Everybody wants to see Vermeer.
There are only a few painters like him. A few? Monet even called him “the painter of painters”.
Bernar Venet is back. And the bourgeois of Versailles are in a fury: in their eyes, the 22 meter high arcs in front of the Château
You made it to Paris, congratulations.
This is the first exhibition in France devoted to German painter Lucas Cranach: “Cranach and his time” at the freshly renovated Mu
The Birth of a Museum is not one exhibition, there are actually two. Or to be precise: three.
Do dead men come back sometimes, somehow? This is a question as old as mankind.
There’s nothing she didn’t do: the stunning interior of the Concorde, that was her’s.
When Jean-Michel Basquiat burst onto the art scene in 1981, his paintings of anguished figures were hailed by some critics as work
His French colleague Henri Cartier-Bresson considered him one of the masters: Hungarian born André Kertész, no doubt, was one of t
Pierre and Alexandra Boulat never had the ambition to construct what you might call an oeuvre, a body of work.
His one and only subject was light: the light that flows through nature and objects, that can transform anything in just a few sec
Photos by Karl Lagerfeld? You might think you’ve seen them all because they are everywhere.
These are quite strange portraits: dog's faces. Looking directly into your eyes.
Dynasty is a ingle exhibition, but in two locations, it shows 40 young artists, but 80 works.