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Robert Wilson

Video portraits of Lady Gaga

American artist and stage director ROBERT WILSON has based this series of slowly shifting video portraits on old masters like INGRES and SOLARIO....
David LaChapelle

“The fall of the icons“ F.Nietzsche

DAVID LACHAPELLE is one of the world's most famous photographers.His book Hotel Lachapelle is a best seller which anchored his international...
Hey!

Modern art & pop culture

The Pop culture and modern Art HEY! exhibit brings the complex and plural entity named pop Culture, this macro organism of personal or...
Kuntzel+Deygas - Smoke

A cigarette for 2

A light fog is guiding us towards the SPREE gallery located on a small hill north of Paris. We are going to see SMOKE, FLORENCE DEYGAS and OLIVIER...
Erwin Blumenfeld

BLUMENFELD IN COLORS

ERWIN BLUMENFELD extraordinary PHOTO GRAPHIC quality that can be seen at the ART DISTRICT galery reflects his omnipresent artistic direction.The...
Artist Jewellery

A collection

ARTIST JEWELLERY AT "MY AUNT". The MONT-DE-PIÉTÉ presents part of the CLO FLEISS artist jewels collection.Paradoxically, this historic pawnbroking...
Entrance of the Mediums

Spiritism and art, from Hugo to Breton

ENTRANCE OF THE MEDIUMS Spiritism and art, from Hugo to Breton. It is a very odd way to make art without pretending to do so. From 1853 till the...
Loris Gréaud

The Unplayed Notes

THE UNPLAYED NOTES is an experience of four successive states. The first state represents the motherly aspect of a galaxy during its maternity,...
Tim Burton

Draftsman, painter, video director, photographer and inventor of colorful,
amazing sculptures.

The exhibition shows original works that are conscious mixtures of pop, Goth and surrealism – a creative hybridization claimed by the artist,...
Theo Mercier

The museum of Secondary Arts

Prior to being this disturbing dreamer of an alternative ethnic death allegory, THÉO MERCIER used to be a good student. After studying industrial...
Claude Cahun

1894-1954 Heroïne
The “Morphwoman”

Born in 1894 in Nantes, state of surrealism: BRETON, VALHE, Lucy SCHWOB, from a rich intellectual Jewish family, daughter of Maurice, niece of Marcel...
Void if removed

(Concrete Erudition 4)

Nul si découvert/Void if Removed is the fourth and last part of the “Concrete Erudition” programme proposed by Guillaume Désanges, the...
Alexander McQueen

Savage Beauty

The exhibition, organized by The Costume Institute, celebrates the late Alexander McQueen’s extraordinary contributions to fashion. From his...
Gilbert & George

URETHRA POSTCARD PICTURES -
Interview

The G spotGilbert and George are two dandies who met at St Martin School of Art 1969 in London and never left each other since.They launched the duo...
Pierre Cardin Museum

Past, Present, Future

Sixty years of creation are exhibited under  the glass house's lights.The « Past, Present, Future » Museum located in St Ouen outlines Pierre...
Joe Coleman

Auto-Portrait

Coleman’s portraits create complete biographies by surrounding their subjects with interweavings of miniscule images and explanatory text....
MetalHead Franck Sorbier

Franck Sorbier introduces his portrait gallery
Express interview

At the same time he's doing his couture creations. Franck Sorbier replaced the needle with a blowtorch and fabric with silver metal to conceive his...
Rehab

The art of re-doing

Recycling is not a new concept, the industry retires, reuses, or enhances metals and other wastes.Isn't the current green trend drilling enough into...
Larry Clark

Kiss the past hello

ARC is delighted to be presenting the first French retrospective of photographer and filmmaker Larry Clark, born in 1943 in Tulsa, Oklahoma....
Tania & Vincent

"Consummation"

Photographers Tania and Vincent are a couple who met at the Ecole Cantonale d'Art in Lausanne, where they were training in photography and graphic...
Kimiko Yoshida

"Là où je ne suis pas"

Kimiko Yoshida's almost monochrome, subtly lit, large-fromat square self-portraits have been her signature since the series entitled Single Brides,...
SKIN The multidisciplinary exhibition "Skin" takes a predominantly historical approach, beginning with early anatomical thought in the 16th and 17th...
Maison Martin Margiela

‘20’ THE EXHIBITION -
Who is Martin Margiela?

