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Basquiat
Basquiat
"I don't think about art when I'm working.  I try to think about life..."Nothing predisposed Jean-Michel Basquiat to appear in the catalogues of museums nor in the private collections. Born in 1960 in Brooklyn (New York), Basquiat belonged to the “racial minorities”: a Haitian father and...
Seydou Keita
Seydou Keita
Seydou Keïta was one of the most celebrated West African photographers. Born in 1921, Bamako, Mali, Seydou Keïta’s photographs eloquently portray Bamako...

Nick Brandt
Nick Brandt
Bio_ExpressBorn and raised in London, Nick Brandt studied Film and Painting at St. Martins School of Art. He started photographing in December 2000 in East Africa,...

Richard Long
Richard Long
“My talent as an artist is to walk across a moor, or place a stone on the ground.“ Richard Long is one of the most famous representatives of Land Art. His...

Josef Hoflehner
Josef Hoflehner
THE WEEK PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEYJosef Hoflehner (1955) lives in Austria but works everywhere: he has long held a fascination with secluded places and empty spaces and since...

Gyula Halász
Gyula Halász
Brassai is regarded as the photographer whose pictures form the basis upon which many non-Parisians' ideas about Paris are formed. His best known work consists of night...

Oleg Dou
Oleg Dou
“Visually I am inspired by culture of fashion and surrealists. I often shock people with my work... I try to combine reality with artificiality.” Dou is the...

Herb Ritts
Herb Ritts
Photographic PortraitRitts, Herb (born in 1952), American fashion and celebrity photographer, born and active in Los Angeles. He took up photography, self-taught, at the...

Warwick Saint
Warwick Saint
Photographic-PortraitWarwick was born in South Africa in 1972. With a Creative for a dad and a Model for a mum, it was clear from an early age that Warwick was to become...

Christian Coigny
Christian Coigny
"It all started because women escaped me," said Christian Coigny. "I used photography to bring me to them and in fact, I'm away because I've sublimated...

Ara Güler
Ara Güler
Photographic Portrait"There is an absolutely great photographer who is ethnically Armenian, Ara Guller. He is called the live symbol of Istanbul . Of course, in...

Barkley L. Hendricks
Barkley L. Hendricks
The renowned American artist’s first career retrospective "Birth of the cool". Highlighting some of his best-known paintings—striking, provocative...

Daphne Odjig
Daphne Odjig
So groundbreaking was her work in the 60s and 70s, fellow artist and friend Norval Morrisseau called her “Picasso’s grandmother.” While Daphne...

Helmut Newton
Helmut Newton
The biggest, most lavish book production of the 20th century is back!SUMO (published by Taschen) was a titanic book in every respect: a 480-page tribute to one of the...

The Heroic Africa
The Heroic Africa
Writer and photographer Philippe Bordas began his African experience in 1988, sharing the everyday lives of Kenyan boxers in Mathare Valley, the largest slum in Africa....

Jacek Jarnuszkiewicz
Jacek Jarnuszkiewicz
Set some 20 meters from the metro station entrance, this stainless steel threadlike piece, culminating at more than 40 feet, beams like a lighthouse. Its name?...

Wangechi MUTU
Wangechi MUTU
"We categorize what we’re afraid of"Exhibited regularly since the late 1990s, Wangechi Mutu’s collage-drawings depicting black women, tampered with...

Michel Comte
Michel Comte
Photographic Portrait...Michel Comte was born on February 19, 1954 in Zurich, Switzerland. At the age of twelve he was already actively interested in photography,...

Ezra Stoller
Ezra Stoller
Portrait_ExpressEzra Stoller was the American architectural photographer whose memorable photographs of buildings by the 20th century’s leading designers...

The Dashanzi
The Dashanzi
Urban_PortraitIn north-east Beijing, Dashanzi is certainly China's most famous art district. Artists and galleries show contemporary art from here, and elsewhere, in...

Brian Finke
Brian Finke
Brian Finke Bio_ExpressBrian Finke (born in 1976) is a photographer living and working in New York City, with gallery representation in New York City, Paris, Amsterdam,...

Pierre Soulages
Pierre Soulages
An interview with Pierre Soulages (…) from the very beginning, Soulages has thought of painting in its relation to architecture. Not only is he “freeing...

