A sarcophagus found beneath the floor slabs of the Paris church belonged to Antoine de la Porte, who provided financial contributions for the cathedral’s choir.
The work belongs to the collection of French billionaire François Pinault, one of the richest men in the world.
Curated by Nathalie Herschdorfer, the exhibition showcases one of Solomon’s earliest projects in the most complete survey of the series ever presented.
During her last decade of life Gabori created abstract, large-scale paintings that map her emotional memory of her ancestral home.
The largest international fair dedicated to photography will bring together 184 exhibitors from 31 countries in the heart of Paris this November.
French artist Christophe Guinet’s mesmerizing plaster sculptures mimic the ability of trees to assume other forms.
Inspired by the journey made by the epic hero Homer’s Odyssey, a show at Villa Carmignac combines myth with contemporary issues.
The shutoff will conserve power as Russia tightens its grip on natural gas resources.
We know from historical records that the female-born French saint presented as a man with short black hair. Why, then, is she so damn feminine in artistic portrayals?
Pioneers at Paris’s Musée du Luxembourg places a particular emphasis on women artists who challenged and subverted conventional norms of gender presentation, sexuality, motherhood, and race.
Fans of director Claire Denis should check the film out, but as an agnostic, I find it one of her few truly awful pictures.
“Think of the planet,” said the vandal, who claimed to be a climate activist and was disguised as a woman in a wheelchair.