More than 70 sculptures, accompanied by 35 drawings and paintings, are brought together for the first time in Paris at the Galerie de l'Institut in its two Parisian spaces, rue de Seine and rue des Beaux-Arts. Some of them will be put up for sale on this occasion.
Postponed to 2022 for health reasons, it is positioned this year as one of the unmissable events for contemporary art lovers with the Venice Biennale or the Documenta in Kassel. It is also a moment much awaited by the public.
While the Musée d'Orsay is devoting a vast exhibition to him from September 20 to January 23, 2023, the Galerie Poggi is organizing in its space in the Marais an exceptional dialogue between two rare paintings by Edvard Munch (one from 1903 and one from 1923), never exhibited in France, and a collection of painted and engraved works by his compatriot Anna-Eva Bergman.
After propelling OneMizer's urban art into the NFT sphere with "The Shining Vandalized Lugia" and "90's vibes", two dazzlingly successful collections, SECR3T, a new player on the digital art market, announces the launch of its third collaboration with the artist. The upload will be unveiled soon on Discord SECR3T x OneMizer.
In the current context of economic, social and environmental crisis, artists can use their arts as a powerful vector of expression and communication. An invisible but impactful link and all the more interesting to develop... Of course, they continue to create, to express their sensitivity and to work on their techniques, but other perspectives remain to be explored.
Communication through evidence. Such is the creed of the new living fresco which is displayed on the 3m² of the ORLY 375 facade. Its originality lies in its evolving nature: deliberately unfinished on the day of its installation, it will take on color over the actions initiated by the airport to decarbonize its activities and preserve biodiversity. The stated objective is ambitious: carbon neutrality by 4.
The new application developed by the Frac Île-de-France, "Sors de ta reserve!" », was launched on May 9, 2022. Thanks to this new tool allowing the public to appropriate the collection (more than 2000 works to discover), nearly 250 users have already created an account to choose a work, so that it is exhibited in the central spaces of the Reserves, the new Frac site in Romainville.