Gérard Uféras
Gérard Uféras
États de grâce includes over 100 prints from three large series of photographs: “Un fantôme à l’opéra” (1988-2001),...

Alexis Aliocha Peskine
Alexis Aliocha Peskine
Alexis Peskine was born (1979) in Paris, France. He was a Fulbright Scholar in 2004 and received his Bachelor of Fine Arts at Howard University in Washington DC, and his...

YAYOI KUSAMA
YAYOI KUSAMA
The Withney Museum, New York presents Fireflies on the Waterthe, a retrospective devoted to Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama (born 1929): through a chronological display of...

Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera...
Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera...
An extraordinary exhibit focusing on Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera is headed to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto next Fall season.Frida & Diego: Passion, Politics...

Louise Bourgeois in Canada...
Louise Bourgeois in Canada...
National Gallery of Canada exhibition (through March 18, 2012) pays tribute to one of the past century’s most remarkable creative minds.The remarkable artistic...

Howard Schatz
Howard Schatz
The photographs of Howard Schatz are exhibited in museums and photography galleries internationally and are included in innumerable private collections. He has received...

Gabor Szilasi
Gabor Szilasi
“My subjects in photography really deal with every day life, mostly with people and their environment whether it’s indoors or outdoors and that is what...

Arthur Elgort
Arthur Elgort
Portrait_ExpressArthur Elgort is one of the world’s top fashion photographers and a lover of fashion, ballet and music. He never goes anywhere without his cameras;...

Norbert Wagenbrett
Norbert Wagenbrett
PortraitHaving studied in the Hochschüle für Grafik und Buchkunst of Leipzig, Norbert Wagenbrett belongs to the group of painters known as “The Leipzig...

Anish Kapoor
Anish Kapoor
Art_PortraitAnish Kapoor is one of the most influential sculptors of his generation. Born (1954) in Bombay, he has lived and worked in London since the early 70's....

Los Angeles (1865-2008)
Los Angeles (1865-2008)
«Imagine Marilyn Monroe, fifty miles long, lying on her side, half-buried on a ridge of crumbling rock, the crest of the Santa Monica Mountains, with chaparral,...

Brendan Lee Satish Tang
Brendan Lee Satish Tang
Bio_ExpressBrendan Lee Satish Tang was born in Dublin, Ireland of Trinidadian parents, and is a naturalized citizen of Canada. His education includes the Master of Fine...

Göksin Sipahioglu
Göksin Sipahioglu
Sipahioglu's name means son of the Spahi - the 'cavalryman'. His tall, slim stature marks him out as a leader of men - which indeed he was, both as a bas- ketball player...

Controversies
Controversies
After Paris, Brussels and Vienna, the exhibition is presented at the Centre national de l’audiovisuel in Luxembourg where it displays new cases of...

Champ de Vision
Champ de Vision
Interview with Damián Ortega…This interview was made over an exchange of emails during May and June between Anna Hiddleston and Sinziana Ravini in Paris...

Manuel Vason
Manuel Vason
Photographic portraitManuel Vason was born in Padova Italy in 1974. Whilst studying at the University of Social Science, Padova, he decided to become a photographer and...

Esther Shalev-Gerz
Esther Shalev-Gerz
Bio_ExpressBorn in Lithuania, raised in Israel and resident in Paris since 1984, Esther Shalev-Gerz is internationally recognised for her seminal investigation into the...

Laurent Grasso
Laurent Grasso
In less than a decade, employing a variety of media and techniques, Laurent Grasso has produced a distinctive body of work that unsettles the viewer’s certainties....

Valérie Belin
Valérie Belin
PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAIT Photographer Valérie Belin’s (born 1964 in Boulogne-Billancourt, France. Lives and works in Paris) work is based on a precise protocol...

Frida Kahlo
Frida Kahlo
The year 2007 was the hundredth anniversary of the birth of the artist Frida Kahlo. She attained cult status through an art that combined the colourful, cheerful culture...

Thomas Nozkowski
Thomas Nozkowski
Until September 20, some 60 works - the most important retrospective ever devoted to New York artist -painted since 1980 by the internationally renowned artist will be...

Mario García Torres
Mario García Torres
Bio_ExpressBorn in 1975, Mexican artist Mario García Torres revisits the history of conceptual art. This being a movement that asserted the primacy of the idea...

