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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.

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#369 - from 18 December 2014 to 7 January 2015
IN THE AIR: Books and movies to bury 2014 - BOOKS: Goya in blood and gold - Baccarat XXL - Another WWI - A Parisian rear view window - MOVIES: Hopper comes to life - Mr. Turner, a rugged personality -
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#368 - from 11 December 2014 to 17 December 2014
IN THE AIR: 10 exhibitions not to be missed in Europe - IN LONDON: The human comedy according to Moroni - Turner at the end and always - Constable, the champion of England - IN MADRID: Givenchy, a sacred monster - IN MILANO: Segantini, from Milano to the Alps - Van Gogh, a man of the earth - IN MUNICH: Bellotto, a second Canaletto - IN PARIS: Sonia Delaunay, a woman of many talents - IN TOULOUSE: Benjamin-Constant, a perfect academic - IN VIENNA: Toulouse-Lautrec, 150 years later - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 13 December 2014 - PARIS - In Situ
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#367 - from 4 December 2014 to 10 December 2014
IN THE AIR: Blake, the visionary - EXHIBITIONS: Fairytales are for ever modern - Bon Boullogne, portrait of an unknown man - On the banks of the Nile - AUCTIONS: Spoon it up! - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Cruz-Diez, the pope of kinetics - BOOKS: Oulipo is for real - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 6 December 2014 - PARIS - Galerie Patricia Dorfmann
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#366 - from 27 November 2014 to 3 December 2014
IN THE AIR: Portrait of the artist in Koons - EXHIBITIONS: The profession of destroying - Feminine version of Cézanne - Visions of Doig - Fondation Maeght without borders - AUCTIONS: Three centuries of Switzerland - BOOKS: Street art without borders
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#365 - from 20 November 2014 to 26 November 2014
IN THE AIR: Letter from Liège: welcome to the swimming-pool - EXHIBITIONS: When Hitler sold degenerate art - Paris in the summer - The Salomon Islands, so far - AUCTIONS: Carrière’s passion - BOOKS: The world according to Spies - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 20 November 2014 - BRUSSELS - Galerie Dubois Friedland
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#364 - from 13 November 2014 to 19 November 2014
IN THE AIR: Photo special: is Paris the center of the world? - EXHIBITIONS: Vishniac, a work on memory - Boiffard, a strange surrealist - The Rijksmuseum unfaithful to the old masters - Steichen, the Vogue style - NOT TO BE MISSED DURING THE MOIS DE LA PHOTO: AUCTIONS: Man Ray is back - BOOKS: The Paris Match touch - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 15 November 2014 - PARIS - Galerie Praz-Delavallade -
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#364 - from 6 November 2014 to 12 November 2014
IN THE AIR: Velazquez, superstar of the 17th century - EXHIBITIONS: Pop made in Germany - The two lives of Jacqueline Delubac - The Guggenheim eye - AUCTIONS: Guaita, a taste for mystery - BOOKS: France without a face
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#362 - from 30 October 2014 to 5 November 2014
IN THE AIR: Letter from Warsaw: a Jewish memory - ALSO TO SEE IN POLAND: Wonders from Nubia - Boznanska, a Pole in Paris - EXHIBITIONS: FOCUS ON WORLD WAR I: Memories of Van Eyck - Feeling the war - WWI, one century later - The Italy that was - Venice on the watch - AUCTIONS: Art deco: the road to Buenos Aires - BOOKS: Portrait of the foreigner
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#361 - from 23 October 2014 to 29 October 2014
IN THE AIR: Picasso comes back to Paris - EXHIBITIONS: In memory of Casagemas - Portrait of Picasso as a T.V. viewer - Duncan’s eye - Picasso’s heirs - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: André Villers, a tribute to Picasso - BOOKS: Investigations into Picasso - Picasso behind the mirror
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#360 - from 16 October 2014 to 22 October 2014
