Spring is coming! On this occasion, the Studio Marianne Guély will take over the huge table of the Galerie des Cerfs of the Condé museum from March 29th. This table, 12 meters long by 4 meters wide, will be decorated with a lush and cheerful composition of paper. The artist wants here to pay homage to the iconic gardens of the castle designed by André Le Nôtre in the XNUMXth century.
Next April 19 will mark the release of the book by art historian Alix Paré from Editions du Chêne. A book entitled Heroines: from Cleopatra to Wonder Woman. Exceptional women with exceptional destinies who have inspired painters, sculptors and filmmakers of all eras.
As the escalation of violence continues at the gates of Europe since February 24, 2022, art tries to fight back. In response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Fort Gansefort will curate a limited edition of 100 prints in collaboration with Ukrainian-born artist Zoya Cherkassky.
It's a proven fact: water is a vital resource that is becoming increasingly scarce. Faced with this alarming reality for Humanity and for the planet, many artists are committed, such as Sebastião Salgado, Brazilian photographer, who offers an unpublished collection of photographs to discover from April 1 to September 22, 2022 at the forecourt of La Défense in Paris. An exhibition produced on the occasion of World Water Day, in partnership with UNESCO.
How to make art in times of war? This is the question posed by this exhibition to be discovered from June 23 to December 31, 2022 at the Verdun Memorial. It will present 52 works from a collection of the memorial and 150 others from institutional and private loans.
Painter, sculptor and self-taught artist, François Morellet is one of the precursors of minimal art. So many excellent reasons to devote an exhibition to him… An event organized with Estate Morellet and Galerie Kamel Mennour Paris, curated by Didier Arnaudet.
Homo Faber Event returns to Venice in 2022 to offer an unprecedented cultural experience of the world of craftsmanship, with 15 immersive exhibitions. For its second edition, the event is expanding its vision of fine craftsmanship to the international scene.
Installed in the elegant Hall Defrasse of the Cité de l'Économie, the exhibition explores the life of Simone Veil, her political and social action to change our society but also her fight for Europe. An event as part of France's presidency of the European Union offered by Citéco.
Cult figure of the sixties, Serge Mouille (1922-1988) would have celebrated his hundredth birthday this year. The opportunity to look back on his journey which has marked the history of design for a long time. Light on this icon of decorative art.
For the second consecutive season, the Tuileries Garden will host the Première Classe ready-to-wear and accessories show. The occasion also for an exhibition of antique furniture which will prolong the experience of visitors.