The British artist and designer Chris Labrooy creates virtual but hyperrealistic sculptures that amazed people because of its realistic aspects. The yellow intestine provokes disgust but also catch people’s attention. A mix between the strange and the beautiful, “Flight Intestine” is the must-see of the week!
Discover “Flight Intestine” and other works by Chris Labrooy on https://www.behance.net/chrislabrooy
The German writer, film-maker and art critic Heinz Peter Schwerfel made an autobiographical documentary about one of the most important contemporary artist Christian Boltanski. “The possible lives of Christian Boltanski”, which is a kind of the artist’s confession, makes the viewers travel around the world, (Paris, Berlin, Japan) and make them discover his strory and his unknown artworks. Christian Boltanski has been awarded the Goslar “Kaiserring” and the Japanese “Praemium Imperiale”.
Heinz Peter Schwerfel / “The possible lives of Christian Boltanski”/ Arte Editions / http://boutique.arte.tv/f5054-vies_possibles_de_christian_boltanski
The 4th October 2014, Paris will be transformed into an open-air contemporary art museum. About fifty artists, including Swoon, SpY, Borondo, Tristan Eaton and Thomas Canto, will exhibit their installations and permanent artworks. Directed by José-Manuel Gonçalvès, the boss of the art center; CentQuatre, the Nuit Blanche will take place this year on the left bank of Paris. “For this edition, we wanted to go to different territories by drawing the grande randonnée artistique (GRA) way”, said Gonçalvès. The visitors will be able to discover freely 6 steps of this event without queuing, that’s the advantage of an open-air exhibition. The event will start this Saturday (October 4) at 7pm and will end at 7am on Sunday (October 5) with two brunchs at Necker hospital and at the City of Fashion and Design.
Nuit Blanche, Paris / Start at Austerlitz station, 13th district /from Saturday at 7pm to Sunday at 7am / http://quefaire.paris.fr/nuitblanche
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Meeting with self-taught artist Mi-KL at his home in Rixensart. An invitation to vibrations and colors!
Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World has opened on the 24th June and is on until the 25th October 2015, featuring more than 100 works, from early carvings to the later works in bronze and wood. It also displays the personal photograph albums compiled with her second husband Ben Nicholson.