Abraham-Louis Breguet
Abraham-Louis Breguet
Through this retrospective of the works of Abraham-Louis Breguet (1747-1823), visitors to the Louvre will discover the art of watchmaking at its apogee, evidenced by...

MILES in MTL...
MILES in MTL...
“One thing I do know is that the year after I was born a bad tornado hit St. Louis and tore it all up. (…) Maybe that’s why I have such a bad temper...

Robert Rauschenberg
Robert Rauschenberg
Eighteen months after Robert Rauschenberg’s death on May 12, 2008, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is organizing a posthumous tribute to this great American artist...

Le Mouvement
Le Mouvement
The Museum Tinguely is restaging "Le Mouvement", the landmark exhibition held in the Galerie Denise René in Paris from 6 to 30 April 1955. Le manifeste...

FRIDA KAHLO
FRIDA KAHLO
The ultimate Mexican (self-)portrait, Frida Kahlo’s disconcerting gaze stares out from the Museo Olmedo collection, the world’s largest (private) collection...

Gerhard STEIDL
Gerhard STEIDL
Photography has been exhibited on walls and in books since its invention. The book of photography, an enticing object because of its graphics and images, can be acquired...

UUTURAUTIIT
UUTURAUTIIT
Cape Dorset—or Kinngait as it is locally known in Nunavut—celebrates 50 years of making prints. In tribute to this significant anniversary and the continued...

THE NUDE
THE NUDE
Reclining nudes, standing nudes, nudes sitting, blended into landscapes or inside the studio. Provocative poses, poignant poses, yes, but more tellingly, nudes as the...

Sirine Fattouh
Sirine Fattouh
Born in 1980 in Beirut, Sirine Fattouh  is a Lebanese artist who lives in between Paris and Beirut. Along her practise, Fattouh is enrolled in the doctorate program...

Languages of Futurism
Languages of Futurism
Literature, Painting, Sculpture, Music, Theatre, PhotographyOn the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Futurism the Martin-Gropius-Bau in cooperation with the...

Frank Lloyd Wright
Frank Lloyd Wright
Fifty years after the opening of the acclaimed Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao celebrates this...

Denise Colomb
Denise Colomb
Denise Colomb in West IndiesIn 1948, Denise Colomb was invited to the Antilles by Aimé Césaire and there made a documentary report to mark the centenary of...

BEYOND KIOSK
BEYOND KIOSK
Beyond Kiosk - Modes of Multiplication offers the opportunity to see and consult some examples of the most remarkable independent art publications. Near to 800 works...

Ferdinando Scianna
Ferdinando Scianna
For the first time in France, the Maison Européenne de la Photographie presents a retrospective of the work of Italian photographer Ferdinando Scianna, who is...

Vanity Fair Portraits
Vanity Fair Portraits
The Institute for Contemporary Culture (ICC) at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) presents Vanity Fair Portraits: Photographs 1913-2008. The exhibition, which garnered...

Cai Guo-Qiang
Cai Guo-Qiang
Cai Guo-Qiang: I Want to Believe, the first one-man show that the Guggenheim Bilbao Museum has devoted to an artist born in China.

Nikolay Polissky
Nikolay Polissky
In 1990, Nikolay Polissky (born in Moscow in 1957), a ceramist by trade and predominantly a landscape painter, moved to the small abandoned village of Nikola-Lenivets...

Graffiti
Graffiti
Born in the Streets—Graffiti brings to light the extraordinary expansion of an artistic movement that developed in the streets of New York in the early 1970s to...

Picasso Cézanne
Picasso Cézanne
I’ll say I know Cézanne! He was my one and only master! Of course I have looked at his paintings… I have spent years studying them… (Picasso...

Milton Glaser
Milton Glaser
To many, Milton Glaser is the embodiment of American graphic design during the latter half of this century. His presence and impact on the profession internationally...

Philippe Parreno
Philippe Parreno
Offered a retrospective by the Centre Pompidou, Philippe Parreno has come up with a “journey through time,” a re-reading of the artist’s work by the...

NOMADS
NOMADS
The National Gallery of Canada (NGC) presents the works of five innovative Vancouver-based artists – Geoffrey Farmer, Hadley+Maxwell, Myfanwy MacLeod, Gareth...

