Here are the events we wrote about since the beginning of our activities, sorted by their title
From Boudin to Marquet and Moholy-Nagy, a century of evolution in the port landscape
The Musée d'art moderne André Malraux is celebrating its 50th anniversary: a retrospective on an innovating period, accompanied by various events
From Mexico to Argentina, a complete survey of current trends in photography
Painters who love beautiful colors - Lanskoy and Clavé - big historic frescoes - the Normands - serious subjects as much as the contrary, light ones -the images of Epinal.. Iin the North, Summer exhibitions offer a great diversity.
The Great Tour is still in fashion! An itinerary through Europe should not be limited to touching the beaches, lakes and other natural beauties. Raphaël, Picasso, Friedrich or Kandinsky all await you in the cultural capitals of the Old World. Another advantage not to be underestimated lies under the regular contact with these stars of art: there is no risk of catchng a sunburn!
We saw quite a good number of original exhibitions this Spring in Europe. Some of them required years of efforts, such as those dedicated to surrealism in London or to Gentile da Fabriano in his native town. They will still be open for a few days : if you are on vacation, it is high time to run to them!
Paris in August is deserted like a novel by René Fallet. Is it? Look again! Things have changed quite a bit and the summer’s cultural agenda is as full as that of the chilier months. From the Louvre to the Grand Palais, Orsay to the Jeu de Paume, here is a long enough choice to keep busy after 14 July.
Suntan intelligently! It is really possible when we see the quality of the exhibitions set up in the major vacation resorts: a retrospective on the Blaü-Reiter in St Tropez, another on Tal-Coat in Toulon or even original installations at Lacoste, in the Luberon...
The summer invites us to either discover artists who deserve to be better known, such as Harbuger, Malaval or Charles Pollock, or to revisit those whose reputations are well established such as Majorelle or Maurice Denis, while offering a rich contemporary aspect.
From Jongkind to Miró, from gothic art in the Champagne region to design by Sottsass, the programme is quite enticing. And decorative arts are not ignored, as we also have African materials, Indian cottons, as well as furniture and jewellery by Majorelle.
A season marked by elegance: from Chéret, the poster artist of the Belle Epoque, to Christian Lacroix, including the aesthetics of the dandies, the fashion world is fittingly represented in the Midi. This in no way hinders the variety of the offer, which includes photographs by Simenon as well as the iconography of Michelin or Wolfgang Laib’s poetic constructions, in wax and pollen …