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Without Remorse

Plunging visitors into the wild and colourful world of Bernard Frize, 'Without Remorse' takes its cue from the intractable French painter, letting his art...

Camp: Notes On Fashion at the Met in New York

Through more than 250 objects dating from the 17th century to the present, The Costume Institute's exuberant exhibition explores the origins of camp and...

The Adventure of Beauty

Rubinstein was not only the founder of a cosmetics empire but a firm believer that beauty should go hand in hand with female emancipation....

Hammershøi: The Master of Danish Painting

A recluse, utterly consumed by his work, Hammershøi rarely left his Copenhagen studio – only stoking his own mystique. Step into the elusive Danish...

Calder – Picasso

Both Picasso and American sculptor Calder were fascinated with emptiness and dreamt up fresh new ways to capture the void. A deep-dive into the...

Beyond Illustration

From graphic novels and posters, to ceramics and textiles, in Chemin Papier the Centre National du Graphisme explores the ties and overlap between illustration...

Berthe Morisot, Impressionist

One of the founding members of Impressionism, Berthe Morisot has all but vanished from the annals of art history, replaced instead by her brothers-in-arms...

Fresh Perspectives

Focusing on his 'transitional' works, Donner à Voir at Montpellier's Musée Fabre offers a new perspective on Picasso's aesthetic and his rich pictorial world.

Sacramento French Film Festival

Featuring the hottest new releases along with classics and short films, Sacramento's annual festival is a favourite with French movie buffs. Stick around for...

Victor Vasarely: The Birth of OP Art

Hailed as the father of the Op Art movement, the Hungarian-French artist was a master illusionist. A pioneer of geometrical post-war abstraction, his head-spinning...