Warning: this is an X-rated exhibition, with representations of penises and vaginas galore, but never has “porn” been so sparkly and glamorous – so much fun! For the first show to be held in contemporary art dealer Daniel Templon’s second Paris … Read More
The magical Musée des Arts and Métiers is one of Paris’s neglected treasures. While hordes of visitors are trying to get a snapshot of Mona at the Louvre, only a handful are marveling at the early flying machines hanging from … Read More
The Fondation Cartier has just extended the end date of the exhibition “Junya Ishigami: Freeing Architecture” to September 9, and I am very grateful. Otherwise, I might have missed this superb exhibition of the work of a rather madly creative … Read More
I must admit I was a bit leery about seeing the Mary Cassatt (1844-1926) exhibition at the Musée Jacquemart-André, fearing an overdose of saccharine paintings of babies and mothers, but I’m glad I went. I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of … Read More
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