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Every week, since April 2006, ArtoftheDay weekly brings you what's on in the world of art, in France and in Europe. Important, new or unusual events, exhibitions, auctions, fairs, artists, museums and galleries life, art books... You will find here, sorted by year, the summaries of all the issues published since its inception. Click on any of them, the complete issue will appear.

And if you want to go back further to the beginning of the century, our Archives section offers an extensive coverage of the world of art published on our dite since 2001.
 

#491 - from 16 November 2017 to 22 November 2017
IN THE AIR: Hockney, a passion for portraits - EXHIBITIONS: Pougheon, Art Déco with a touch of Ingres - AUCTIONS: Churchill, his last canvas - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 17 November 2017 - PARIS - Topographie de l’art - BOOKS: Pras, a 2.0. version of Arcimboldo -
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#490 - from 9 November 2017 to 15 November 2017
IN THE AIR: D-day for the Louvre Abu Dhabi - EXHIBITIONS: In the Gurlitt labyrinth - A 19th century now forgotten - Eisenstein’s pencil - FAIRS: The realm of photography - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 10 November 2017 - PARIS - Galerie Emmanuel Hervé - BOOKS: Is photography a distorting mirror, or not? -
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#489 - from 2 November 2017 to 8 November 2017
IN THE AIR: Should painting be in color? - EXHIBITIONS: A Tiepolo at Palladio’s - The myth of Nineveh - AUCTIONS: Montherlant, play Agamemnon for us! - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Dezeuze: Supports/Surfaces, but not only - BOOKS: Alechinsky rolls it out
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#488 - from 26 October 2017 to 1 November 2017
IN THE AIR: Mata Hari, the spy who came from the North Sea - EXHIBITIONS: The spirit of the Rose-Croix - Arcimboldo, a breath of fresh air - MUSEUMS: Vienna, a window to the world - BOOKS: Gauguin, in praise of wanderings - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 26 October 2017 - PARIS - Galerie Nathalie Obadia -
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#487 - from 19 October 2017 to 25 October 2017
IN THE AIR: 1932, an erotic year in the life of Picasso - EXHIBITIONS ABOUT PICASSO: Another Picasso, Maya - Picasso and Lautrec - BOOKS: Millet, a fallen star
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#486 - from 12 October 2017 to 18 October 2017
IN THE AIR: Why Gauguin touches us so - EXHIBITIONS: Ferlinghetti, the Beat came from Italy - Dali and Duchamp, two trouble makers - The taste of the MoMA - Hodler: the return to Vienna - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 13 October 2017 - CHALON-SUR-SAONE - Musée Nicéphore Niépce -
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#485 - from 5 October 2017 to 11 October 2017
IN THE AIR: Caravaggio, genius and bad boy - EXHIBITIONS: Derain, an energetic force - America in the jazz era - Opera, a world passion - Raphael’s muscles - AS WELL AS: BOOKS: Not so crazy after all
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#484 - from 28 September 2017 to 4 October 2017
IN THE AIR: What secession means - EXHIBITIONS: Lessons by Jean Rouch - ELSEWHERE IN EUROPE: ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Raphaëlle Peria, photography with a gouge - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 29 September 2017 - PARIS - Galerie Folia - BOOKS: The Robert dictionary in sign language -
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#483 - from 21 September 2017 to 28 September 2017
IN THE AIR: Montparnasse, the endless tower - EXHIBITIONS: Zorn, amiable Paris and deep Sweden - Seven decades with Penn - ELSEWHERE IN EUROPE: OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 26 September 2017 - LYON - Regard Sud - BOOKS: Monet’s personal museum
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#482 - from 14 September 2017 to 20 September 2017
IN THE AIR: An Impressionist treasure from Denmark - IN MEMORIAM: Jacques Dodeman, 1925-2017 - EXHIBITIONS WE RECOMEND: The Longobards: ferocious but refined - Jack London, what adventure really means - Bruegel, the details in life - BOOKS: What is left of painting? - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 19 September 2017 - PARIS - Galerie Catherine Putman -
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#481 - from 13 July 2017 to 13 September 2017
Our next issue will appear on 14 September 2017. Have a nice summer!: 10 exhibitions for the summer - A return of de Chirico - Paris 1900 - Delvaux, the Belgian surrealist - What is peace? - Manguin, a great Fauvist artist - Black Power - Over the Forbidden City - A selection from Africa - The Borgia, intimate - Breton, the boss -
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#480 - from 6 July 2017 to 12 July 2017
IN THE AIR: Dior, 70 years, and forever young - EXHIBITIONS: All of Viola - Van Gogh in the woods - Sonia and Madrid - Arroyo the iconoclast - BOOKS: Schiele from A to Z -