IN THE AIR: Sade’s lesson - OBJECT OF THE WEEK: Sade, the last scroll - EXHIBITIONS: Rembrandt’s swan song - Dutch emotions - Morocco, the golden age - Images from the Great War - AUCTIONS: Steiner, madly in love - BOOKS: Emasculated painting
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#359 - from 9 October 2014 to 15 October 2014
IN THE AIR: Truffaut, a truly human artist - EXHIBITIONS: Saint Louis, return to a myth - Durand-Ruel, the N°1 impressionist - The fashion of tomorrow - AUCTIONS: Japan, the asobi - ARTISTS OF THE WEEK: My museum in a hat - BOOKS: In the eyes of Michel Serres - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 12 October 2014 - LUXEMBOURG - Casino Luxembourg -
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#358 - from 2 October 2014 to 8 October 2014
IN THE AIR: An endless mystery, the end of the Mayas - EXHIBITIONS: Light on Hagenbund - Moholy-Nagy, a pioneer - Tribute to Taylor - Another art form - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Erró or the horror vacui - AUCTIONS: Contemporary Africa - BOOKS: Durand-Ruel, the champion of the Impressionists - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 4 October 2014 - CHARLEROI - Musée des Beaux-Arts -
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#357 - from 25 September 2014 to 1 October 2014
IN THE AIR: Rubens, a monument - EXHIBITIONS: Did Duchamp kill painting? - Hokusai, the king of manga - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Gilles Clément, a certain idea of gardens - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 26 September 2014 - POITIERS - Le Confort moderne - BOOKS: Looking at Duchamp differently -
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#356 - from 18 September 2014 to 24 September 2014
IN THE AIR: Letter from Cape Town - EXHIBITIONS: The Ming, a dynasty that changed China - Only an impression? - The avant-garde in Russia - Miró, the other Spanish giant - Picasso, a modern artist among others - BOOKS: Clergue, a giant of photography - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 24 Septembre 2014 - PARIS - Centre culturel canadien -
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#355 - from 11 September 2014 to 17 September 2014
IN THE AIR: Paris shows off its strength - EXHIBITIONS: Perugino and Raffaello - The Borgia style - Bernard, Emile for his friends - Niki in a large format - FAIRS: A summit of antiquarians - BOOKS: Paris, the splendour of the fifties’ - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 12 September 2014 - PARIS - Centre culturel irlandais -
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#354 - from 10 July 2014 to 10 September 2014
Our next issue will appear on 11 September 2014. Have a wonderful Summer!: IN THE AIR: Summer with Tutankhamun - EXHIBITIONS: Pearlman’s Cézannes - The dream of William and Anna - Veronese home again - SUMMER READINGS: The Centre Pompidou is contemporary - Another side of the USA - Aiming for the Pacific - Morocco, year zero - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 12 July 2014 - PARIS - Palais Galliera -
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#353 - from 3 July 2014 to 9 July 2014
IN THE AIR: Long live the Tour of French museums! - EXHIBITIONS: Ruskin, from the pen to the paintbrush - Chagall, engraver - The call from the South - AUCTIONS: Summer collections - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Szczesny XXL - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 4 July 2014 - SÈTE - CENTRE RÉGIONAL D’ART CONTEMPORAIN - BOOKS: A different Warburg -
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#352 - from 26 June 2014 to 2 July 2014
IN THE AIR: The return of the girl with the pearl - EXHIBITIONS: Carpeaux, the Michelangelo of Napoleon III - Sails ahoy towards the Pacific - Long life to the Primitive artists - Finally Koons - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 27 June 2014 - LIMOGES - FRAC Limousin - AUCTIONS: The Kachinas are back - BOOKS: Soulages, older and forever new -
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#351 - from 19 June 2014 to 25 June 2014