MM it's first and foremost a lengthy silouhette that came out of Kiraz comic strip. A man of a few words, discrete, unhabited, dressed in black and...
American Woman

Fashioning a National Identity

American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity is the first Costume Institute exhibition drawn from the newly established Brooklyn Museum Costume...
Les Lalanne

Wild thing
 

Organised thematically rather than chronologically, the retrospective  reveals the full scope of the Lalannes’ creativity in a wide range of...
ModeMetMonique

Monique van Heist

From 10 April to 24 October 2010 the Zeeuws Museum in Middelburg (Netherlands) presents the exhibition MODEMETMONIQUE. In the same way that the...
Solipsisme

Jerk - Alone with himself

"Alone with oneself". It's paradoxal considering the artist who has its own gang in the Art world. Browsing expos and street for more than 20 years...
Pierre Molinier

Oeuvres inédites
Collages & photomontages
Uncensored

On an ordinary afternoon in the 60’s in Bordeaux, a conservative town, in an art studio, on Faussets street, a man is willingly admiring...
Beat Takeshi Kitano

Gosse de peintre

Must I really introduce you to Takeshi Kitano?? The actor, the troublemaker of japonese TV primetimes, the writer and most importantly the director....
Ali Banisadr

Conflicts

Banisadr once remarked that his childhood memories, notably of the Islamic revolution and the brutal Iran-Iraq war, were a mix of images, half...
Decode

Digital Design Sensations

Decode: Digital Design Sensations showcases the latest developments in digital and interactive design, from small, screen-based, graphics to...
Kuntzel+Deygas

Twinnings

The exhibition Twinnings by Kuntzel & Degas has set up under the arches of Palais-Royal; a peculiar collection (wide range of materials, unexpected...
Kienholz

The Hoerengracht

‘The Hoerengracht’ (1983–8), by American artists Ed and Nancy Kienholz, will transform the Sunley Room into a walk-through...
The Sacred made real ‘The Sacred Made Real’ presents a landmark reappraisal of religious art from the Spanish Golden Age with works created to shock the...
Miyajima Lisson gallery is proud to present an exhibition of new works by Japanese artist Tatsuo Miyajima. Since 1987, Tatsuo Miyajima has been constructing...
The likely fate of the man

who swallowed the ghost.

A proposal by Christian Rizzo and the association fragile.

In the vast Hall of Men-at-Arms, Christian Rizzo,  questions of  the image of the body via artworks coming from all sorts of horizons: ...
Farhad Moshiri

Silly you, Silly me

The dazzling colors and hybrid materials of Farhad Moshiri’s recent works - paintings and installations - immediately capture the eye....
EVE 9002 / Yoshikata Amano Yoshiki Hishinuma

The Master’s signature stamp

Some dates become real celebrations. Yoshikata Amano’s presence at Opera de Paris is an irresistible present that will propel you out of...
Arnhem Mode Biennale 2009 For its third edition, the Arnhem Mode Biennale has chosen to illustrate and expose Fashion around the theme “Shape”. Piet Paris,...
Nobuyoshi Araki

Bondages

At almost 70 years, the most controversial  Nippon artists  presents a recent series of his famous photographs of young women tied up in the...
The Model as Muse, embodying fashion

The return of the Supermodel ?

“The exhibition will examine a timeline of fashion from 1947 to 1997 through the idealized aesthetic of the fashion model,” said Harold...
Dalek - Beatriz Milhazes - Jim Dine Galerie Magda Danysz78, rue AmelotParis 11Fondation Cartier261 boulevard Raspail75014 ParisGalerie Daniel Templon30 rue Beaubourg75003 Paris
Miwa Kyûsetsu XII

Clay Erotes and fusional Thánatoses.

