What was billed as the first street culture sale just took place in Paris, and it brought in a whole new crowd.
Category Archives: Paris (France)
During the major strikes and student uprisings in France that year, the École des Beaux-Arts turned itself into a workshop for revolutionary messages.
“Left Bank: Art, Passion, and the Rebirth of Paris, 1940-50” is Agnès Poirier’s impressionistic history of the rebirth of postwar French culture.
Willy Ronis captured the French capital and its people with warmth, humanity and compassion, as can be seen in a new retrospective in Paris.
In “Picasso and the Painting That Shocked the World,” Miles J. Unger follows the painter’s early career, culminating in “Les Demoiselles d’Avignon.”
The proceeds from the sale of donated art at Street for Kids benefit the Musée en Herbe, which serves people typically excluded from the art world.
Sylvio Perlstein’s accumulations of avant-garde art from the past 50 years comes to Hauser & Wirth this month.
Collectors are spoiled for choice during the week of the Salon du Dessin fair in Paris, where many pieces can be had for less than €5,000.
The Musée des Arts Décoratifs, founded in 1864, rebranded itself in January to spotlight its diverse collection and its “three kingdoms” of Mode, Arts and Design.
A retrospective, “Margiela/Galliera 1989-2009,” is on display at the city of Paris’s fashion museum until July.