CARLO VALSECCHI
CARLO VALSECCHI
For a period of ten years, Italian photographer Carlo Valsecchi has been creating imagery on a monumental scale. Although these works owe a debt to the influential...

NAVIN RAWANCHAIKUL
NAVIN RAWANCHAIKUL
For his solo exhibition Super China!, Thai artist Navin Rawanchaikul transforms UCCA’s Nave into a playful zone where visitors become active participants in the...

The Space of Words
The Space of Words
The Space of Words focuses on the pratice of eleven artists from different generations and explores heterogeneous relationships between words and space. It concerns two...

The Jazz Century
The Jazz Century
Jazz, along with cinema and rock music, constitutes one of the major artistic developments of the 20th century. Born at the beginning of that century, this musical...

MONA HATOUM
MONA HATOUM
Measures of Entanglement is an exhibition featuring sculptures and installations made by the Palestinian-British artist from 2006 onward, as well as a selection of her...

THE TAG
THE TAG
By commissioning works from the foremost graffiti artists, Alain-Dominique Gallizia has compiled - and continues to compile – the most important painted record of...

Andy Warhol
Andy Warhol
Question to Andy Warhol: "How do you define television?" The answer: "Oh, it's just movable print"Andy Warhol, the Pope of Pop, had always been...

FIFA 2009
FIFA 2009
True to his tradition of offering Montreal audiences the world’s best contemporary films on art, FIFA director René Rozon is especially proud of this...

Sophie Ristelhueber
Sophie Ristelhueber
Since the early 1980s, Sophie Ristelhueber has been building up a body of powerful yet restrained images that take an allusive approach to the complex realities of the...

Shilpa Gupta & Mahzarin Banaji
Shilpa Gupta & Mahzarin Banaji
As part of its exhibition/experiment, Le Laboratoire has invited the Indian artist Shilpa Gupta to explore a universal theme: FEAR. A theme unfortunately most present...

Ray Caesar & Kosta Kulundzic
Ray Caesar & Kosta Kulundzic
Ray CaesarThis artist is back in France after having spent the year 2008 visiting international art scenes with new original pieces. All of his works plunge us in a...

William Eggleston
William Eggleston
For the last three years, American photographer William Eggleston has photographed the city of Paris as part of a commission for the Fondation Cartier pour l’art...

Beatriz Milhazes
Beatriz Milhazes
The Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain is pleased to present an exhibition of the work of Beatriz Milhazes, one of the most celebrated Brazilian visual...

Erich Salomon
Erich Salomon
“Ah, there he is, the king of the indiscreet!” exclaimed Aristide Briand as he pointed to Erich Salomon in the salons of the Quai d’Orsay, where he had...

DAMIÁN ORTEGA
DAMIÁN ORTEGA
Born in Mexico City in 1967, Damian Ortega is the first Latin American artist to show in Espace 315. Having first attracted widespread attention at the 50th Venice...

Valérie Belin
Valérie Belin
Valérie Belin occupe une place singulière dans la photographie contemporaine. Depuis près de vingt ans, elle poursuit une démarche rigoureuse...

Raymond Depardon + Paul Virilio
Raymond Depardon + Paul Virilio
“Raymond Depardon and I are both concerned by the same question: what is left of the world, of native lands, of the history of the only habitable planet...

Roman Cieslewicz
Roman Cieslewicz
Portrait_ExpressRoman Cieslewicz (1930 - 1996) trained as a graphic designer and moved to France in the 1960s, though he has maintained close links with his native...

LE FUTURISME À PARIS
LE FUTURISME À PARIS
Marking the centenary of the publication of Marinetti’s Futurist Manifesto on the front page of the Figaro on 20 February 1909, the Centre Pompidou is organising...

OCEANIA
OCEANIA
As a first in Belgium, ING is bringing together around two hundred works of art from Oceania, to put on an exciting display of the exotic and breathtaking world of the...

Picasso and the Masters
Picasso and the Masters
Pablo Picasso was trained in the strict rules of academic painting at a very early age, first by his father, José Ruiz-Blasco, a teacher at the fine art school in...

Balthasar Klossowski
Balthasar Klossowski
I lived there (Switzerland) so long that I managed to believe that I was Swiss. I discovered this country during the First World War. I would have so much to say about...

