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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.
 

#454 - from 22 December 2016 to 11 January 2017
IN THE AIR: Books under the Christmas tree - DISCOVERIES: Surrealism on the Nile - MODERN ART: Home, at Shchukin’s - DRAWING: Zadkine, war pencils - GRAPHIC ARTS: Vienna 1900, long live prints! - BOTANICS: Travels around plants - ART NOUVEAU: Liberty, an Italian idea -
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#453 - from 15 December 2016 to 21 December 2016
IN THE AIR: Lascaux, 21st century version - EXHIBITIONS: Prini, under the sign of Rodin - To translate well, for the love of languages - THESE EXHIBITIONS ALSO OPEN THIS WEEK: Industrialist landscapes - Eternal sites - Bombs at the museum - Landscapes by Tina Blau - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Gillaume Pinard, a drawing right away - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 17 December 2016 - SENS - Orangerie - BOOKS: Lascaux, a lasting mystery -
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#452 - from 8 December 2016 to 14 December 2016
IN THE AIR: Australia, Impressionism on the other side of the world - EXHIBITIONS: French suburbs, a passionate subject - THESE EXHIBITIONS ALSO OPEN THIS WEEK: Odile Redon’s landscapes - Hartung and the lyrical artists - Russian revolutionary art - Manzu’s spirituality - AUCTIONS: Memories of prehistoric times - BOOKS: Sweet school days of the past
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#451 - from 1 December 2016 to 7 December 2016
IN THE AIR: Artemisia, the Frida Kahlo of the XVIIth century - EXHIBITIONS: Twombly, in praise of scribbling - THESE EXHIBITIONS ALSO OPEN THIS WEEK: Morellet and his friends - Mirrors - Matisse, the internal laboratory - Maestro Mateo - Presumed guilty - Parties and entertainment at Versailles - AUCTIONS: They sculpt rhinoceros, don’t they? - BOOKS: Focus on Michelangelo
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#450 - from 24 November 2016 to 30 November 2016
IN THE AIR: The revolver that almost killed Rimbaud - EXHIBITIONS: Ribera, a drawing virtuoso - Mauri, an avant-garde artist - Austrian specificities - AUCTIONS: Care for another piece of the Tuileries? - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Maurizio Cattelan, the return - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 24 November 2016 - PARIS - Galerie Nathalie Seroussi - BOOKS: Le Toumelin, pictoral illuminations
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#449 - from 17 November 2016 to 23 November 2016
IN THE AIR: This is how civilisations die - EXHIBITIONS: Alechinsky hosted by Matisse - Picasso and Romanesque art - Klee and his Surrealist friends - Ligabue, a tragic primitive artist - Tancredi, another dripping - BOOKS: History in a painting - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 17 November 2016 - PARIS - Galerie Derouillon
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#448 - from 10 November 2016 to 16 November 2016
IN THE AIR: Where is the USA heading? - Relaunch fossil energy: Develop the right to bear arms: Implement a policy of incarceration: Put more distance between the US and Mexico: Start a wrestling match with China: Suspend all immigration from risk zones: Beat Islamic extremists: OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 10 November 2016 - BRUSSELS - Mathilde Hatzenberger - ON ART-OF-THE-DAY.INFO: This week, do not miss… - GIACOMETTI–NAUMAN -
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#447 - from 3 November 2016 to 9 November 2016
IN THE AIR: When Italy was the capital of Art Nouveau - EXHIBITIONS: Alma-Tadema, the warm wind of Antiquity - THE ABC OF NEW EXHIBITIONS: Alechinsky, at Matisse’s - Boccioni (a centennial) - Friant, a naturalist - Mesopotamia, our origins - Sorolla, a lover of the land - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: The unbearable lightness of Tino Sehgal - BOOKS: Gilles & Pierre - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 8 November 2016 - BRUSSELS - CAB
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#446 - from 27 October 2016 to 2 November 2016
IN THE AIR: From Russia with love, the weight of the Matisse - THE ABC OF THE NEW EXHIBITIONS: BALLA (Futurist artist) - BESNARD (an academic artist) - BOURDELLE (clearly monumental) - COFFEE (through the ages) - GIACOMETTi (through his plasters) - KANDINSKY (as a Parisian) - MEROVINGIANS (not all were lazy) - PEETERS (a forgotten artist) - PICASSO (the artist as a sculptor) - YANTCHEVSKY (and nocturnal Paris) - BOOKS: Condé, a rival to the Sun King - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 27 October 2016 - PARIS - Galerie Akié Arichi -
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#445 - from 20 October 2016 to 26 October 2016
IN THE AIR: Unpopular Buffet is back - EXHIBITIONS: Rodin’s visions of Hell - 10 EVENTS NOT TO BE MISSED: AVEDON - BAUHAUS - CHTCHOUKINE - FAUVISTS - FIAC - ISLAM - JADE - OCEAN SIDE - RENOIR - UTOPIA - BOOKS: Delvoye the dynamiter - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 20 October 2016 - PARIS - Galerie Eva Meyer -
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#444 - from 13 October 2016 to 19 October 2016
LETTER FROM AMSTERDAM: Brazilian wonders hidden in a box - EXHIBITIONS: Fra Bartolommeo, a man of the high Renaissance - Hercules Segers, a 150% retrospective - Van de Velde, high on landscapes - Animals in painting - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Claudy Jongstra, an artist in weaving - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 14 October 2016 - CHÂLON-SUR-SAÔNE - Musée Nicéphore Niépce - BOOKS: Did Van Gogh commit suicide?
