On the street art scene

Paris is an endless source of inspiration for street artists. The walls of the 20th arrondissement are canvases for many artists and we have an opportunity to observe various street art creations which replace one another by simply taking a … Continue reading

Sculpture vs photography

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Recently we went to see the exhibition “Mapplethorpe – Rodin” featuring the works of two artists. Body, movement, detail are some of the common subjects for both. I found more life and passion in Rodin’s sculptures than in Mapplethorpe’s photographs. … Continue reading

Henri Cartier-Bresson: geometry in photography

Henri Cartier-Bresson said that the beauty of a photo is in its geometry, beeing a master of composition himself his works are excellent examples of it. The exhibition in Centre Pompidou is a retrospective that comprises more than 500 photographs, … Continue reading

Modern Art

Recently we’ve been to Centre Georges-Pompidou (also known as Beaubourg) to see the new presentation of the permanent collection under the name of “Modernités plurielles de 1905 à 1970”. The museum has the biggest collection of modern art in the … Continue reading

Cartier: works and admirers

The exhibition “Cartier: le style et l’histoire” which takes place in Grand Palais displays an important number of works by “la grande maison de joaillerie”. It was almost impossible to see everything well because of the crowd, but I managed … Continue reading

About Goudemalion

Recently Michael has taken me to an exhibition “Goudemalion” at Les Arts Décoratifs that impressed and inspired me a lot.  It is dedicated to the works by Jean Paul Goude, a brilliant French artist. Having seen this retrospective of 40 … Continue reading