A new exhibition of Didier Clad’s work is running at the Cave de Ribeauvillé (France, Alsace region) from 28 June to 31 September 2023.
For this exhibition, the artist is presenting works from his studio as well as works created specially for this event.
Jennia Aponte is an artist who excels in the art of collage. She selects and meticulously assembles fragments of stories to tell another story and explore the infinite possibilities of the imagination.
Publishing house Two Rivers Press has just published a book, Botaniphoria, whose subtitle “A cabinet of botanical curiosities” is more than justified: it contains watercolours painted by Asuka Hishiki on ARCHES® Aquarelle hot pressed 300 gsm paper.
The “Pointe & Burin 2023” exhibition entitled “Grabados d’hier et d’aujourd’hui” will run from 25 May to 17 June at the Fondation Taylor in Paris. This year’s exhibition is devoted to the Hispanic world and puts a spotlight on contemporary printmakers whilst paying tribute to their predecessors.
From 28 April to 16 September 2023, the Municipal Archives in Lyon are organising a retrospective exhibition of photographs by Bruno Paccard entitled “Des matières et des atmosphères” (Materials and Atmospheres).
The zodiac calendars of Vietnam and China are very similar, but differ on two points: in the Vietnamese calendar the buffalo replaces the Chinese ox, and similarly, the Vietnamese cat replaces the Chinese rabbit.
To celebrate the 2023 lunar new year, Vietnamese American artist Giang Dinh has created a series of sublime works using coffee, tea and ink on ARCHES® Aquarelle Rough paper.
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.
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.
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