JAN FABRE - GALERIE DANIEL TEMPLON, PA… 

11 Mar 2015 | 33 views
Jan Fabre dénonce le passé colonial de son pays. Utilisant l’un de ses matériaux de prédilection, les élytres de scarabées. Jan Fabre make a focus to his country’s colonial past. Using his materials of predilection, beetle wing sheathes - or elytra. Until April 11

LOUIS VUITTON FOUNDATION 

4 Feb 2015 | 40 views
Conceived and modelized by Frank Gehry, the Fondation Vuitton is adjacent to the Jardin d’acclimatation in the Bois de Boulogne in Paris. Jewel of Bernard Arnault’s collection, the foundation is inaugurating its first exhibition with the artist Olafur Eliasson who is offering a cosmic voyage, questioning our senses in honour to the laws of nature, to the line of the horizon, the flux of water, to solar energy. The idea behind the architecture…

ART BASEL HONG KONG 2015 

4 Feb 2015 | 49 views
Art Basel 2015 will take place in Hong Kong, platform for international business, from March 15th to March 17th. Just 12 hours away from Paris. City of extemes somewhere between jungle and futuristic architecture, Hong Kong, « The Mountain of perfumes » is a free port that has all that’s needed to receive collectors and amateurs. Visitors who delve into contemporary Western art with curiosity and passion. Half of the 346 galeries, are from t…

DE BOER COLLECTION, CUSTODIA FOUNDATION 

4 Feb 2015 | 21 views
We are in Amsterdam in a 17th century private mansion with a big garden, on the other side of which is the canal. We have an exhibition of paintings from the De BOER collection here and everything is for sale. Peter De BOER who gave his name to the collection was a remarkable man ; he opened the gallery in 1921. I t was De BOER who determined the market for ancient art before and after the war. In 1960 he closed the gallery and for 14 years…

TEFAF MAASTRICHT 2015 

4 Feb 2015 | 12 views
Famous for its treaty, the city of Maastricht is three hours from Paris on the Thalys train.The romantic city of the Netherlands is putting on all its finery in preparation for the big event. Terraces are packed full. 40 years’ existence with ever growing popularity. From March 13 to March 22nd. As every year, TEFAF opens its doors with collection of marvellous objects, full of history to the delight of collectors. Some 30,000 objects are dis…

JONATHAN MEESE, GALERIE DANIEL TEMPLON 

26 Jan 2015 | 81 views
Chantre autoproclamé de la dictature de l’art, Jonathan Meese met toute son énergie créatrice au service de ce que Wagner appelait un ‘festival scénique sacré’. Parsifal, épopée médiévale teintée de rêves métaphysiques, cristallise le caractère énigmatique et la violence formelle de l’œuvre de l’artiste.

PHILIPPE COGNÉE, GALERIE TEMPLON 

26 Jan 2015 | 20 views
Philippe Cognée questions the role of painting in a society where the internet and new digital technologies have ushered in the era of the image, both omnipresent and diminished. In response to the sweeping but vague views of the world offered by systems such as Google, satellite surveillance and the proliferation of images taken by mobile devices, Philippe Cognée explores the power of painting to transcend the ordinariness of daily life.

GALERIE DIDIER AARON, PARIS -FRANCE 

26 Dec 2014 | 66 views
Présentation de la Galerie Didier Aaron au152, Boulevard Haussmann 75008 Paris. Spécialisée en dessins et peintures du 18ème siècle, meubles et objets d'art d'exception.

DAVID LACHAPELLE AND PAUL WATSON 

4 Dec 2014 | 79 views
Exposition sur les paysages industriels de David LaChapelle à la Galerie Daniel Templon et discussion avec le Capitaine Paul Watson sur l'environnement. Exhibition on industrial landscapes by David LaChapelle at the Galerie Daniel Templon and discussion with Captain Paul Watson on environmental risks

JEFF KOONS POMPIDOU CENTER, PARIS 

24 Nov 2014 | 32 views
My teaser for the Koon's exhibition with No Mad production

JONAS MEKAS 

30 Sep 2014 | 86 views
Discussion with Jonas MEKAS at the Pompidou Center and visit to BEN at the Lara Vincy Gallery exhibition.

HOKUSAÏ, GRAND PALAIS - PARIS 

29 Sep 2014 | 41 views
The art of Hokusai has been taken on by the Grand Palais with 500 works by the master of the Japanese print. Born in the era of Edo which corresponds to the end of the European 18th century, Hokusai’s art was an art for the people, His subjects represent scenes from life, the erotic world, traditions and beautiful landscapes. Like the 36 views of Mount Fiuji. Claude Monet , who was a Hokusai collector, took inspiration from Hokuwsai’s bridges …

ANTHONY CARO, GALERIE DANIEL TEMPLON 

16 Sep 2014 | 82 views
Né en 1924, anobli par la Reine d’Angleterre en 1987, Anthony Caro est considéré comme l’un des plus grands sculpteurs de ces cinquante dernières années.Avec « Last Works », une sélection de sculptures de ces deux dernières années composées de tubes en acier, poutres, disques et outils agricoles révèleront de nouveaux aspects de l’oeuvre d’Anthony Caro. Born in 1924 and knighted by the Queen of England in 1987, Anthony Caro is considered t…

GENESIS OF MONET'S MASTERPIECE 

16 Sep 2014 | 20 views
The Marmottan Musuem is organising a study on the genesis of Claude Monet’s exemplary work « Impression, soleil levant». This view of the port of Le Havre in the mist was first exhibited in 1874 in the former workshops of the photographer Nadar in the Bd. Des Capucine in Paris. Around artists of his time, the exhibition looks at the context and evolution of the work that was to revoutionize art, giving birth to Impressionism. Runs until Januar…

FIAC AT THE GRAND PALAIS - PARIS 

16 Sep 2014 | 21 views
191 galleries will play the great game of contemporary art at the FIAC, held at the Grand Palais , The public opening will be held from the 23rd to the 26th of October to unveil artistic evolutions in all their dimensions on an international level. It is also the occasion for galleries to put forth young artists. This constant replay of art raises new questions, new debates, Performances, films and conferences willcomplete the programme of an …

DUCHAMP AT THE CENTRE POMPIDOU 

16 Sep 2014 | 44 views
Marcel Duchamp holds pride of place at the Pompidou Center. His paintings, known to a restriced circle of friends and collectors, reflect the source of his references and inspirations. Born in 1887 to a bourgeois family in Normandy, Duchamps experimented in all the pictorial movements of his time, particularly the decoposition of movements. With the aim of revolutionizing painting, he invented the « Ready Made » which puts ordinary everyday o…

ERRO AT MAC LYON 

16 Sep 2014 | 95 views
The LYON MAC continues to explore contemporary figurative art with the ERRO exhibition. He is one of the exponents of several avant gard movements in vogue since the end of the 2050s. Tan artist finds his themes in the news, the history of art, the great myths, the flow of information. His work started with collages, the raw material that was to be transformed into huge canvasses. Layer by layer, the identifiied solid areas start to look li…

LA TRAVIATA BY VERDI 

16 Sep 2014 | 31 views
The Opera Bastille is interpreting one of Verdi’s greatrest operas. La Traviata, adapted from Alexandre Dumas’s novel La Dame Aux Camelias. This drama of passionate love between Violetta and Alfrrdo takes place in Paris. The direction has been given to filmmaker Benoit Jacquot.