Miwa Kyûsetsu XII’s subversive ceramic art: the artist, a contemporary Japanese ceramist, under his touch, clays become organic and alive. The...
Ray Caesar

Interview

Sabine Morandini : How come your characters all have children faces?Ray Caesar : Dolls! I grew up constantly playing with my sister's dolls! I...
Hussein Chalayan Leading the forefront of contemporary fashion design, the twice named 'British Designer of the Year,' Hussein Chalayan, is renowned for his...
Gakona - HAARP

High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program.

A few houses, a service station, a post office, a couple of diners... and a mysterious scientific research base. Gakona, a small village in the...
Natalie Shau - D-A-D

Dark Artist Digital

Born in Vilnius (Lituania). 1984 like Georges Orwell. The dark future. Natalie Shau is a mix between the 21st and the 19th century for a young...
FIAC 2008 - Paris
David Seidner

Early Works

As a young artist in Los Angeles, David Seidner comes across the work of John Cage, which inspires his fragmented pictures, his way of setting them...
Les Rencontres d'Arles

Guests of Christian Lacroix

Richard Avedon

Photographies 1946 - 2004

This exhibition at le Jeu de Paume surveys the whole of Richard Avedon's career, starting with his first steps as a fashion photographer at the end...
Superheroes

Fashion and Fantasy

The exhibition will feature approximately 60 ensembles including movie costumes, avant-garde Haute Couture, and high-performance sportswear to reveal...
Jan Fabre Jan Fabre offers a journey through the museum collections that can be perceived as a "mental dramaturgy" orchestrating his work's main figures and...
Patti Smith

Interview
Land 250

The Fondation Cartier is hosting a major solo exhibition of the visual work of American artist and  performer Patti Smith. Drawn from pieces created...
Gelitin

La Louvre, Paris

After GELaTINs flamboyant appearance at the last Biennale di Venezia and their controversial contribution to Le Printemps de Septembre à Toulouse,...
Christian Lacroix

Fashion Stories

He would have liked to be a museum curator and became a story inventor and curator instead. This exhibition mirrors 20 years of fashion designer...
Lee Bul

On Every New Shadow

Lee Bul, one of the leading Korean artists of her generation, will present an ambitious new sculptural installation at the Fondation Cartier pour...
Pilar Albarracin

A mind of her own

For her first exhibition in France, Pilar Albarracin chose to display an impressive set-up, “Techo de Ofrendas”, a ‘roof of...
Elmgreen & Dragset

"Side Effects"

Elmgreen & Dragset present a new series of abstract, human sized sculptures, dressed according to the following fashion designers: Alberta Ferretti,...
Andrey Barternev

Disco-Nexion

The queues outside the Russian Pavillion at this summer's Venice Biennale were caused in part by Andrey Bartenev's apocalyptic...
La villa de Mademoiselle B.

Is Barbie a post feminist ?

Under the cover of a playful and multidisciplinary project, the Cité Chaillot, in partnership with Vitra and with the participation of Esmod and...
The Third Mind Ugo Rondinone chose 31 artists, all issued from different circles, to put back together bits of today’s art environment and create a new work...
Joel Peter Witkin

Interview -
Human Kind

JOEL-PETER WITKINS’ exhibition is composed of old and recent photos, and addresses various themes. The large formats in black and white, in the...
Opéra by Design Miniature sets 2007/2008.
Weegee

Collection Berinson(1899 -1968)

Weegee was an autodidact photographer who knew instinctively how to turn a press picture into a society cliché. His pictures will inspire Pop Art...
Steven Parrino

La Marque Noire

Steven Parinno is the incarnation of artistic integrity, completely remote from the academic and hierarchic systems, that he never stopped to break,...
Wang Du Wang Du, a Chinese artist based in Paris, has mastered the skill of manipulating images related to the mass media. This iconoclastic hero...
Philippe Mayaux From 10 May to 15 August 2003, the Centre Pompidou will be showing À mort l’Infini, an exhibition by Philippe Mayaux, sixth winner of the Prix...
Jim Dine

