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The Art of Conserving Paintings

Experts from the Norton Simon and J. Paul Getty museums in California share fascinating details about the conservation of three Édouard Manet paintings  We look...

Who Are the 10 Greatest French People of All Time?

It’s a question that’s impossible to answer. How do you define greatness? How do you compare a king to a scientist to a philosopher? This...

2020: Art and Creation in a Pandemic World

In a follow-up to her article on "The Art of Survival", Chloe Govan says artistic struggles are not confined to the past, of course....

Leonardo da Vinci at the Louvre in Paris

The year 2019 marks the 500-year anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci in France and to mark this the Louvre is going...

18th Century Pastel Portraits at the Getty Centre in Los Angeles

Pastel portraits became very popular during the 18th century because they were portable and much more quickly finished than oil paintings. This collection, which...

Art Nouveau at the National Gallery of Australia

Art Nouveau took designs from the natural world and created flowing flora and fauna patterns. This fascinating exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia...

Panzano Art Trail in the town of Chianti, Italy

Thirty monumental sculptures by French artist Nathalie Decoster are featured in the first edition of Panzano Arte. Starting in the village of Panzano, Chianti,...

Constellations de Metz

Laser limbo anyone? With techie parkour, video mapping trained on city landmarks, Insta-ready light shows, digital installations on every street corner and cutting-edge trails...

We Love Green Festival

When it comes to considering its ecological footprint, few festivals compete with Paris' We Love Green Festival. - Festicket.com. Exhibiting music and eco-responsibility, this event...

The Nature of Arp at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Italy

From curving, organic sculptures to abstract paintings, Arp was one of the most important artists of the modern era. Founder of the Dada movement...