Tomorrow, October 15th, is the opening of the exhibition Tu m’ouvres tes bras et on fait un pays : Brésil, corps et démocratie at the Galerie Ilian Rebei in Paris. The exhibition coincides with this electoral period in Brazil and bring together Brazilian artists from different generations that research the theme of the body and… Continue reading Tu m’ouvres tes bras et on fait un pays
The last weekend was the last to visit the exhibition: Julie Manet. La mémoire impressionniste organised by the Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris. A fascinating exhibition on a woman with a thousand faces: Daughter, wife, model, muse, patron… The exhibition brought together a large number of masterpieces, saw it was an amazing opportunity to admire… Continue reading Review: Julie Manet’s Exhibition
L’Académie Julian was a private art school for painting and sculpture founded by Rodolphe Julian, who was a painter and a teacher, in 1867 in Paris, it was active from 1868 through 1968. L’Académie remained famous not only for the number and quality of the artists who attended in the early 20th century, which was… Continue reading What was L’Académie Julian?