4 Days in Mongolia
4 Days in Mongolia
Starting September 24, the Comptoir d'ailleurs boutique presents Mongolia in 4 Days, a series of live photographs taken during a recent trip to Mongolia by fashion...

Jules Kulein
Jules Kulein
Une série très provocatrice par l'artiste Jules Julien, à l'occasion des jeux olympiques de Pékin 2008. Un travail d'illustration personnel...

Steven Meisel
Steven Meisel
Steven Meisel is fashion's pre-eminent image-maker - prolific and innovative - visualizing the trends of every fashion season since the 1980s (was born in New York in...

RON MUECK + GUY BEN-NER
RON MUECK + GUY BEN-NER
In Shawinigan Space at La Cité de l’énergie, the National Gallery of Canada (NGC) presents Real Life, an exhibition showcasing the work of two...

H BOX
H BOX
H Box is a mobile screening room showing the work of eight video artists. H Box was designed by artist and architect Didier Fiuza Faustino, while Benjamin Weil,...

Juan Muñoz
Juan Muñoz
The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is staging the most important retrospective exhibition in Spain of works by Juan Muñoz (Madrid, 1953 - Ibiza, 2001), widely...

Thomas Scheibitz
Thomas Scheibitz
Thomas Scheibitz’s (born in 1968 in Radeberg) works walk the line between abstract and figurative art, drawing their sources from a constantly expanding visual...

Geoffrey James
Geoffrey James
Born in Whales and trained as an historian, Geoffrey James has been making photographs since the early Seventies. For close to forty years now, armed with his cameras,...

Club of 8
Club of 8
The eight laureates of the 2008 Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts have made remarkable contributions, over several decades, to our fields of...

Robert Mapplethorpe
Robert Mapplethorpe
Mapplethorpe produced a consistent body of work that strove for balance and perfection and established him in the top rank of twentieth-century artists. In 1987 he...

China Power Station
China Power Station
Mudam Luxembourg presents the exhibition China Power Station: Part III, the third step of an exhibition project created in collaboration with the Serpentine Gallery in...

César Baldaccini
César Baldaccini
The Fondation Cartier will present a major exhibition of the work of French sculptor César on the tenth anniversary of his death. Jean Nouvel - the Fondation...

Floriane de Lassée
Floriane de Lassée
In association with the International Center of Photography, New York, we are pleased to announce Floriane de Lassée as the recipient of the first JQS Publication...

Monsengwo Kejwamfi Moke
Monsengwo Kejwamfi Moke
Moke was a painter reporter of city life. Considered the father of the Popular painting movement in Zaïre (the Democratic Republic of Congo), Moke arrived in...

Alexander Rodchenko
Alexander Rodchenko
Alexander Rodchenko is regarded as one of the most important artists of the 20th century and the most important Soviet photographer. He worked as a decorator, furniture...

Richard Avedon
Richard Avedon
The exhibition “Photography 1946-2004” is showing around 200 of Richard Avedon’s photographs: all the way from the early ones of the forties, when he...

Alec Soth
Alec Soth
Dans chacune des pièces formant l’exposition "L’espace entre nous", Alec Soth contourne la notion de document social. À ses yeux, la...

The 1930s at The MBAC
The 1930s at The MBAC
While the 1930s are known above all for the political upheavals that led to World War II, this decade merits being examined from another viewpoint. A North American...

Patti Smith
Patti Smith
The Fondation Cartier is hosting a major solo exhibition - Land 250 - of the visual work of American artist and performer Patti Smith. Drawn from pieces created between...

Keith Haring
Keith Haring
Recognized as one of the great artists of the 1980s, Keith Haring is above all an emblematic figure, constantly linking the art world of his time to the world of the...

Andrea Branzi
Andrea Branzi
Andrea Branzi, one of the most influential Italian architects and designers working today, will present two ambitious new installations created in collaboration with the...

Glenn Ligon
Glenn Ligon
Born in 1960 in the Bronx, New York, Glenn Ligon belongs to a generation of artists who came to prominence at the end of the 1980s and the beginning of the 1990s for...

¡CUBA!
¡CUBA!
Organized and presented by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, ¡Cuba! Art and History from 1868 to Today, which brings together some 400 works of art, is the most...

