Culture & Photography

homeeditorial & artculture & photo…

Latest article

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

read more ›
Peter Lindbergh,  A Different History of Fashion

Peter Lindbergh, A Different History of Fashion

15 September 2015

In September 2016, the Kunsthal Rotterdam Museum is presenting A Different History of Fashion, the first major retrospective dedicated to the German legendary photographer Peter Lindbergh. After World premiere in Rotterdam, the exhibition will tour around the world from 2017. The ...

read more ›
Photography Project, Women by Annie Leibovitz

Photography Project, Women by Annie Leibovitz

20 August 2015

The well-known American photographer, Annie Leibovitz, takes her tour with Women photographic project Annie Leibovitz is the photographer that knows how to put stories in images. Among her projects, the Woman was created 15 years ago in collaboration with Susan Sontag. It ...

read more ›
How can brands transform liking-lurkers into brand-loving advocates?

How can brands transform liking-lurkers into brand-loving advocates?

23 June 2015

Brands often boast about the number of "likes", followers and tweets they garner, but are these measures of brand advocacy too crude? Are people that "like" and follow everything true brand promoters? As companies grapple with the meaning and impact of social ...

read more ›
Yayoi Kusama, the world's most popular artist

Yayoi Kusama, the world's most popular artist

17 April 2015

Art remains a form of contemporary expression of individual creativity. The known magazine Art Newspaper made a statistic about the impact of art nowadays.  Last week, Art Magazine revealed the top artists of the world by the impact they had on their exhibitions. ...

read more ›
Balenciaga Exhibition, the magician of the lace

Balenciaga Exhibition, the magician of the lace

30 March 2015

On the occasion of the 120th anniversary of the birth of Cristóbal Balenciaga (Getaria, 1895-1972, Javea, Spain), the City of the Calais lace is devoting an exhibition to the great couturier. It addresses a novel topic: the work lace of Balenciaga, ...

read more ›
Shiseido presents Reverberation, Pavilion of Light and Sound Designed by Shigeru Ban

Shiseido presents Reverberation, Pavilion of Light and Sound Designed by Shigeru Ban

23 March 2015

The Shiseido Group's high prestige brand "clé de peau BEAUTÉ," will exhibit  "REVERBERATION─Pavilion of Light and Sound" designed by Shigeru Ban. The exhibition will be on view from May 8th (Friday) to May 9th (Saturday) in the courtyard of the Palazzo Pisani Conservatory in Venice, Italy. The project will ...

read more ›
The artist Paul Chan exposition at Guggenheim, New York

The artist Paul Chan exposition at Guggenheim, New York

6 March 2015

From March 6 to May 13 will be held the exhibition "Hugo Boss Prize 2014: Paul Chan, Nonprojections for New Lovers "will be held at the Guggenheim Museum in New York. Paul Chan was the tenth artist to receive the Hugo ...

read more ›
Seminole Spirit Featuring Behati Prinsloo

Seminole Spirit Featuring Behati Prinsloo

18 February 2015

Earlier this evening, world renowned photographer Russell James unveiled his art collection "Seminole Spirit" inspired by The Seminole Tribe of Florida and featuring supermodel Behati Prinsloo at the Stephan Weiss Studio in New York City. The 30-piece collection, presented by Nomad Two Worlds, showcases the tribe's culture, community, history, and most importantly ...

read more ›