From April 7 to June 4, 2022, the works of Philippe Dupuy invite themselves to Rupture Arts & Books. For the occasion, the bookstore-gallery is opening up to comics and exhibiting one of its best ambassadors: Philippe Dupuy, to whom we owe the famous Monsieur Jean series with Charles Berberian, and the recent volumes Paint or Do not paint.
From August 26 to 28, 2022, on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the painting “Impression, soleil levant”, a masterpiece by Claude Monet painted in 1872 in Le Havre and from which the Impressionist movement takes its name, the Normandy Impressionist festival offers a festive and cultural weekend. Here is the program.
Here is a new exhibition that art lovers will not miss! Organized by the Museum of Art and History of Meudon, it will be dedicated to Maria Papa Rostkowska (1923-2008), sculptor of Polish origin from the “New School of Paris”. Back on the story of a pioneer of post-war art, who will have marked the history of her courage and her talent.
50 years is something to celebrate! So to celebrate this half-century, the gallery founded in 1972 is organizing a series of three exhibitions in 2022. The first retrospective starts with the spring, 5 quai Malaquais in Paris. An entire program…
Spring has returned! And with it, the eponymous festival organized by… Printemps stores. The opportunity to discover a scenography in the colors of the new identity of the group which played between metallic and inflatable structures.
After two years of reconstruction, the Château de Maffliers, enthroned in the heart of an idyllic estate, has just awakened from a deep sleep. This building steeped in history is therefore experiencing a new lease of life thanks to the craftsmen and all the professionals who have made it a point of honor to find the right balance between modernity and historic charm, in order to re-enchant this building dating from the 19th century.
It is therefore two winners who pull out of the game. On the occasion of the opening of the WE PAINT exhibition on Wednesday March 23 at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, the work of Florian Krewer was presented to the jury by Mouna Mekouar, independent exhibition curator and that of Marine Wallon by Guy Boyer, art critic and journalist.
The imagination, considered nowadays as non-essential, left as the only tool of dreamers and artists, is however a faculty inherent in each human being allowing him to apprehend the world, its multiple realities and therefore better, to build our societies.
Let's go for the 7th edition of the MOOC Arts of the Roaring Twenties! The Rmn-Grand Palais, with the support of the Orange Foundation, is launching a free online course on the theme… of the Roaring Twenties. On the program: access to culture through free courses accessible to all.