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...level to the gypsum plateaus on either side. Despite the great distance that the plates span, all four can be seen and explored from either end of the sculpture. East-West/West-East is the second installation by the world-renowned artist Richard Serra; it follows the artist’s first public...

...different forms. With Avongorge, Richard Long modestly shows the drawings formed by water projected on a rock wall. Dennis Oppenheim uses the landscape as a support on which he leaves ephemeral traces. The walk is a means of expression for the artist who uses nature as a material. And the work...

...Boltanski. It is installed in Chile’s Atacama Desert. It is composed of eight hundred small Japanese bells attached to long stems planted in the ground. The bells, chiming to the wind, let out the “music of the souls”. They are placed as to reproduce the map of the stars on the night the...

...exhibition, inspired by Burle Marx’s designs, makes up for its relatively small size with an intense economy of means. Plants and trees support and contrast with each other, on the basis of size, color, texture, and the kind of flora set in close contact with each other. Unlike Burle...

Since 1974 and every year at the end of October, the Foire International d’Art Contemporain (FIAC) hosts art professionals, collectors, artists and amateurs of contemporary creation at the Grand Palais in Paris. Since 2006, the FIAC also offers to the public a program entitled hors les murs...

...twenty-five years, the Festival International des Jardins (the International Garden Festival) creates a true worldwide, panoramic view of landscaping creations by opening thirty new gardens each year. This year, the theme is Gardens from the Coming Century: an invitation to discover new ways of...

...Recycling Figures by Henry Moore, L’Arbre des voyelles by Penone or Le Bel costume, a white, red, black and blue resin sculpture by Jean Dubuffet: a small museum of sculpture’s greatest names in one of Paris’s most beautiful gardens. Tuileries Garden From the last Sunday in March to...

For the past six months, the Turbine Hall of the Tate Gallery (London) has been hosting Empty Lot, a monumental in situ installation by Mexican artist Abraham Cruzvillegas. He was invited by the Hyundai Commission, which selects each year an artist to use this impressive space - 115 feet high and...

...years. It opens with a meditation by Maryline Desbiolles on the forest and its imprint on our imagination and that of artists. The book then focuses on the works of eight artists: Doucet, Denis, Rahmoun, Dezoteux, Boeno, Le Deunff, Peinado, Vonier. The publication comes with a helpful map which...

...by the students of the Ecole Supérieure des Beaux Arts of Tours-Angers-Le Mans, who are more accustomed to the wings of the Louvre or the Vatican. For these young restorers, this was an opportunity to experience teamwork and to familiarize themselves with materials used in contemporary...