DUCHAMP AT THE CENTRE POMPIDOU 

16 Sep 2014 | 52 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 | 102 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 | 51 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.

JEFF KOONS, CENTRE POMPIDOU - PARIS 

16 Sep 2014 | 109 views
The unavoidable JEFF KOONS is taking over the Pompidou Centre. His jarring, falsely naive works are the reflection of a popular aeshethic.Bad taste is hoisted into the realm of art with images that invade our screens, taken from urban spaces, the personsonality cult press….Flash back on a consumer society, Koons’ work is a state/ palate of visual places and the excesses of mass production. Open from November 26th to April 27th, 2015.

HOKUSAI, GRAND PALAIS - PARIS 

16 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 hHokuwsai’s bridges…