Bonjoouur! And a thousand pardons for my long silence, it was essential for my university degree, as well as my mental detoxification. Now I am full of joy to make this summer much better than the beginning 2020 was. So many ideas for some new projects, I hardly keep up with my head. One of it is to launch a sort of Parisian museum guide for you which is based on an acquaintance of the place and its big names, some facts you gonna remember visiting Paris. And today we start with the one which I personally find so romantic and inspiring, the Musée Rodin, located in the heart of the city, and however, still hidden from the eyes.
Hi, guys! It’s been a while. Hope all of you are well and safe. Today I’m coming with a short-list of films about the art world at the turn of the XX century. Some artists are definitely familiar to you, while others could maybe attract the interest. Anyway, even if you just want to watch something aesthetically inspiring during this last weeks of the isolation, these movies are for you.
It was a necessary, the city was too crowded and unhealthy, but it was also a desire of Napoleon III to mark one more time his position and power. With the prefect Georges-Eugène Haussmann they planned the «reorganisation» of Paris, which was full of tiny, messy streets at that time. A lot of boulevards and avenues were constructed, such as the Boulevard Haussmann which brings us to the Galeries Lafayette. As well as one of the longest street in Paris, rue de Rivoli, the one on the left side of the Louvre parallel to the Seine. After visiting England, Napoleon decided also to make more green zones, as a result, we have the parc Monceau, the Parc des Buttes Chaumont and others. These novelties inspired parisiens to walk more, enjoy the city and get the aesthetic pleasure. Later we gonna call such people flâneurs, strollers.
Starting the new week, I gonna tell you a bit about one of my personal visual pleasures, Art Informel, oh pardon, Informalism. I feel the taste of strawberries, pronouncing it in French. So, this « is a pictorial movement from the 1940s–1950s, that includes all the abstract and gestural tendencies that developed in France and the rest of Europe during the World War II, parallel to American abstract expressionism », announces us our dear Wikipedia. And I announce you, that it is a genuine union of color, movement and passion.
Greeting the second month of isolation in France, art lovers already got a habit of online viewing rooms, so, voilà, something new for you, guys. Somebody said: «I will turn this anger into something beautiful». This artists definitely did it. Spaced in lost, «a nomadic exhibition concept», presents us a completely 3D model of a gallery and it’s virtual exhibition «LONELY». Personally, I got a feeling playing Sims...
It’s Monday, new week, new day, new beginnings. So, why not to start with a brief History of Arts class which, maybe, will help you to better understand and accept the Contemporary art. Today I propose you to think about the real value of "a concept", the way we use this word every day, and mostly to express our own ideas.
If you have already watched all online courses, cleaned up your storeroom, got your belly ready for the first vacation after this dramatic quarantine and, still, try to benefit staying at home and find some inspiration, I propose you to follow the new forced fashion of digital art exhibitions with an American contemporary art David Zwirner Gallery.
Весь этот год будет посвящен теме “(RE) GENERATION!”. Она определяет все основные темы, с которыми пришлось столкнуться поколению Y и Z, молодым людям в возрасте до 30 лет, которые столкнулись с экономическим кризисом, проблемами экологии, проблемами национальной и личностной идентификации. Эти люди "глобально" подходят сегодня к выбору продукции для себя и своего окружения.