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#443 - from 6 October 2016 to 12 October 2016
IN THE AIR: Picasso and friends - EXHIBITIONS: Picasso versus Giacometti - When Cubism met war - The Picasso ephemeris - Hergé, a life behind Tintin - BOOKS: Robillard, his weakness for weapons - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 8 October 2016 - NANCAY - Galerie Capazza
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#442 - from 29 September 2016 to 5 October 2016
IN THE AIR: The Second Empire strikes back - EXHIBITIONS: Free and Wilde - ELSEWHERE IN EUROPE: Pollock, prior to drippings - Francis Bacon, Viva España! - What is the avant-garde? - The saga of Abstract Expressionism - BOOKS: Templon, half a century - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 29 SEPTEMBER 2016 - BORDEAUX - FRAC AQUITAINE
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#441 - from 22 September 2016 to 28 September 2016
IN THE AIR: Magritte, the power of the image - EXHIBITIONS: Ariosto, a maker of dreams - Baudelaire as an art amateur - A passion for Félicien Rops - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Arno Gisinger in the folds of history - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 23 September 2016 - LUXEMBOURG - Casino Luxembourg - BOOKS: A taste for ruins
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#440 - from 15 September 2016 to 21 September 2016
IN THE AIR: To do or not to do... a revolution? - EXHIBITIONS: The Sixties calling: long live freedom! - Provoke, to revolt, the Japanese way - Find refuge in dreams - OTHER EXHIBITIONS THAT OPEN: Along the Rhine - BOOKS: The Beat Generation, or the need to get away from it all
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#439 - from 8 September 2016 to 14 September 2016
IN THE AIR: Kandinsky and Marc, the men who loved colours - 8 September: Roger Tallon, Mr. TGV - 9 September: Louis Faurer, the eye of Philadelphia - 10 September: Torriani, the engineer of Charles V - 11 September: Venini, a life for glass - 14 September: Fantin-Latour, the inventor of group portraits
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#438 - from 7 July 2016 to 7 September 2016
IN THE AIR: Van Gogh, in praise of madness - 10 EXHIBITIONS ACROSS EUROPE: Van de Velde, the forgotten Dutchman - Abbott, a polymorphic photographer - Saving Besnard - Sorolla, a triumph in Paris - Hockney, drunk with colour - The ultimate Picasso - Isgrò the iconoclast - Bacon, a Monegasque by adoption - Animal voices - Martin is back - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 7 July 2016 - ROCHECHOUART - Musée d’art contemporain - Our next issue will appear on 8 September 2016. Have a nice summer!:
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#437 - from 30 June 2016 to 6 July 2016
IN THE AIR: Bazille, an impressionist who died too young - EXHIBITIONS: Tanguy-Ernst, the dual - AS WELL AS...: Spain’s Golden Age - The heroes of Baselitz - Von Stuck and Vienna - PHOTOGRAPHY: Arles, the 47th edition - BOOKS: Sickert, the secrets of the Belle Epoque - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 5 July 2016 - ARLES - Carré d’art
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#436 - from 23 June 2016 to 29 June 2016
IN THE AIR: What about Africa? - EXHIBITIONS: Catherine the greatest - Painters and collectors - AS WELL AS: The Quai Branly museum adopts Chirac - The beat generation - Jewish Venice - HERITAGE: France sells Descartes - BOOKS: Monet the collector - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 25 June 2016 - FRAC Pays de la Loire - Carquefou -
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#435 - from 16 June 2016 to 22 June 2016
IN THE AIR: When the Tate Modern gains some perspective - EXHIBITIONS: Stettner, the last humanist - Morales, a mystic - The pioneers of cartoon strips - The medium who invented abstraction - Rome, the Romantic icon - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Olafur Eliasson plays castles and Louis XIV - THE CORNER OF THE BOUQUINISTE: When churches were wealthy
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#434 - from 9 June 2016 to 15 June 2016
IN THE AIR: Picabia, a genius or a mystificator? - EXHIBITIONS: The short season of Soja Sekula - Sudek, the man with the silver arm - These exhibitions also open this week: Camoin, the unknown Fauvist artist - An anthology of Arte Povera - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Christo, two birds with one stone - BOOKS: Hartung, a legionnaire - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 10 June 2016 - ANGERS - Musée des Beaux-Arts
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#433 - from 2 June 2016 to 8 June 2016
IN THE AIR: Bosch, king of the Prado - EXHIBITIONS: Le Brun, the champion of cardboard - Art in the time of Franco - Torres-Garcia, a geometry virtuoso - FESTIVAL: Photo España, where is Europe heading to? - BOOKS: Carlos Saura, the difficult 50s
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#432 - from 26 May 2016 to 1 June 2016
IN THE AIR: Architecture faces world challenges - EXHIBITIONS: Scamozzi, an architect and an intellectual - Special looks and glances with Manet - Joan of Arc at the panorama - AUCTIONS: Boreal design - BOOKS: Velazquez, the mystery of the nude - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 28 May 2016 - GHENT - S.M.A.K.
