Art musts of the Week: 5 - 11 January 2014

January 07, 2015

What you must know: Anish Kapoor next guest @Château de Versailles.

Famous sculptor Anish Kapoor will be the next contemporary artist to be given a one-man show at the Château de Versailles,  said the palace’s chief official, Catherine Pégard, said in an interview. The solo show will run from June to October. “It’s not simple to choose an artist for Versailles,” Ms. Pégard said. “It’s not a museum, or a gallery or an exhibition space.” She said that Mr. Kapoor, 60, had been chosen “because he has something particular to say in this setting.”

What you must see: Last month of the exhibition Niki de Saint Phalle @ Grand Palais in Paris

You haven't been yet to the retrospective of Niki de Saint Phalle in Paris? Hurry up the exhibition will end the 2 of February. Niki de Saint Phalle (1930-2002) is one of the most renowned artists from the mid-twentieth century. Throughout her prolific career, Saint Phalle created a complex body of work in various media which was deeply embedded with socio-political issues.

What you must have: Design by Andrea Branzi

Famous italian designer Andrea Branzi explores design as an experiment and a permanent search. His work is mostly made of unique pieces or very little edition series. For the first time, the Musée des arts décoratifs et du Design celebrate his career with a solo exhibition. 

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