Researcher and art historian Jonathan Fineberg discusses the evolutionary and neurological benefits of looking at art.
Blissfully, there are no overly odious attempts at scientific explanation of color, just a wide gamut of art and craft achievements to experience and appreciate.
Claire Malrieux’s digital artwork “Climat Général” at the Collège des Bernardins features abstract forms that shift in response to weather data, evoking humanity’s environmental impact.
On Wednesday, Deborah De Robertis was acquitted for her performance in which she shouted, “Mona Lisa, my pussy, my copyright,” while revealing her vagina.
In the often derelict but delicate works of Rolf Julius, subtle noise vibrations become palpable, physical things.
Launched in 2015, Dadaclub.online made high-quality scans of three dozen Dada works available for reinterpretation by new media artists. Now, 27 of the resulting remixes are on view in Paris.
Magic mushrooms can create a headspace where erudition and imagination become artistic affiliates, but in this show, the trickster disorientation of collage is the closest we get to that experience.
Portraits by Cézanne at the Musée d’Orsay includes 60 psychologically loaded canvases from all periods of the artist’s career.
Heroic risk is evident in the Slovenian organization of the 32nd Biennial of Graphic Arts, which goes so far as to adopt the chance-based exquisite cadaver game as a model.
A major retrospective of the French artist’s work at the Centre Pompidou-Metz highlights how he anticipated the accelerating mechanization of human life.
Alia Farid, for her first show in Paris, uses the graphic look of conceptual art to fashion an installation that explores a museum’s failure.