Pinocchio

The Pop Art of Jim Dine presents his fascination with Pinocchio at the PaceWildenstein gallery in New York.
Paul Poiret

King of Fashion

More than any other designer of the twentieth century, Paul Poiret (1879–1944) elevated fashion to the status of an artform. Dress history...
Jean Paul Gaultier / Régine Chopinot

Le Défilé

80 costumes – 328 clothes and accessories altogether – were donated by the choreographer Régine Chopinot to the Musée des Arts Décoratifs...
JC de Castelbajac

Gallierock

Jean-Charles de Castelbajac transforms the Galliera Palace in a rock and roll castle. He playfully mixes 40 years of fashion creations with his own...
David Lynch

Interview -
The Air is on Fire

DAVID LYNCH was a painter and plastic artist before he became a director. Perhaps some had recognised this in his films. For the others, this...
Extraordinary Voyages - YSL

Pierre Bergé - Yves Saint Laurent Foundation

Born in the Algerian port of Oran, Yves Saint Laurent spent his childhood bathed by the lights and colors of North Africa. This had a profound effect...
Once upon a time Walt Disney

The Disney Studios’ Artistic Sources.

One of the great idea of "Once upon a time Walt Disney" is to reconsider Disney's work, to try to take off the blinfolds we might have related to the...
Agnès Varda

l'Ile et elle

The exhibition Agnès Varda, L’île et elle brings together several installations displayed over the entire gallery space of the Fondation...
Pedro Almodovar Cannes snubbed him once again but the Cinémathèque française – the French national film library - has decided to honour him via an exhibition...
Jean Luc Godard The "journey to Utpia" exhibition Searching for a lost theorem, follows the cancellation of the first "collage(s)"exhibition in France, which was...
Face of Fashion

Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, Corinne Day, Steven Klein, Paolo Roversi and Mario Sorrenti.

"A fashion picture is a portrait; just as a portrait is a fashion picture." Irving Penn, 1950. The venue is small but the perfect environment for...
Erwin Olaf

Interview
Le Dernier Cri

Born in Hilversum in the Netherlands in 1959, ERWIN OLAFlives and works in Amsterdam since the early 80's. His current studio is situated in a former...
Art Week Paris

Fiac October 2006

Angus Mc Bean - Portraits Angus McBean (1904-90) is considered as one of the most extraordinary and talented British photographers of the twentieth century. In a career that...
Jane & Louise Wilson

The New Brutalists

This exhibition includes the five screen video installation “Erewhon” and new photographic works. Here, for the first time, the Wilsons...
Espace Louis Vuitton The "Espace Louis Vuitton", a unique space of artistic and cultural expression on the seventh floor of its historic house at 101, avenue des...
Thomas Hicks - Laurence Maheo The "looking for something special" exhibition at the Georges de Providence Gallery, brings together for the first time the artist Thomas Hicks and...
Voodoo

Hoochie-Coochie and the Creative Spirit

The exhibition at the London Riflemaker Gallery searches the loss of self in the creative process. Here, voodoo practice – the ideas of...
Jaime Gili

Superestrellas / Superstars

Jaime Gili was born in Caracas (Venezuela) in 1972. He grew up in a multicultural capital full of vibrant optical art, a concrete city full of...
PSJM

« Made By Slaves for Free people »

Madrid-based PSJM (Pablo San José and Cynthia Viera), bring their acclaimed 'Proyecto Asia', (Asia Project), to Riflemaker Beak Street with a...
Keith Haring Recognized as one of the great artists of the 1980s, Keith Haring is above all an emblematic figure, constantly linking the art world of his time to...
Warhol by Galella Much has been written of Ron Galella. Widely regarded as the most famous and most controversial celebrity photographer in the world—he's...
Craigie Horsfield Photographs form a small but significant part of Horsfield’s practice. Most of his recent works were made as part of collaborative social...