• A quick look on… Andy Warhol

    Andy Warhol     Popularly radical and radically popular, Warhol was an artist who reimagined what art could be in an immense social, political and technological change. He is mostly known as a pop artist but he put all of his desires and fears to create art, despite of all his insecurities he tries to be …

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    one day, one piece of art: Gerhard Richter

    Another German master is Gerhard Richter. In this series of works, he was trying to « practice photography by other means ». He uses his brush to blur his works so that everything seems equally important and equally unimportant. The meticulous multi-step process behind these photo-paintings is absolutely fascinating.             …

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  • David Hockney ‘s letter

    David Hockney is an English painter.  He writes to Ruth Mackenzie, artistic director of the Châtelet, he sketches the pillars of a philosophy based on nature, love and comfort. This text is accompanied by an unpublished work by David Hockney.  Somewhere in Normandy, April 15, 2020… Dear Ruth, We are currently in Normandy, where we …

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  • one day, one piece of art: Gunther Forg

    Today, Géraldine invites you to discover the artist Gunther Fog. “Gunther Forg’s work has always been a great source of inspiration. His most important expressive medium was painting. I like the way he plays with the surface, color density and weight. He has been exploring the legacy of the modernist aesthetics in postmodern age. I …

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  • Ettore Sottsass

    1- Biography If you hear the name of Ettore Sottsass you immediately associate it with Memphis, don’t you? but the true force of Sottsass is way bigger than any single movement or one design field. Sottsass was born in 1917 in Innsbruck, Austria. In 1929 his family moved to Turin, Italy. In 1939 he graduated …

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