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#431 - from 19 May 2016 to 25 May 2016
IN THE AIR: A new perspective on Le Brun - EXHIBITIONS: Selvatico, the Venitian 1900 jet set - Gleyre, a Romantic - Pückler-Muskau, a Romanesque landscaper - MUSEUMS: Henner, long live the III Republic - BOOKS: A tribute to Honoré - A 10 km-long sentence - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 21 May 2016 - PARIS - Galerie Anne-Sophie Bénichou
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#430 - from 12 May 2016 to 18 May 2016
IN THE AIR: Frankenstein is back in Switzerland - EXHIBITIONS: Genet unsubordinated - Guyotat the rebel - Hugo & Co. - MUSEUMS: Art power - AUCTIONS: At home with Audiard - A scent of Champollion - BOOKS: World libraries - When Guillaume (Apollinaire) spoke to (Paul) Guillaume
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#429 - from 5 May 2016 to 11 May 2016
IN THE AIR: Gardens galore - EXHIBITIONS (ABOUT GARDENS): The Far East, fountains and birds chirpings - The world in a garden - Burle Marx, a tropical landscape artist - OTHER EXHIBITIONS: Turner, a master of color - Between paintings and silver salts - Lurçat, a giant in tapestry - BOOKS: Lenoir, monuments men
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#428 - from 28 April 2016 to 4 May 2016
IN THE AIR: What we know about the Tower of Babel - EXHIBITIONS: Return to Pergamon - Picasso and folk art - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Sawada, a look behind the looking glass - BOOKS: Travels for ever
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#427 - from 21 April 2016 to 27 April 2016
IN THE AIR: 10 years and growing stronger - EXHIBITIONS: When Paris was at the centre of the world - Souza-Cardoso, a Portuguese fleeing star - Sicily, unlimited wealth - Mucha on the Tiber - AUCTIONS: Geography of days gone by - BOOKS: Moinard, the spirit of the venue - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 21 April 2016 - PARIS - Galerie Polad-Hardouin
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#426 - from 14 April 2016 to 20 April 2016
IN THE AIR: Major Impressionist gathering - EXHIBITIONS: Jean Puy, a Fauve artist rediscovered - The tragic destiny of Modersohn-Becker - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Villeglé at 90 - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 14 April 2016 - PARIS - Galerie Couteron - BOOKS: A lament for Cali
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#425 - from 7 April 2016 to 13 April 2016
IN THE AIR: Klee, a painter with a sense of humor - EXHIBITIONS: Bauhaus, past and present - Léger enlarged - Apollinaire the art critic - ARTISTS OF THE WEEK: Allora and Calzadilla, in the thick of time - BOOKS: Small virtues - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 9 April 2016 - PARIS - Galerie Christophe Gaillard
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#424 - from 31 March 2016 to 6 April 2016
IN THE AIR: Rousseau, no customs agent - EXHIBITIONS: Hopper, a strange reality - Caillebotte and his green thumb - Save our memory - Impressionism, the British connection? - AUCTIONS: Boutet de Monvel, obsolete elegance - BOOKS: In praise of the line - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 5 April 2016 - PARIS - Bibliothèque polonaise
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#423 - from 24 March 2016 to 30 March 2016
IN THE AIR: Braïtou-Sala, the tragedy of a portrait painter - EXHIBITIONS: Desvallières, the call of faith - Marquet, a taste for ports - AND IN ITALY...: Boccioni, 100 years - A scoop on Severini - Macchiaioli, an ode to stains - MUSEUMS: Pont-Aven is enlarged - BOOKS: Alexandre Séon, reflections of a golden age - Desvallières XXL
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#422 - from 17 March 2016 to 23 March 2016
IN THE AIR: Travelling museums - EXHIBITIONS: A Tuscan stop over for the Guggenheims - From Nantes to Evian, fatal beauties - From Moscow to London, figures of Russian art - From Budapest to Paris, the Magyar spirit - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Albert Woda, the colour of the landscape - BOOKS: Art and the duck - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 18 March 2016 - COLLIOURE - Galerie Odile Oms
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#421 - from 10 March 2016 to 16 March 2016