IN THE AIR: Anything new on Renoir? - EXHIBITIONS: El Greco and his heirs - Calder outdoors - Gauls, who are you? - Rodin, a taste for the incomplete - AUCTIONS: Marseille is eclectic - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Aubertin red - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 21 June 2014 - TREIGNY - Château de Ratilly - BOOKS: Delvaux, the other Surrealist -
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#350 - from 12 June 2014 to 18 June 2014
IN THE AIR: La Patellière, pulled out from the 1920s - EXHIBITIONS: Shakespeare, a fashionista? - Sorolla at the beach - Willette, a Jack of all trades - The secrets of colour - AUCTIONS: After comic strips, will we auction cartoons? - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Hirschorn, a socially oriented mind - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 13 June 2014 - VICHY - Centre culturel Valéry Larbaud - BOOKS: World War I, a matter of artists -
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#349 - from 5 June 2014 to 11 June 2014
IN THE AIR: Pop art, a product that sells - EXHIBITIONS: Kati Horna, the Hungarian connection - Folk art - A coat of arms for the female sex - Swedish Ballets, a Stakhanovist avant-garde - VENICE BIENNALE: World architecture - ARTISTS OF THE WEEK: Our desires feed our appetites - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 5 June 2014 - BRUSSELS - LKFF Art & Sculpture Projects - BOOKS: Exceptional artisans -
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#348 - from 29 May 2014 to 4 June 2014
IN THE AIR: Soulages, a young 95-year old man - EXHIBITIONS: War and art - Ligozzi, a genius to rediscover - AUCTIONS: Russia’s hour - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Szafran, the genius of pastels - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 31 May 2014 - MARSEILLE - Galerie Gourvennec Ogor - BOOKS: Henri Langlois, the cinema lover -
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#347 - from 22 May 2014 to 28 May 2014
IN THE AIR: The Seurat curse - EXHIBITIONS: Once upon a time, China - The eye of Gisèle Freund - Carrier-Belleuse, sadly unknown - End of the century - AUCTIONS: The Tintin craze - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Michel Nedjar, at the heart of art brut - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 23 mai 2014 - NÎMES - Carré d’art - BOOKS: Orsay, a world of drawings -
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#346 - from 15 May 2014 to 21 May 2014
IN THE AIR: Richter, a master for the 21st century - EXHIBITIONS: Latest news from Iran - De Stäel in the nude - The Clark years - On the traces of Antonioni - AUCTIONS: Murders and murderers - ARTISTS OF THE WEEK: Ilya and Emilia Kabakov (re)invent utopia - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 17 May 2014 - GHENT - S.M.A.K. - BOOKS: A painter during the war -
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#345 - from 8 May 2014 to 14 May 2014
IN THE AIR: Raysse, French style Pop Art - EXHIBITIONS: The Degas-Cassatt connection - Become a Wurm sculpture - The Clark years - Charles V in Tunis - AUCTIONS: A selection of Oriental Antiquity - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: See, touch and feel with Ernesto Neto - BOOKS: Ceilings from the Great Century - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 10 May 2014 - PARIS - Galerie Maria Lund -
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#344 - from 1 May 2014 to 7 May 2014
IN THE AIR: Louvre, an Oriental connection - EXHIBITIONS: Tattoo me! - Whistler-on-Thames - Toulouse-Lautrec, a Hungarian star - Do have a wedding! - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Moscona, looking out for Argentine society - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 7 May 2014 - PARIS - Galerie Filles du Calvaire - AUCTIONS: Picasso in earth - BOOKS: Art and the courts -
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#343 - from 24 April 2014 to 30 April 2014
iN THE AIR: The garden of all sins - EXHIBITIONS: War and architecture - Lucio Fontana, beyond the slits - All of Tschumi - AUCTIONS: French style - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Vincent Fournier and untouchable species - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 27 April 2014 – Château de Chambord - BOOKS: The Braque mystery -
