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Art Basel shakes Paris

With the quality seal of the Swiss franchise, the neophyte Paris+ took the place of the traditional FIAC, reinforced the pulsating art scene of the French capital, scared rival Frieze, from London, and promoted diversification in the selection of galleries
Argentine artist Leon Ferrari. Photo: Disclosure

Leon Ferrari has an open retrospective in Paris

Itinerant exhibition "La Bonadosa Crueldad" arrives at the Pompidou Center and marks the first time that the Argentine artist's work has been shown in France
Installation of Urs Fischer in the Paris Bourse de Commerce roundabout

Paris: restoration and culture of memory

At a time of relative respite from the pandemic that has been plaguing us for almost two years, Paris took the opportunity to present some of its novelties with contemporary jewelry.
Lyz Parayzo, "Flag #2". Despite you, tomorrow will be another day.

Anthem against dictatorship inspires Brazilian exhibition in Paris

"Despite you, tomorrow will be another day" brings together around twenty national artists who are based in France; exhibition features critical works by Julio Villani that were mounted in May at the embassy and resonated in Brazil

From New York to Paris

Artist participated in a residence in New York at AnnexB, and will have works exhibited at the Fondation Cartier in Paris later this year

From New York to Paris

Santídio Pereira participated in a residency in New York, at AnnexB, and will have works exhibited at the Fondation Cartier, in Paris, later this year

Erika Verzutti presents a solo show at the Center Pompidou, in Paris

Brazilian artist exhibits her sculptures inspired by forms of nature in one of the most emblematic museums of modern and contemporary art in the world

The AI-5 and the Paris Pre-Biennale

Hours before the opening of the exhibition of the artists selected for the 1969 Paris Biennale, military personnel arrived at the Museum of Modern Art in...
Amácio Mazzaropi in "Jeca Tatu" (1959)

From Jeca Tatu to Nhô Nito

With the exception of Manoel Querino (1851-1923), intellectuals who wrote about the visual arts during the First Republic started from the following assumption: in Brazil...
Raquel Arnaud, in the MASP bay, in 1983. Credit: Personal archive

50 years of achievements

Talent, perseverance and attitude mark the story of Raquel Arnaud, a determined woman, who in the 1970s broke the arrogance of the male world...