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New designers 2013
New Designers is the exhibition for emerging design. Taking place over two weeks, with eight distinct design zones and two prestigious Awards Evenings, New Designers is the UK's most important […]
A passion for Jean Prouvé. From furniture to architecture.
The collection of Laurence and Patrick Seguin. This is an exhibition devoted to the furniture and architecture of French designer Jean Prouvé. The collectioners first discovered his furniture designs in […]
Sky arts ignition: memory palace
If you could keep only one memory, what would it be? The V&A presents a dramatic vision of the future through an immersive exhibition experience. Sky Arts Ignition: Memory Palace […]
Rare exhibiton, at Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain Australian sculptor Ron Mueck works slowly in his small London studio, making time itself an important element in his creative process. His […]
Images of angels are among the most popular works of Paul Klee (1879-1940). They not only appeal to art lovers but are also cherished by many as poetic helpers in […]
Antwerp Fashion Show
The graduation show of the Antwerp Fashion Department is a celebration of fashion, bringing together some 6.000 spectators from all over the world, not only to judge and/or admire the […]
Thought, and gesture at La Verrière.
The artistic legacy of Marcel Duchamp, artisan. This series of exhibitions at La Verrière entitled “Thought, and gesture” is inspired by the figure and work of Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968). Duchamp’s […]
International Championship of Ceramic and Creation on Raw Clay.
Thomas Mailaender strikes again. Thomas Mailaender (1979, France) is a French multimedia artist based in Paris and Marseille. Engraving unclassifiable imagery which once had a fixed meaning within a new […]
Le Corbusier by Lucien Hervé
In 1949 the photographer Lucien Hervé took photographs of Unité d’Habitation, an innovative apartment building in Marseille. He sent them to the building’s architect, Le Corbusier, who immediately realized that [&h ...
Yoko Ono. Half-A-Wind Show.
The large retrospective “Yoko Ono. Half-A-Wind Show” highlights Ono’s pioneering role as an artist, as a groundbreaking protagonist of the early conceptual, film and performance art. The exhibit presents around […]
The World Turned Inside Out
The World Turned Inside Out Exploration through events, research, debate and art. Could secularized narratives and the impasse of modern rationalism produce a world devoid of wonder? But consider that […]
N°5 Culture Chanel
exhibit in Palais de Tokyo The history of CHANEL N°5 began at the very moment when Gabrielle Chanel learned of the death of her love Boy Capel, in December 1919. […]