There is a new exhibition in the Hall Napoleon of the Louvre that is a must-see show for anyone that is a fan of Italian art and culture. A Dream of Italy: The Marquis Campana’s Collection is aptly named.
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There are many art lovers and critics in America that revere the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat. The young artist made a big impression on the scene in New York City with his commentaries on African American culture and conflict in America. His work was bold and beautiful and gave a voice to a minority that may have otherwise been overlooked in the art world.
When we say the name Picasso and ask people to describe his figures, many will immediately think of the distorted, Cubist faces. This is understandable, as this is the period that is arguably his most famous. However, there are pieces of work in Picasso’s catalogue that are much softer and more feminine.
It is hard to know when The Lady and the Unicorn was first woven. The difference between the time of conception and the time of completion of this 6 piece tapestry could be vast. Historians place it around 1500, viewing it as one of the most important pieces to come from that period between the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
On September 15th and 16th, Paris opens its doors to you. Visit the city’s museums, institutions and monuments for free on the occasion of the Journées du Patrimoine (Heritage Days), allowing you to explore the magnificent cultural heritage of the capital. During this unique weekend, a host of Parisian cultural venues invite you to enjoy enriching and fascinating visits. It’s a weekend not to be missed.
Gustav Klimt is famous for his bold use of colour and gold surrounding the female form. The Kiss is perhaps his most infamous work and one that captures these elements perfectly. Yet, there is more to this artist and his work. The Atelier des Lumières in Paris is currently showing an interactive, multimedia experience show that takes visitors on a journey through six themes of his work.