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#342 - from 17 April 2014 to 23 April 2014
IN THE AIR: How Matisse, when older, reinvented colour - EXHIBITIONS: My love, the troubadour - Mapplethorpe faces Rodin - The Palatine of Florence - Dix declares war to war - AUCTIONS: Russian passions - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Mirza sings le Corbusier - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 22 April 2014 - BRUSSELS - Galerie Rodolphe Janssen - BOOKS: Europe at carnival time -
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#341 - from 10 April 2014 to 16 April 2014
IN THE AIR: A return to the cathedrals - EXHIBITIONS: Alchemy is no longer what it used to be - Saving Bandinelli - Another shade of Gris - Long live Cleopatra - AUCTIONS: Thiollier, an unknown pioneer - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Meynard, fractal geometry - BOOKS: The great Italian tour - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 10 April 2014 - PARIS - Galerie In Camera -
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#340 - from 3 April 2014 to 9 April 2014
IN THE AIR: Orient Express, a lasting myth - EXHIBITIONS: Paris 1900, nostalgia for the Belle Epoque - All’italiana fashion - Sert, the architect of light - Le Sidaner, master of landscape - Munari, a genius jack-of-all-trades - AUCTIONS: The call of the Sioux - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: George Rousse, the architect of trompe-l’œil - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 5 April 2014 - LIEGE - Musée en plein air - BOOKS: Rose Valland: thanks to Hollywood… -
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#339 - from 27 March 2014 to 2 April 2014
IN THE AIR: Parr’s Paris - EXHIBITIONS: Kent, the master of Georgian architecture - The American Impressionist cousins - All of Mapplethorpe - Gérard, Josephine’s favourite - Abstraction, Dewasne style - AUCTIONS: Bottini, the Montmartre spirit - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Alex Katz, a Pop Art of his own - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 1 April 2014 - LILLE - Artconnexion - BOOKS: WWI heroes in stained glass
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#338 - from 20 March 2014 to 26 March 2014
IN THE AIR: Yoko Ono, Mrs. Lennon and so much more - EXHIBITIONS: Art in time of war - Veronese the magnificent - San Gennaro, the soul of Naples - Augustus, the center of the world - AUCTIONS: What Kikoïne liked - BOOKS: An outline of installations - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 22 March 2014 – PARIS – Galerie Jérôme Poggi -
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#337 - from 13 March 2014 to 19 March 2014
IN THE AIR: 77 years ago, degenerate art - EXHIBITIONS: El Greco would be 400 years old - Fêtes galantes, the spirit of the 18th century - A Swiss treasure - Clemenceau from the Far East - AUCTIONS: Paris, a world to itself - BOOKS: Pignon-Ernest, homeless - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 13 March 2014 - PARIS - Galerie Alain Blondel - ON ART-OF-THE-DAY.INFO: This week, do not miss… - HARRY HOLLAND BLINDFOLD -
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#336 - from 6 March 2014 to 12 March 2014
IN THE AIR: The Vikings, the return - EXHIBITIONS: Pontormo vs. Rosso - Antonin Artaud studies Van Gogh - Visiting Juba II - Two hundred years ago, a certain Josephine - Carl Larsson and a cosy side of Sweden - AUCTIONS: Marcilhac’s version of Art Deco - BOOKS: Emile Terry, literally - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 6 March 2014 - PARIS - Galerie Vieille du Temple -
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#335 - from 27 February 2014 to 5 March 2014
IN THE AIR: Paparazzi, a profession with a future - EXHIBITIONS: Nancy Cunard, a forgotten model - Nolde and the storms of the 20th century - Léger built his own world - Cima and friends - Long live the ruins! - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Bill Viola, video art at an adult age - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 28 February 2014 - SÈTE - Centre Régional d’Art Contemporain - BOOKS: Lipnitzki, one million images -
