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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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Photography exposition of Laurence Lot on dancer Carlotta Ikeda

Photography exposition of Laurence Lot on dancer Carlotta Ikeda

20 January 2012

Dorothy' s Gallery opens from January 27th of this year the exhibition of photographs of Laurencine Lot Carlotta Ikeda, of Butô in senseless dance The meeting between Laurencine Lot, photographer of the French theatre and Carlotta Ikeda, the only female dancer of the ...

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Sculptor in wax

Sculptor in wax

20 December 2011

  Based on a sketch received from the Design department or sometimes from a gemstone and a few indications, the sculptor - a jeweller by training - shapes an object in modelling clay and then fashions a wax prototype. This extremely malleable material serves to obtain ...

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Barrie Cooke art gallery

Barrie Cooke art gallery

9 December 2011

  The Irish Cultural Center introduces a series of writings chosen among the retrospective exhibition of Barrie Cooke organized in 2011 in Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin. « One of the most amazing things is the fact that there are very few ...

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Glamour, Insolite and Provocative Gallery at Bordeaux

Glamour, Insolite and Provocative Gallery at Bordeaux

3 December 2011

  ART'S & DESIGN is a new gallery of art and decoration objects opened at the beginning of October, 2011, in the gold triangle of Bordeaux. The introduced objects are top ranged, signed by artists, in limited edition, uniquely seen. The privileged site, decoration ...

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Great gift: art a la carte

Great gift: art a la carte

23 November 2011

Live the creation of a work of art made sur mesure by participating in its realization from start to finish!   Completely atypical, the gallery Boucle d' Art offer a new artistic approach by accomplishing graphic writings personified on various support: cloth, aluminium, ...

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Exposition

Exposition

21 November 2011

  « Whoever cares about you, you are only a card game! » Lewis Carroll makes light of cards, Alice also! Here is both of them who draw away the visitors in an interactive exhibition, full of pictures and creations: English engravings, ...

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Trends Festival, Amiens House of Culture

Trends Festival, Amiens House of Culture

17 November 2011

From 23 till 27 January 2012, the festival Tendency organized by the Home of the Culture of Amiens, rest faithful to its first intention: curiosity. It takes risks giving their chance to emergent artists and weaves link between Picardy and Europe ...

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Bruno Sabastia, beauty photograph

Bruno Sabastia, beauty photograph

31 October 2011

Bruno Sabastia began his photographic trip more than twenty years ago, but his artistic ambition pushes it in Paris in 1995, when he makes numerous jobs while assisting famous photographers, such as Jean Larivière. It improves its technology in studio and ...

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