The exhibition, “The Angel of the Odd – Dark Romanticism from Goya to Max Ernst” opens at the Musée d’Orsay. It brings together around 200 works: paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures from the late 18th century to the early 20th century, as well as twelve films from the inter-war period.
‘ France ’ Category
Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat is organised around visionary painting and sculpture.This year the guest artist is Siegfried Zademack, a German fantastic painter.
From Russia to Australia to London, Paris and Vienna to the West coast of the United States, twelve artists (5 women and 7 men) unite on a quest to evoke the sacred.
For some 20 years Lukáš Kándl has co-operated with the Droit de Regard Gallery, in the center Arcachon, France. Starting with a few small paintings, Lukáš now displays very large artworks and permanently occupies 2/3 of the whole surface area, with a total of about 50 paintings.
Dreams & Divinities – Sacred Expressions from Women 13 painters and 8 poets from around the world, is a book by Liba WS. Dreams & Divinities is a 120 page visual and poetic journey which unfolds through love, the Goddess and God, creation, nature, introspection, mythology and compassion.
Artist Santiago Ribeiro the curator of the very successful “Surrealism Now” exhibition in Cumbria, Portugal, in collaboration with Liba Waring Stambollion have organised a quality exhibition in the heart of Paris at Dorothy’s Gallery, the American Center for the arts. The exhibition brings together artists from diverse countries, such as France, Portugal, Russia, United States, Czech Republic, Vietnam and Latvia.
This year’s theme is: “2012, Visions of a New World.” Many expectations abound about 2012, and possible endings of the world as we know it. Are we at the end of the easy times? In any case, people will gather on 11th February, for the visions of “Dali‘s heirs” to take in concepts for a better world.