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#334 - from 20 February 2014 to 26 February 2014
IN THE AIR: Picasso in 3-D - EXHIBITIONS: Saving Gustave Doré - Picasso and his models - Baron Vitta, a forgotten aesthete - Matisse and the human figure - Faces of the XXth century - The great Futurist assembly - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Lida Abdul, the endless war - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 20 Febuary 2014 - LIMOGES - FRAC Limousin - BOOKS: ¡No pasarán! -
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#333 - from 13 February 2014 to 19 February 2014
IN THE AIR: Those Impressionists you have never seen - EXHIBITIONS: Fougeron, in line with the Party - OTHER EXHIBITIONS NOT TO BE MISSED: Hamilton, the king of Pop - El Lissitzky, the man-orchestra - Meret Oppenheim, a feminine version of Surrealism - AUCTIONS: The taste of the Prassinos - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Gego and the line - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 15 February 2014 - NICE - Espace à vendre - BOOKS: Poirier & Poirier -
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#332 - from 6 February 2014 to 12 February 2014
IN THE AIR: The case of the obelisk - EXHIBITIONS: Cartier-Bresson, the eye of the century - OTHER EXHIBITIONS NOT TO BE MISSED: Ensor and masquerades - Vincent - the other one - is back - Rome 1600 - AUCTIONS: Maurice Denis from the Thomas’ collection - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Pernot’s wanderings - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 7 February 2014 - PARIS - Galerie vivoequidem - BOOKS: Pewter memories -
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#331 - from 30 January 2014 to 5 February 2014
IN THE AIR: Zurbarán, a Spanish master - EXHIBITIONS: Liberty, another version - OTHER EXHIBITIONS NOT TO BE MISSED: Redon, symbol and colour - At the origins of the mine - Cézanne, in and out - Fini, from beginning to end - AUCTIONS: The Krugier sale - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Jeremy Hutchison, the deconstructed image - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 30 January 2014 – LYON – Galerie Anne-Marie et Roland Pallade - BOOKS: The Cartier spirit - ON ART-OF-THE-DAY.INFO: ESPRIT MONTMARTRE BOHEMIAN LIFE IN PARIS AROUND 1900 - This week, do not miss -
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#330 - from 23 January 2014 to 29 January 2014
30 EXHIBITIONS IN EUROPE (2nd PART: SOUTHERN EUROPE): ITALY: Liberty - El Lissitzky - Matisse, the art of illustration - Un Cinquecento inquieto - Pontormo and Rosso - SPAIN: Las Furias, from Tiziano to Ribera - Cézanne - El Greco - SWITZERLAND: Russian avant-garde and sports - Odilon Redon - From Matisse to the Blaue Reiter - Intriguing masks: Ensor - Play objects. The Art of Possibilities - The beauty of the body in Ancient Greece - TURKEY: Neighbours - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 25 January 2014 - LUXEMBOURG - Casino Luxembourg -
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#329 - from 16 January 2014 to 22 January 2014
30 EXHIBITIONS IN EUROPE (1st PART:NORTHERN EUROPE): AUSTRIA: Vienna-Berlin - Fabergé - BELGIUM: Zurbarán - Ravaged - DENMARK: Hilma af Klint - GERMANY: Emil Nolde - Rembrandt Bugatti - GREAT BRITAIN: Hanna Höch - Joseph Wright of Derby - Richard Hamilton - Ruin Lust - Vikings - Veronese - THE NETHERLANDS: World War II through 100 objects - The Silk Road - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 16 Janvuary 2014 - BRUSSELS - Aeroplastics Contemporary -
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#328 - from 9 January 2014 to 15 January 2014
IN THE AIR: Our choice to keep you warm this winter... - 15 EXHIBITIONS IN FRANCE: The trip of the obelisk - Henri Cartier-Bresson - Impressionists , privately - Meret Oppenheim - Joseph Vitta, the passion of collecting - André Fougeron - Gustave Doré, the imagination has the power - Paparazzi - Nancy Cunard - Bill Viola - Carl Larsson, Swedish images - Volubilis - Joséphine - Fêtes galantes, from Watteau to Fragonard - Robert Mapplethorpe - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 10 January 2014 - PARIS - Plateforme -
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