The war between Israel and Hamas comes to the Venice Biennale

The organizers of the demonstration rejected the call to boycott the Israeli Pavilion during this 60th edition which will open to the public on April 20 on the Lagoon. Behind…

In London, the Royal Academy reunites with Angelica Kauffman, its muse

Self-portrait with bust of Minerva, by Angelica Kauffman, circa 1780-1781. Graubünden Museum of Fine Arts, on deposit from the Gottfried Keller Foundation, Federal Office of Culture, Bern REVIEW – Burlington…

The Louvre welcomes rare oriental antiques from the New York Met

By Le Figaro with AFP Published 8 minutes ago, Update just now “The exhibition travels from Iran to Mesopotamia and presents the works of the Louvre in a different way,…

Hervé Di Rosa or the world tour of modest arts

Evolution, 1998-1999 Around the world, 8th stage, Durban, South Africa. With the help of the basket weavers from the Siyanda squatter camp. Braided telephone cables. © Adagp, Paris Photo ©…

our selection of 10 events not to be missed

For the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris, the Louvre Museum is offering the public the opportunity to discover the history of the first modern Olympic Games (1896-1904). 414788110/Torval Mork –…

The Labors of Hercules by Dominique Hervieu

DECRYPTION – Cultural director of the Olympic Games, the dancer has granted the label to more than 2000 events. Turn on the wing. From the arabesque, Dominique Hervieu has moved…

at the BnF Richelieu, the great book hunt during the Renaissance era

Portrait of PlatoJust of Ghent and Pedro Berruguete, around 1472-1478. Mathieu Rabeau / RMN-GP/RMN-GP photo agency/Paris, Louvre museum CRITICISM – The institution delves into the origins of humanist culture, in…

At the Pico Museum, the treasures of Léonce Rosenberg’s apartment

CRITICISM – Collecting does not ennoble you. There are, however, some whose evil borders on the practice of art. This is what Léonce Rosenberg’s whim demonstrates in the 1920s, now…

Death of Dmitry Markov, 41-year-old Russian photographer who embodied freedom

This extraordinary artist, humanist committed to child protection, painted a raw portrait of his country in the depths of its provinces, notably on Instagram where he had 879,000 subscribers. He…

Giovanni Anselmo or the revelation of Stromboli

Installation Particolare (1972-1974). Collection of the artist, Turin/© Giovanni Anselmo/Foto: © Paolo Mussat Sartor REPORT – The Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao presents a retrospective of this figure of Arte Povera,…

To preserve its shine, restorers take great care with Michelangelo’s David

By Le Figaro with AFP Published 1 minute ago, Update just now ” data-script=”https://static.lefigaro.fr/widget-video/short-ttl/video/index.js” > Every two months, the Italian artist’s monumental sculpture is dusted off in the Galleria dell’Accademia…

Anna Boch, a forgotten impressionist arrives in Pont-Aven

Picking (1890), by Anna Boch. Private collection/© Vincent Everarts The Breton museum resurrects this Belgian painter, who was above all an informed collector of Van Gogh, Gauguin, the Nabis and…

the Lebrun brothers guide the Blues to the round of 16 at the World Team Championships

Frenchman Félix Lebrun, at the World Team Championships in Busan, February 16, 2024. KIM HONG-JI / REUTERS Led by the Lebrun brothers, the French men’s table tennis team is guaranteed…

Frans Hals, intoxication and the authority of painting

The Lute Player (around 1623). Rijksmuseum/Kelly Schenk REVIEW – After Rembrandt and Vermeer, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam pays homage to the master portrait painter from Haarlem, king of well-watered banquets…

Simon Baker, proud of the new lease of life at the European House of Photography

INTERVIEW – Director of the Parisian institution, this British traveler and lover of Asia has brought, for five years, a very international and youthful vision to this place beloved of…