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Cezanne, The Artist of Provence at Carrières de Lumières

22 July

An immension self projection when you enter the space of art and fantasy. The twirl of formes, colors, the mix of music and motions create the outside effect that speaks and links to the inner one.  The new digital and immersive exhibition of the Carrières de Lumières presents the most significant masterpieces of Cezanne (1839-1906) such as his still lifes with apples, The card players (1890-95) and The large bathers (around 1906).Self-taught painter with 900 canvases and 400 watercolors, Cezanne represents portraits, still lifes, landscapes, historical scenes ... and produces multiple versions of the same subject, constantly experimenting with the possibilities of pictorial material. First rejected at the Salon and then recognized late by his contemporaries, during a retrospective organized in 1895 by Ambroise Vollard, Cezanne is today considered the pioneer of modernity. Strongly inspired in his early days by Delacroix and Courbet, he then left his studio to turn to the Impressionists, following Pissarro's example by painting on the motif. His unique construction of forms and color and his tendency to abstraction lead him to go beyond Impressionism, to influence the Cubists, the Fauves and the avant-garde. Father of modern art, he inspired Zola, Van Gogh, Pissarro, Monet, Renoir, Matisse... Picasso referred to

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Hong Kong Pulse Light Festival, International Light Art Display

Hong Kong Pulse Light Festival, International Light Art Display

17 January 2019

Organised by the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) and co-organised by the Tourism Commission, the "International Light Art Display" will bring a new batch of light art installations to town. The new creations all share the theme of Love and Romance ...

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Women in Power: The Top 5 European Countries For Female CEOs

Women in Power: The Top 5 European Countries For Female CEOs

26 October 2018

Norway leads the way for equality with the most women in the boardroom at 39.7%.SmallBusinessPrices.co.uk have created an infographic showing the disparity between men and women across various sectors around Europe.Statistics show that the  UK has 26.25% of women in its ...

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Francoise Hardy and Jacques Dutronc, a 60s kind of love story

Francoise Hardy and Jacques Dutronc, a 60s kind of love story

30 April 2018

It's the 60s, the years of rock'n'roll love, of euphoria and dreams, of love that begin and never end! This is the case of Francoise Hardy and Jacques Dutronc. They met on a party, burst into loving flames and gave birth ...

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Top 24 Countries with the Best Work-Life Balance

Top 24 Countries with the Best Work-Life Balance

21 December 2017

Scandinavia the best place for a good work-life balance - while UK loses out to Ireland, Germany, Spain New research from TotallyMoney finds which countries in Europe offer a maximum of leisure time to keep their citizens happy, and a minimum of ...

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Presentation of the

Presentation of the

3 November 2017

Presentation of the "Kiss of 1905" by the Romanian artist Constantin BRANCUSI, Cornerstone of his work, Sculpture at the origin of Modern Art - At the headquarters of the Couture House LANVIN Ms. Wang, owner of the Couture House LANVIN and Nicolas ...

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A Hidded Vegetable Garden on the Most Beautiful Roof In Paris

A Hidded Vegetable Garden on the Most Beautiful Roof In Paris

6 September 2017

Who said that the Champs Elysées was a vast concreted avenue where all the tourists come only to take their picture with the Arc de Triomphe? Think again ! Recently, this Parisian center has become the playground of Andreas Møller, leader of ...

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Peter Lindbergh: A monumental exposition on Deauville beach

Peter Lindbergh: A monumental exposition on Deauville beach

3 July 2017

It was in 1980 that Peter Lindbergh realized his first reportage of fashion in Deauville for Vogue Italy. It has never stopped coming back every year, seduced by the space of the beach and its changing lights. He will be present ...

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The artist JonOne sketches the poster for Longines Paris Eiffel Jumping

The artist JonOne sketches the poster for Longines Paris Eiffel Jumping

11 May 2017

The Longines Paris Eiffel Jumping reveals its poster and is surrounded by a New York artist of world renown. JonOne, follows Robert Combas, Paola Pivi, Ida Tursic and Wilfried Mille. His work in shimmering colors, halfway between graffiti and abstract expressionism ...

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