Tanner avoided the cameras for much of his life, but a new documentary on Black American creatives who moved to France finds candid home movie footage of him.
Coinciding with today’s trial for the alleged accomplices in the 2015 terrorist attack which killed 11 employees, the satirical paper reprinted the drawings.
The show at the Pompidou Center demonstrates that the artists’ reputation as “ephemeral architects” or “temporary monument” makers is incomplete, if not altogether incorrect.
Alternately funny, melancholic, erotic, and political, the Moroccan artist’s Bedworks series offers compassionate images of men blissfully enjoying themselves.
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.
The raffle for Pablo Picasso’s “Nature Morte” (1921) raised over $5.59 million, most of which will be used to provide clean drinking water and renovate facilities in Cameroon, Madagascar, and Morocco.
Released jointly, two studies by UNESCO and the International Council of Museums (ICOM) also say that nearly 90% of the world’s 95,000 museums have temporarily closed during the pandemic.
No exhibition of any pretension is complete without lasting proof of its existence, preferably in print on coated paper.
Sama for All, founded by Souad Nanaa, is a nonprofit that trains displaced people for employment in French museums and cultural organizations.
ART ON STRIKE was created in early December as trade unions called for protests against the government’s new pension scheme and has since been consistent in organizing protests and demonstrations.
The museum is offering visitors a last chance to view its massive survey of the Italian master’s works, offering free admission from 9pm to 8:30am.
While working with Le Corbusier and his cousin, Pierre Jeanneret, for 10 years, Perriand advanced her vision of modern living.