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#479 - from 29 June 2017 to 5 July 2017
IN THE AIR: El Greco teaches us how to look - EXHIBITIONS: Hockney, the permanent experiment - Hunt, an era of England that has vanished - The grandeur of Venice - Maria Theresa, an esthete - BOOKS: An X-ray of expressionism - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 1 July 2017 - ROUBAIX - La Piscine -
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#478 - from 22 June 2017 to 28 June 2017
IN THE AIR: UFO or cathedral: what will the museum of the XXIst century look like? - Centro Botín, heading to the Cantabria region - Nantes: Italian art, but not only - Perpignan, between Rigaud and Picasso - AND ALSO: OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 25 June 2017 - BIGNAN - Domaine de Kerguéhennec -
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#477 - from 15 June 2017 to 21 June 2017
IN THE AIR: How to rediscover Cézanne - EXHIBITIONS: Cézanne and paper - Cézanne, his gallery - Sargent and watercolours
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#476 - from 8 June 2017 to 14 June 2017
IN THE AIR: Mondrian, the exhibition of the century - EXHIBITIONS: Laurens-Braque, a beautiful friendship - Sisley, a master landscape artist - Frank Lloyd Wright - AUCTIONS: Baldus, a counterfeiter? - Between Micral-N and Camille Claudel
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#475 - from 1 June 2017 to 7 June 2017
IN THE AIR: Derain, Giacometti, Balthus: the special trio - EXHIBITIONS: Raphael, a life through drawings - Requiem for a slide - Peter Saul: ugliness as a weapon of massive destruction - BOOKS: A Russian painter at war - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 1 June 2017 - TOULOUSE
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#474 - from 25 May 2017 to 31 May 2017
IN THE AIR: Hokusai, the Japan that never dies - EXHIBITIONS: Madame de Sévigné, glory through letters - FESTIVALS: 500 candles for Le Havre - BOOKS: Pignon, the Belgian fever - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 27 May 2017 - LE HAVRE - MUMA -
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#473 - from 18 May 2017 to 24 May 2017
FIVE MAJOR ARTISTS FROM THE 20TH CENTURY: FRANCE: The power of Léger - FRANCE: Chagall the sculptor, a discovery - THE NETHERLANDS: Arp, a magician of forms - GREAT BRITAIN: Giacometti, in search of the essence - NORWAY: Munch, leaving appearances behind - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 20 May 2017 - VERSAILLES - Musée Lambinet -
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#472 - from 11 May 2017 to 17 May 2017
SPECIAL PHOTOBOOKS: The automobile, a sweet song - ARCHITECTURE: Hidden Milan - PHOTOREPORTERS: The Magnum touch - INTERWAR ERA: Lotar is back - SOCIOLOGY: Theme parks at night - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 12 May 2017 - PARIS - Galerie Les Yeux Fertiles -
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#471 - from 4 May 2017 to 10 May 2017
IN THE AIR: History lessons for troubled times - EXHIBITIONS: Governing Paris - War menu - Luther, 500 years ago - Greeks in Italy - BOOKS: Paris, the memory of Art déco - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 6 May 2017 - PARIS - Galerie RX -
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#470 - from 27 April 2017 to 3 May 2017
IN THE AIR: Walker Evans, another USA - EXHIBITIONS: The Becher school - Men from London - Zorn, a Northern light - ARCHITECTURE: An auditorium on the Seine - BOOKS: What is art? -
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#469 - from 20 April 2017 to 26 April 2017
IN THE AIR: 80 years ago, Guernica - PICASSO IN THE NEWS: Boisgeloup, a place for sculpture - Quinn, 20 years with Picasso - Parade, an Italian escapade - Sour Olga - The call of the primitive - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 21 April 2017 - NÈGREPELISSE - La Cuisine - BOOKS: Another round ! -
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#468 - from 13 April 2017 to 19 April 2017
IN THE AIR: Ladies, do you have an abstract mind? - EXHIBITIONS: What about queers? - Merian, a flower woman - Kiss, baiser, bacio, beso - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Rosa Barba: echo from the archives - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 18 April 2017 - MARSEILLE - Friche la Belle de Mai - BOOKS: Topor is back -
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#467 - from 6 April 2017 to 12 April 2017
IN THE AIR: Letter from Madrid: the Hispanic Society and its hidden treasures - EXHIBITIONS: Rafael Moneo, an assessment - Casas, the man from the Four Cats - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Leandro Erlich in the kingdom of illusion - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 7 April 2017 - NÎMES - Carré d’art - BOOKS: Rereading art history
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#466 - from 30 March 2017 to 5 April 2017
