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Jacques Mahé de la Villeglé urban tears and lacerations

by Alain Chivilò © Alain Chivilò The news is now official. Rest in peace Jacques Mahé de la Villeglé. The French Master died on Monday 6 June 2022, in Paris,…

Tatiana Trouvé in Disorientation

di Alain Chivilò © Alain Chivilò Checking the definition of disorientation it’s possible to underline how a feeling of not being able to, or a feeling of being confused led…

Paul Cezanne in Britain

After 25 years in UK it’ll be possible to display an impressive exhibition dedicated to one of the most important painter of Impressionism artistic movement. From early painting through to…

Giorgio Griffa The Essential

di Alain Chivilò © Alain Chivilò Starting with the thought of the conceptual and minimalist artist Robert Ryman (1930 – 2019) to write reference to the French solo exhibition dedicated…

Georgia O’Keeffe Française

Paris, Centre Pompidou and France, in addition to hosting Christo’s posthumous l’Arc de Triomphe Wrapped, dedicate one of the most important retrospectives to the American artist Georgia O’Keeffe. Circa one…

The legacy of Christo and Jeanne-Claude

Since 1961 a project for Paris. After a year of postponement due pandemic and the subsequent death of Christo, finally “L’Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped” is ready. From Saturday, September 18…

Centre Pompidou between 2021 2022

Just a look at The Centre Pompidou, Paris, between 2021 and 2022. Undoubtedly three stunning and interesting art exhibitions. Georgia O’Keeffe8 September – 6 December 2021Galerie 2, level 6 The…

Christian Boltanski Life is to live

“They are like ghosts. I believe a lot in spirits”. In this statement Christian Boltanski (Paris, 6/9/1944 – 14/7/2021) underlined his aim on Art. Conceptual, philosophical, direct and effective, reflective,…

Sotheby’s British June 2021

Sotheby’s presents British Art Evening Sale: Modern/Contemporary, London, 29 June 2021, H. 2.00 pm. Four artworks selected for you among the interesting on sale. Sir Winston Spencer Churchill (1874 –…