Art movement born in the interwar period, Magical Realism as a mode of expression depicts a visual world "cold, sharp, often worked in its smallest details, and so realistic that it inevitably becomes disturbing and alienating. *”.
For this first personal exhibition in France, the Georgian artist, Thea Djordjadze, proposes to assemble more than sixty works produced since 1993 with which she delivers an intuitive experience within the building of the Museum.
The Fondation d'entreprise Hermès presents the collective exhibition "Forms of Transfer" which brings together the visual artists who participated between 2010 and 2020 in its program of Artists' Residences within the manufactures of the Hermès house.
In Paris, the Comédie-Française invites itself to the walls and screens of the Jérôme Seydoux-Pathé Foundation to retrace the fascinating history which has united it to the seventh art for more than a century. An exhibition event between theater and cinema from January 15 to April 16, 2022.
As cultural life picks up again, the contemporary artist duo AROTIN & SERGHEI have taken over the squares in front of the Pompidou Center to install four Infinite Columns of Light alongside Renzo Piano's IRCAM tower.
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec bathed in light the entrance, the stairs and the restaurant of the Bourse de Commerce, a new contemporary museum in the Pinault Collection in Paris. The project, commissioned by François Pinault, conceived in dialogue with Jean-Jacques Aillagon and Martin Bethenod, and produced by Flos Bespoke, expresses the strength of a dialogue between architecture and design, between history and modernism.
From December 28 to February 6, the Miranda Gallery (10th arrondissement) celebrates the practice of John Chiara (born in 1971) in the exhibition La Poussière des anges, the first solo show of the Californian photographer in Europe.