IN THE AIR: Africa, the new superpower of art - EXHIBITIONS: The Han, a never-ending fascination - MUSEUMS: Camille Claudel can set anchor - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Ciprian Muresan, drawing a mirror of the world - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 30 March 2017 - PARIS - Fisheye Gallery - BOOKS: Picasso, the great transmitter -
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#465 - from 23 March 2017 to 29 March 2017
IN THE AIR: Rodin, the centennial of a giant - EXHIBITIONS: Olga, Picasso’s damned soul - ELSEWHERE IN EUROPE: Radziwill: in Bremen - Hodgkin, RIP - Depero, a complete artist - ARTISTS OF THE WEEK: Ballen and Lemmen: the return of the “cadavre exquis” - BOOKS: Dufy, chief decorator - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 25 March 2017 - LA HULPE (Belgium) - Fondation Folon
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#464 - from 16 March 2017 to 22 March 2017
IN THE AIR: Spiritualscapes - EXHIBITIONS: Michelangelo and Sebastiano - Recipe for a golem - OBJECT OF THE WEEK: Fragile, glass flowers, handle with care - AUCTIONS: Hand games - BOOKS: Rodin-Kiefer, the hand over - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 21 March 2017 - PARIS - Galerie Polysémie
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#463 - from 9 March 2017 to 15 March 2017
IN THE AIR: What is left of the American dream? - EXHIBITIONS: Kiesler, impossible to classify - Balenciaga hosted by Bourdelle - AUCTIONS: Christian Bérard died too young - BOOKS: Lartigue by the sea - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 11 March 2017 - PARIS - Galerie Bernard Zürcher
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#462 - from 2 March 2017 to 8 March 2017
IN THE AIR: Pissarro, the boss - EXHIBITIONS: Paul Rosenberg, an exceptional gallery owner - The jet set as seen by Boldini - Anatomy of the vulgar - AUCTIONS: Boni de Castellane, the last dandy - BOOKS: Vermeer up close - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 2 March 2017 - BRUSSELS - Le Botanique
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#461 - from 23 February 2017 to 1 March 2017
IN THE AIR: Vermeer, the rarest painter in the world - EXHIBITIONS: Bellini, inner peace - Schiele, one hundred years - Bury, permanent motion - Koudelka, what exile means - 50 years of Rancillac - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 23 February 2017 - PARIS - Galerie Hervé Courtaigne - AUCTIONS: Jules Verne on his island - A record for Magritte? -
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#460 - from 16 February 2017 to 22 February 2017
IN THE AIR: Freundlich, a martyr of the Third Reich - EXHIBITIONS: From Moscow with love - Lotar, not only a Surrealist - AND ALSO: Malta, the daughter of the sea - Effects of volume - Paolozzi, a Pop prince - Bosch on the lagoon - BOOKS: Schneider, a free mind
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#459 - from 9 February 2017 to 15 February 2017
IN THE AIR: When Dalí was in the kitchen - EXHIBITIONS: The crystalline world of David Hockney - Kirchner, a Berlin period - Dix, no sentimental - Italy Art déco - AUCTIONS: In praise of eroticism - BOOKS: Ode to cafés - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 11 February 2017 - ANTWERP - Gallery 51
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#458 - from 2 February 2017 to 8 February 2017
IN THE AIR: Vanessa, Virginia Woolf’s talented sister - EXHIBITIONS: A Portuguese Picasso - In search of Dutch drawings - 1917, the end of the Romanov family - AND ALSO...: Half a century of Rouan - Di Rosa’s universe - Giving one’s all for concrete art - BOOKS: The poetry of concrete - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 3 February 2017 - PARIS - Galerie Thierry Bigaignon -
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#457 - from 26 January 2017 to 1 February 2017
IN THE AIR: Monet, the patriarch of the 20th century - EXHIBITIONS: A compass for Africa - Will Eisner, a genius of comic strips - In praise of time - A passion in the desert - AUCTIONS: Antonin Artaud, his intimacy - BOOKS: Confessions of an eye
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#456 - from 19 January 2017 to 25 January 2017
IN THE AIR: Life starts at 100 - THREE OTHER CENTENNIALS TO REDISCOVER: Carmen Herrera, 101-year old geometer - Karl-Otto Götz, informal at 102 - William Pachner, a resistant at 101 - AND 90-YEAR OLD YOUNGSTERS: From Soulages to Alechinsky - BOOKS: Kandinsky the Parisian
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#455 - from 12 January 2017 to 18 January 2017
IN THE AIR: 15 exhibitions we are eager to see - ANCIENT ART: Vermeer leads the way - MODERN ART: In the steps of Monet - LOOTED ART: The shadow of the Nazis - SCHOOLS AND MOVEMENTS: From Surrealism to Revolution - INDIVIDUAL ADVENTURES: Three strong personalities - BOOKS: A little more segregation? - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 13 January 2017 - BRUSSELS - Rodolphe Janssen -
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