Time's Journey Through a Room

The power of the infinitely small

In Time’s Journey Through a Room, Toshiki Okada favors the five senses over words. The infinitely small is infinitely powerful when it’s well orchestrated.

Georg Baselitz, Zero Mobil, Patinated copper, 2014

Gagosian Gallery New York welcomes Georg Baselitz

Gagosian Gallery in New York has the good idea to exhibit, until October 29, 2016 the latest work of contemporary art master Georg Baselitz.

René Magritte, illustration Araso

Magritte, imagination and the construction of images

What would Magritte do nowadays? Now that images proliferate, a reflection of our egos? The issue now tackled at Pompidou in Paris showing a 100 pieces.

Mame Yamada in Avidya – The Dark Inn, Maison de la Culture du Japon à Paris, Festival d'Automne September 2016, Illustration by Araso

Avidya – the Dark Inn, japanese theater hung between laughter and nostalgia

Japanese theater both farcical and disturbing. A seemingly endless series of moving tableaux, which conveys a fleeting, delicate feeling of nostalgia.

Manufacture de Sèvres - Illustration Araso

EHD 2016: The French national ceramic manufacture in Sèvres, a living manifesto

Come behind the scenes of Sèvres near Paris, where craftsmanship meets contemporary art in a haven of peace, creativity and harmony. #EHD2016

James Rosenquist: Pop Art master in Paris

James Rosenquist in Thaddaeus Ropac is the “must see” art event of the week. With monumental works, the Pop Art master explores social and political issues.

Noémie Gantier is Liz Norton in 2666, by Julien Gosselin at Odeon in Paris

Our take from 2666, the 12-hour play by Julien Gosselin

An obscure writer disappears somewhere in Mexico where women are savagely assassinated: this is 2666, a novel by Bolaño that Julien Gosselin (Les Particules Elémentaires, 2013) has turned into a 12h-long theatre play.

Overture (photogramme), 2015 Installation. Rideau décoloré et projection vidéo, 46 min, 2015

Ricard Foundation’s 18th prize for contemporary art

As part of its philanthropic activities towards young French contemporary artists, the Ricard Foundation is about to announce the winner of its 18th prize.

Boogie Woogie Toast Show, Présence Panchounette at Galerie Semiose in Paris

Présence Panchounette at Galerie Sémiose

Paris has launched its cultural season and there are very good surprises such as Présence Panchounette honored at Galerie Sémiose.