Albert Marquet: Peintre du Temps Suspendu

February 7, 2010 | By Heidi Ellison | Archive

If Poussin Painted Like a Child “La Varenne Saint-Hilaire, la Barque” (1913). © Richard Nathanson, London/ADAGP, Paris 2016 At first glance, many of the paintings of Albert Marquet (1875-1947) look simple, almost childlike. There is great power in that simplicity, … Read More

L’Art en Guerre

February 7, 2010 | By Heidi Ellison | Archive

Explaining Art in War Is an Uphill Battle Picasso’s ”L’Aubade” (”Tombstone,” 1942). © Centre Pompidou, MNAM-CCI, Dist. RMN/Christian Bahier/Philippe Migeat © Succession Picasso 2012 “L’Art en Guerre” (“Art in Wartime”) at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris … Read More

Lucio Fontana: Retrospective

February 7, 2010 | By Claudia Barbieri | Archive

Homage to the ManWho Invented Attack Art “Concetto Spaziale, New York 10” (1962) © Fondazione Lucio Fontana, Milano/by SIAE/Adagp, Paris 2014 For two decades after World War I, Lucio Fontana was, literally, at the cutting edge of Italian contemporary art. … Read More

Keith Haring: The Political Line

February 7, 2010 | By Leaf Arbuthnot | Archive

Red Haring SendsStrong Political Message “The Tree of Monkeys” (1984). © Keith Haring Foundation Known for its bold lines, vivid colors and violent imagery, Keith Haring’s art has always packed a punch. It has also always been political, as demonstrated … Read More

Louis Stettner: Here There

February 7, 2010 | By Michael Sommers | Archive

A Photographer’s Magical Humanism “Manhattan from the Brooklyn Promenade” (1954). © Centre Pompidou/Dist. RMN-GP. © Louis Stettner Over the years, I’ve ping-ponged between Paris and New York, taking advantage of these highly photogenic and oft-photographed cities’ remarkable museums and galleries. … Read More