Caleme or Caroline Le Meur, is a French artist who was born in Alsace and grew up immersed in the world of paper since the family business involved selling paper. She began her artistic career as a fresco painter.
Caleme then went to live in China where she enriched her artistic techniques, in particular learning the paper cutting arts from masters of the traditional techniques.
The MAGNIN-A Art Gallery presents Allegoria, the latest series of photographs by Omar Victor Diop, at Paris Photo, the international art fair held from 11 to 14 November 2021 in the Grand Palais temporary exhibition area.
At the end of September, Monaco hosted LUXE PACK, the premier international trade event in the luxury packaging field for over 30 years.
Every year, the fair brings together manufacturers of creative packaging from more than 30 different countries.
Why number 88? 88, which we find in the watermark of this ARCHES® art publishing paper, is the code number of the Department of the Vosges in France. The town of Arches is situated in the Vosges, in the heart of a papermaking region. ARCHES® therefore benefits from a regional
What does the acronym BFK (Rives) stand for?
A small family concern created in 1787 in Rives, in the French Department of Isère, the Blanchet de Rives paper mill became Blanchet Frères & Kléber in 1820 when brothers Augustin and Victor Blanchet joined forces with Jean-Antoine Didier Kléber.
Today, ARCHES® is very proud to present to photographers & printmakers its new range of papers for high-end fine art digital printing. These papers have an innovative surface coating specially developed by its research centres. These are the whitest papers on the market made on a cylinder mould without optical brighteners!
Picasso and the Comic Strip was the theme of one of the two not-to-be-missed exhibitions at the Musée Picasso in Paris at the end of 2020. The second one entitled Picasso Poet was to have run at the same time. They shared a common theme, the link between text and image in the work of Pablo Picasso.
Giang Dinh was born in Hue, Vietnam in 1966. When he was about 7 years old, his parents gave him some books on origami. He studied architecture, but the Vietnam War broke out and the family lost everything. But he still had in his memory a few traditional origami models that he had learned from those books. He moved to the United States to continue his architecture studies. The one day in 1996, by chance he came across one of the books he parents had given him in a bookshop…
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