PARIS Spring & Summer Art Season 2018


Until 14 April

Giovanni Bosco - Master of Everything
Christian Berst Art Brut

Christian Berst gallery is proud to present the second exhibition dedicated to Giovanni Bosco’s works. Afflicted by all kind of misfortune, his smile and his tendency to transform everything in art and poetry was not stopped.

Art became a remedy. He was lost to cancer in 2009 when, thanks to the photographer Boris Piot, his rare genius was finally discovered and recognised


Until 20 May

Ceija Stojka, a Roma Artist of Her Century
La Maison Rouge

Borned from a horse traders Lovara community from center Europe she survived three concentration camps, Auschwitz-Birkenau, Ravensbrück and and Bergen-Belsen. she is the first Roma woman that has ever told and shared this experience.

After decades of silence her memories became a touching artistic narrative of her story.


Until 7 July

Rodin On Dance
Musée Rodin

The encounter with the dancer of his period as Loïe Fuller, Isadora Duncan, the Japanese Hanako and the dancers of the national Cambodian ballet led to the blending of dance and sculpture.

Rodin was attracted and put the attention on every kind of dance, from the oriental and regional to cabaret. The exhibition displays the “Dance Movements” series plus 50 drawings, photos and antiques.


Until 26 May

Just Behind
1831 Art Gallery

Pedro Correa, Spanish photographer; Ransome Stanley, figurative painter; Aude Herlédan, French painter and sculptor.

This three artist share with us their thoughts, their inner thought, making us to find the invisible through the visible with the personal perception and subjective reading of these works of art.


Until 13 May

Dutch Artist in Paris 1789-1914
Petit Palais Musée des Beaux-Arts de La Ville De Paris

Paris and its influence and revolutionary impact on the Danish painting. Attracted by the City of Lights, this eight danish painters leaves their country to find new inspirations. You have the chance to discover Paris through the view of dutch masters from van Gogh to Mondrian and Jongkind.

Organised in collaboration with the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, and the exceptional support of RKD, the Netherlands Institute for Art History, The Hague.


Until 2 September

Margiela, Les Années Hermès
Musée des Arts Décoratifs (MAD Paris)

The tribute to an important figure of the fashion world, one of the most avant-guards and innovative designer of our time.

His signature monochromatic colours, far from the Hermes orange, mark an important fashion chapter, during the collaboration between his house and the Hermes one from 1997 to 2003.


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Stay tuned for more Art-Buzz.

We keep our ears to the ground, checking what's moving and shaking.

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