Michael Craig-Martin
Michael Craig-Martin
“My work is simple and sophisticated at the same time….My picture of our society is that the things that unite us, at a very simple level, are the ordinary...

Lee Bul
Lee Bul
Lee Bul, one of the leading Korean artists of her generation, will present an ambitious new sculptural installation at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art...

20 Creative People for 2008
20 Creative People for 2008
OUSMANE SOW, Sculptor (Sénégal)“Usually, people that criticize are people that don’t do anything,” says MacBain. “Ones that try are...

Richard Serra
Richard Serra
One of the preeminent sculptors of the 20th century, Richard Serra has long been acclaimed for his challenging and innovative work, which emphasizes the process of its...

Eija-Liisa Ahtila
Eija-Liisa Ahtila
From the start of her career in the 1990s, Eija-Liisa Ahtila has been considered one of the leading proponents of 'video art'. She makes films that she describes as...

Gerda Taro
Gerda Taro
Taro’s photographs of the war are a striking but little-known record of an important moment in the history of war photography. They are also evidence of the...

Ray Caesar
Ray Caesar
I was born in London, England on October 26, 1958, the youngest of four and much to my parent's surprise, I was born a dog. This unfortunate turn of events was soon...

De Superman au Chat du Rabbin
De Superman au Chat du Rabbin
The Musée d’art et d’histoire du Judaïsme in Paris is delighted to be showing De Superman au Chat du rabbin, an exhibition on Jewish cartoons and...

Takashi Murakami
Takashi Murakami
" Le summum de l'art c'est de faire du fric!" Andy WahrolTakashi Murakami is often billed as the next Andy Warhol. Like the American pop art icon, he fuses...

Albert Watson
Albert Watson
Albert Watson has made his mark as one of the world's most successlul fashion and commercial photographers during the last four decades, while creating his own art along...

Daphne Odjig
Daphne Odjig
If my work as an artist has somehow helped to open doors between our people and the non-Native community, then I am glad. I am even more deeply pleased if it has helped...

Yin Xin
Yin Xin
In the half-light of the Haussmann-era living room, a few paintings stand out on the lava dust grey walls… Classical compositions on a chiaroscuro background,...

Carlito Dalceggio
Carlito Dalceggio
He has fine aquiline features and wears his hair in a classic Samurai bun. Soft almond eyes, perfectly straight nose. His carefully selected clothes, often by top...

Graffiti is art or bullshit ?
Graffiti is art or bullshit ?
1965 - 1966Graffiti appears on walls in Philadelphia and New York. Cornbread and Cool Earl are often credited as being the first graffiti artists in Philadelphia; Taki...

TaTa Sam Bejan
TaTa Sam Bejan
Tata Sam Bejan, photojournalist, portrait photographer (of Indian descent but born in Shanghai in September 30, 1911, China). He immigrated to Canada in 1956. An...

Edward Steichen
Edward Steichen
Edward Steichen (1879, Luxembourg 1973, United States) was one of the most important characters of photography in the XXth century. As an artist, commercial and...

Pierre and Gilles
Pierre and Gilles
This retrospective exhibition celebrate Pierre et Gilles' 30 years of collaboration, with more than 120 works including a lot of creations from the last ten years and,...

Five Nights at the Museum
Five Nights at the Museum
One famous architect, three luxury hotels and a whole lot of Monet: How a yen for art transformed the Japanese island of Naoshima.There is such a thing as overdosing on...

What the World Eats ?
What the World Eats ?
What's on family dinner tables in fifteen different homes around the globe? Photographs by Peter Menzel and Faith D'Aluisio from the book "Hungry Planet"Chad:...

Le Tour du monde de la Pub
Le Tour du monde de la Pub
The Museum of Decorative Arts is exhibiting for the first time from its vast collection of international posters (from America to Japan and all European countries) a...

The Situationist International (1957–1972)
The Situationist International (1957–1972)
THE SITUATIONIST INTERNATIONAL one of the least known yet most influential (anti)art movements of the post war era: the Situationist International (SI).The last of the...

Kurt Wyss
Kurt Wyss
Following his training as a photographer in Fribourg and Berne, and after a few years as a freelance photographer, Kurt Wyss (*Basel, 1936) held the position of...

