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13.01.20 File: 5 opera decorations made by contemporary artists

While the Center Pompidou-Metz (57) is celebrating until January 27 the meeting between the visual arts and the lyrical genre in the exhibition “Opera World, the quest for total art”, the editorial staff of Muuuz returns to the most beautiful scenographies of operas signed by big names in contemporary art. From Anish Kapoor to Berlinde De Bruyckere, a look back at the visual artists who have made opera a fertile playing field for experiments and creations.

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10.01.20 Sejkko: Lonely Houses

Discovered on Instagram under the pseudonym Sejkko (@sejkko), the Portuguese photographer Manuel Pita immortalizes the isolated houses he meets during his wanderings in Europe, from his country of origin to Croatia via Turkey. Sometimes renovated, sometimes dilapidated, these small colorful houses evoke both the solitude of everyone and the nostalgic memory of the Home, Sweet Home of his childhood.

06.01.20 Chak Kit: Hong Kong

Rather than capturing realistic images of Hong Kong, the young photographer Chak Kit immortalizes the magnetic energy of the Chinese megalopolis in purified snapshots on the border of abstraction. Become famous thanks to social networks, he poses a look of esthete on the urban landscape of Hong Kong and shares his colorful visions of the city on Instagram.

26.12.19 May Parlar: Surreal photography

Under the leadership of the writer André Breton, surrealism liberated, in the 1920s, cinema, literature, painting and photography from the omnipotence of reason to restore positive values ​​in the aftermath of the Great War. As the centenary of the movement approaches, we return to the surrealist work of contemporary photographer May Parlar.

19.12.19 Schnepp Renou: Architecture photography

The two young photographers, Morgane Renou and Simon Schnepp, have formed the Schnepp Renou duo since 2012. Specializing in architectural photography, the Franco-German duo captures urban landscapes around the world and magnifies them with an artistic mastery of photography. Zoom on an outstanding collective work.

18.12.19 Event: Dan Flavin at the David Zwirner gallery

A few months after the inauguration of its first Parisian branch (3rd arrondissement), the New York gallery David Zwirner pays tribute to the American visual artist Dan Flavin. For its second exhibition, the Espace du Marais reveals ten light installations that have forged the international renown of this major figure of minimalism.

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17.12.19 Romain Laprade: Domestic Pool

From La Piscine by Jacques Deray to Swimming Pool by François Ozon, via The Swimmer by Frank Perry, the pool has often been a source of inspiration for the visual arts. Designed for Villa Noailles (83) in 2018, the photographic series "Domestic Pool" by Romain Laprade celebrates the dream pool of Alain Capeillères. Tart visuals that smell good in summer.

19.11.19 Event: Robert Cottingham at the Vallois Gallery

After the exhibition dedicated to John DeAndrea in June 2018, the Georges-Philippe and Nathalie Vallois gallery (6ème arrondissement) continues its study of American hyperrealism by presenting for the first time the hyperrealist works of the artist Robert Cottingham. Zoom on his almost photographic inventory of North American urban landscapes, Hollywood villas with details of urban architectures.

15.11.19 Dossier: 5 urban installations to discover in Paris

Controversy yesterday, appreciated today, the installations arranged by contemporary artists in the streets of the capital often provoke media debates before melting into the urban landscape. After the recent controversy of Jeff Koons's Bouquet of Tulips, the Muuuz editorial team offers you a tour of the most remarkable and remarkable urban installations in Paris!

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