At the Palais de Tokyo, Our World is Burning allows 30 artists to express the dream and necessity of a sustainable future in an egalitarian world.
Frustrated by how Morocco was merely treated as a backdrop at shoots, Hajjaj eclipsed limiting stereotypes with expansive, complex personalities.
The art of Soviet Russia may not strike the viewer as free or autonomous, but the artistic developments that flourished in this period influenced many important movements of 20th century art.
Senegalese economist Felwine Sarr and French art historian Bénédicte Savoy were charged by the French president to develop a clear framework for the potential restitution of African art to several African nations.
Whether or not one considers Picasso a prodigy, Musée d’Orsay’s Picasso. Blue and Rose allows the public to bask in the world of a young, energetic, and sensitive artist.
An exhibition at the Louvre-Lens gathers 19th-century Persian artworks, design objects, fashion, photos, and more, many of them on view outside Tehran for the first time.
In this retrospective of Ali Akbar Sadeghi’s work, visitors enter the labyrinthine world of the artist’s practice which includes paintings, illustrations, poems, sculptures, stained glass, installations, and animation.