Zhu Yunwei
Zhu Yunwei
Opened / closed eyes, awoken dream of a photographer Born in 1982 in Handan, China, Zhu Yunwei - age of 9 - moved to Beijing with his parents.
Since 2006, he study...

David Lynch
David Lynch
David Lynch : The Air is on FirePresented at the Fondation Cartier pour l’Art Contemporain in Paris, The Air in on Fire is the largest exhibition devoted to David...

FIFA : A quarter-century of pure splendour!
FIFA : A quarter-century of pure splendour!
FIFA : A quarter-century of pure splendour!The International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA) is delighted to celebrate its 25th consecutive year honouring the world's...

Twenty things you should know about Eva Van Den Bulcke...
Twenty things you should know about Eva Van Den Bulcke...
Egodesign.ca : Who are you? How would you describe yourself?Eva Van Den Bulcke: I make sense out of nonsense. If that makes sense…E.D.: Tell us more about Schlof,...

Shomei Tomatsu
Shomei Tomatsu
Born in 1930 in Nagoya, Japan, Tomatsu is internationally recognized as that country’s most innovative and important photographer of the postwar period...

Centre Pompidou
Centre Pompidou
Background  The Centre national d'art et de culture Georges Pompidou was the brainchild of President Georges Pompidou who wanted to create an original cultural...

35 New Photographers 2007
35 New Photographers 2007
After a promising first edition 2006, Getty Images introduces the international photographers more to us promising. In love and professionals with the image, this is for...

Valérie Belin
Valérie Belin
The first of the two new series shown in the exhibition is composed of twelve photographs of young models (New Faces). They were selected from the catalogues of...

The Event,
The Event,
Is it possible to speak in terms of a culture of the event? Contemporary history appears to us as a succession of events whose frantic rhythm is further accelerated by...

Nacho Lopez
Nacho Lopez
Born in 1923 and died in 1986, Nacho López was one of Mexico's best photojournalists. Few have launched such intense social criticism or delved so deeply in what...

A History of Advertising: Photography in France
A History of Advertising: Photography in France
The exhibition turns the spotlight on advertising photography, focusing on the history of an area that is all too often forgotten or overlooked. Organized...

Desiree Dolron: Exaltation - Gaze - Xteriors
Desiree Dolron: Exaltation - Gaze - Xteriors
Institut Néerlandais presents Desiree Dolron’s exhibition : Exaltation - Gaze - Xteriors, which reflect the very personal nature of the artist’s work....

Paris celebrates international photography
Paris celebrates international photography
Helmut Newton Paris Photo celebrates its tenth anniversary with a sparkling selection of Nordic talent. Guests of honour: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway &...

Lee Friedlander
Lee Friedlander
Born in 1934 in Aberdeen, Washington, Friedlander fell in love with photography as a teenager. He studied briefly at the Art Center School in Los Angeles in 1952, and in...

NRC Scientists Help Solve the Mysteries behind the Mona Lisa
NRC Scientists Help Solve the Mysteries behind the Mona Lisa
For five hundred years she's been the source of endless real and fictional mysteries, from the magic of her eyes – always seeming to follow the viewer – the...

Digimart - Take 1
Digimart - Take 1
Cinematography, while it may be the seventh art, is also an industry confronted by many challenges; technology, financing, public taste, and, of course accessibility to...

Joel Meyerowitz, Out of the Ordinary
Joel Meyerowitz, Out of the Ordinary
This is the first European exhibition of the colour photography of Joel Meyerowitz. Produced by the Jeu de paume and organised in close collaboration with the artist,...

J. Shulman, Modernity and the Metropolis
J. Shulman, Modernity and the Metropolis
Julius Shulman is renowned for some of the most iconic photographs in architectural history. Whether photographing a skyscraper, house, or gas station, Shulman’s...

Nicolas Ruel
Nicolas Ruel
Photographers working 150 years ago printed on metal plates. Harking back to these origins, artist Nicolas Ruel has produced an impressive collection of large format...

Egodesign.ca has arrived!
Egodesign.ca has arrived!
To mark the event, Canada’s first bilingual webzine devoted to global design threw a fabulous bash. Hundreds of invited guests gathered at Bonaldo in Montreal for...

 

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