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Cristina Escobar artwork

Cristina Escobar

Cristina Escobar is an artist of Cuban origin who works in a minimalist style, and whose creations often relate to subjects like memory, travel, time, displacement and borders. She earned a diploma in Plastic Arts, Photography and Cinema at the Academy of Plastic Arts of Santiago de Cuba in 1996. 10 years later, in France, she graduated from the ENSAD art school in Nancy with a BNSEP diploma in Visual Expression and a DNAP in Plastic Arts.

ARCHES® INTIMATE MOMENTS

Discover what goes on behind the scenes at the Arches paper mill. ARCHES® lifts the veil a little with its new video program entitled ARCHES® Intimate Moments.

Magnificent photos by Sarah Moon on display at La Galerie Dior

La Galerie Dior, which opened its doors to the public in March 2022, offers visitors from all over the world the chance to plunge into the world of the House of Dior. A unique repository of a unique history, La Galerie Dior also exhibits, in a dialogue with its collections, works of art such as Sarah Moon’s photographs.

Romain Froquet and Christin Georgel, a successful collaboration!

The coming together of the creative mind of one and the technical skills of the other has produced this splendid 5-colour lithograph – including 2 colours using the reduction method – a limited edition of 15 lithographs printed on ARCHES® 88 300 gsm paper. Christin Georgel printed it at his printing shop En l’encre nous croyons in Gérardmer under the watchful eye of its creator Romain Froquet.
Carlos Rodríguez Casado

Carlos Rodríguez Casado

Born in Palencia in Spain in 1993, Carlos Rodríguez Casado is a passionate portrait artist and caricaturist who works as a press and editorial illustrator. His illustrations, done exclusively in watercolour, are mainly published in the Spanish daily El Mundo, but he has also worked for MTV, Jot Down, Interviú, Metrópoli as well as taking part in various publishing projects.

Gérard Garouste retrospective at the Centre Pompidou

From 7 September 2022 to 2 January 2023, the Centre Pompidou is devoting a major retrospective to Gérard Garouste, one of France’s most important contemporary painters. The exhibition presents 120 important works by the artist along with graphic works for which the preparatory studies were done on Velin d’ARCHES® and Velin BFK Rives® paper.
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