and the Houses of Haute Couture work together in the high tradition of Swiss Watchmaking to produce a design and technicity that complement one another. Precious stones and je…

HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON AT THE POMPIDOU … 

20 Jan 2014 | 48 views
The Centre Pompidou in Paris is the venue for the retrospective of photographer Henri Cartier –Bresson. Born in 1908, Henri Cartier-Bresson studied painting in the Montparnasse area, where he befriended the surrealists. But, finally, he traded his pencils and paintbrushes in for a Leica camera. He cofounded the photography agency MAGNUM and travelled across the world for photo reports and documentaries. His photographs are a testimony to world…

ART PARIS, GRAND PALAIS - PARIS 

17 Jan 2014 | 29 views
Art Paris Art Fair heralds in springtime with its annual fair, bringing together 114 international galleries. From March 27th to March 30th, visitors and collectors tour the stands on the prowl for the galleries’gems. The galeries selected are those that champion a true vision of art in all medias. Design is also represented. This year, China is the guest of honnour for the occasion of the 50th anniversary of France’s recognition of Popular…

THE MAGIC FLUTE, OPERA BASTILLE - PARIS 

17 Jan 2014 | 20 views
The Opera Bastille is creating a new co-production with the Baden Baden Festspielhaus in Germany. « The Magic Flute » is a parable of the great themes preoccupying 18th century Europe : nature, morality, truth and religion. Both a philosophical fable and a popular comedy, « The Magic Flute » deals with the choices all human lives must make.

TEFAF, MAASTRICHT - NETHERLANDS 

16 Jan 2014 | 94 views
Hosted annually in the town of Maastrich in the Netherlands, the TEFAF art Fair is a much anticipated event for collectors, specialists, and dealers from all over the world. This year, from March 14th to March 23rd, demanding visitors and experts will be offerred art ranging from antique to contemporary. 260 galleries are renewing their collections and exhibiting the excellance of rare works. The « vetting process » allows a thorough examin…

GIANADDA FOUNDATION, MARTIGNY - SWITZE… 

16 Jan 2014 | 26 views
After skirting the banks of Lake Leman, the train arrives in the heart of the Valois, in Martigny in Switzerland. Leonard Gianadda, a great builder undertook unique projects in Martigny. Firstly, the foundation dedicated to his brother who died so young. Built on the vestiges of a Gallo Roman temple, the Pierre Gianadda Foundation has become a by reference in the world of art. More recently, Leonard Gianadda has returned to his profession o…

ASIM WAQIF À LA GALERIE DANIEL TEMPLO… 

15 Nov 2013 | 136 views
A year after the big impact young Indian artist Asim Waqif made at the Palais de Tokyo with his Bordel Monstre installation, he is exhibiting his work at a French gallery for the first time with a spectacular interactive site-specific installation. Born in Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh) in 1978, Asim Waqif lives and works in New Delhi. Until 21st of December 2013. Un an après avoir créé l’événement au Palais de Tokyo avec son intervention Borde…

VALLOTON IN THE GRAND PALAIS, PARIS 

21 Oct 2013 | 1384 views
The Grand Palais in Paris has chosen to show the works of Félix Valloton, an artist born in Lausanne in 1865. Best known for his engravings, Valloton also wrote on art, painted portraits, nudes, landscapes and historic subjects.Associated with the Nabis Movement, he experimented with all types of techniques and forms. Valloton’s style developed into one of contrasting colours, framing and studied perspectives, of solid colour and precise lines.…