Tatiana Trouvé, the art of restlessness

Tatiana Trouvé, the art of restlessness

Dreamlike images float in Room 3 of the Center Pompidou. On nebulous backgrounds, large neat drawings, in black pencil and watercolor, mix fragments of architecture and nature, like this large uprooted tree that lies in a room. Positive and negative visions are superimposed as in photographic flashes. Some bear the beautiful name of forgotten. Others … Read more

Klimt lights up La Fabrique des Lumières, Amsterdam’s new digital art center

Klimt lights up La Fabrique des Lumières, Amsterdam's new digital art center

The Westergasfabriek, a former gas factory and a jewel of Dutch Neo-Renaissance architecture, begins its exhibition program with “Gustav Klimt, gold and colors”. Overwhelming. Lovers of Amsterdam, rejoice: the multi-museum city of culture, Dutch Venice, has one more: the Fabrique des Lumières, a brand-new creation of Culturespaces. With its 1,350 m2 of exhibition space, this … Read more

At the Venice Art Biennale, pavilions open to diversity

At the Venice Art Biennale, pavilions open to diversity

A couple of queer artists occupying the Austrian pavilion, a community that claims to be a “third gender”, the Fa’afafine in the Samoa Islands under the spotlights of the New Zealand pavilion: the explosion of sexual identities has exploded like never before in this 59th edition of the Venice Biennale. While the curator of the … Read more

France Télévisions and the BBC invite the French to vote for their favorite book

France Télévisions and the BBC invite the French to vote for their favorite book

French people aged seven and up are called, until May 18, to indicate their three favorite books as part of a vast operation navigating the renewed interest in reading observed during the first confinement of 2020. Asterix the Gaul, The stranger Where The little Prince ? France Télévisions and the BBC invite the French to … Read more