IN THE AIR: Picasso, a great sculptor - EXHIBITIONS: Hubert Robert, beyond ruins - Hoppenot, the ambassadress’ photos - AND MUCH MORE: Scandalous Brus - The demon of geography - Celtic heritage - The return of Giorgione - Ode to childhood - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Jannis Kounellis, art that is not so povera - BOOKS: The Louvre faces history - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 12 March 2016 - PARIS - Les Douches
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#420 - from 3 March 2016 to 9 March 2016
IN THE AIR: Welcome to the Botticelli club - EXHIBITIONS: Hilma af Klint, a universe of symbols - The Wyeths, an American dynasty - A taste for cultural shocks - AND ALSO: Death on the Nile - Dubuffet and his collection - Sorolla, a light from Spain - AUCTIONS: One Napoleon or the other - BOOKS: Prost, lessons from an architect
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#419 - from 25 February 2016 to 2 March 2016
IN THE AIR: Georges de la Tour crosses the Pyrenees - EXHIBITIONS: Never enough Maniera - Modigliani, a tribute to Dutilleul - Van Doesburg in all fields - Miró against the wall - Toorop, Art Nouveau and beyond - Delacroix, the founding father - The mysteries of Cournault - Hausmann, from Vienna to Limoges - Balthus, unique in his genre - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Antonio López, the anatomy of daily life - BOOKS: Photography at the Beaux-Arts, a rediscovery
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#418 - from 18 February 2016 to 24 February 2016
IN THE AIR: Bosch, the exhibit of the year - MUSEUMS: An attempt to render the hell of Verdun - EXHIBITIONS: Investigation on Piero - ELSEWHERE IN EUROPE: Modern Bacchantes - The Vivarini, a family affair - Painted intimacies - Eckersberg revisited - A pre-Raphaelite armada - Bruegel in grey - Italian avant-guards - Spanish sound - Magic from Ecuador - BOOKS: C215, a master of stencils
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#417 - from 11 February 2016 to 17 February 2016
IN THE AIR: Dada, a solution against the ills of the world - EXHIBITIONS: Symbolism, the reflection of a time gone by - The hidden face of museums - The painter and the animals - BOOKS: Look for the shadow - The art of food - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 12 février 2016 - PARIS - Galerie art concept
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#416 - from 4 February 2016 to 10 February 2016
SPECIAL / BOOKS: Yourcenar and Hadrian’s ghost - HISTORY: Göring, the master looter - XIXth CENTURY: Seven decades of Hayez - SPIRITUALITY: Seductive ecstasies - PHOTOGRAPHY: McCurry, a certain idea of India - AS WELL AS: Strolling through the Louvre - Who’s who in painting - Today’s art - The beauty of industry - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 4 Fébruary 2016 - LES LILAS - Khiasma -
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#415 - from 28 January 2016 to 3 February 2016
IN THE AIR: Painters in the garden - EXHIBITIONS: Moreau-Rouault, reflexions in a mirror - Huge Dubuffet - Bischof’s world - A life after the Shoah - A Chinese Heimat - BOOKS: Memories of the house of the dead
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#414 - from 21 January 2016 to 27 January 2016
IN THE AIR: Algeria, Algeria - EXHIBITIONS: Reflections of pre-historic times - Ulay, fifty years of polaroid - Pippal the Viennese - The parallel universes of Taulé - BOOKS: Spreck’s Arch
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#413 - from 14 January 2016 to 20 January 2016
IN THE AIR: Ugo Mulas, a James Dean of photography - EXHIBITIONS: Aguéli, a Swede towards the Middle East - Remembering Appel - BOOKS: Stämpfli, the battle of the tire - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 16 January 2016 - ANNEMASSE - Villa du Parc
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#412 - from 7 January 2016 to 13 January 2016
10 EXHIBITIONS IN 10 COUNTRIES: Welcome to 2016 - AMSTERDAM: Where is Vermeer’s little street? - BERLIN: Beckmann and the big city - BRUSSELS: Anatolia, my heart bleeds for you - LONDON: Liotard, a Swiss Ottoman - LUXEMBOURG: De Boissieu, a genius etcher - MADRID: Chili as seen by Paz Errázuriz - MOSCOW: Serov, a Russian soul - ROME: Tissot, scenes of bourgeois lifestyle - STOCKHOLM: History of monochrome - VIENNA: The keys of Romanticism - OPENINGS OF THE WEEK: 12 January 2016 - LA ROCHELLE - Carré Amelot -
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