Duy Anh Nhan Duc : Fragile beauty

Duy Anh Nhan Duc

After Lee Bae’s charcoal “contemporary cave” in 2015, Shouchiku Tanabe’s monumental bamboo tree in 2016, Min Jung-Yeon’s bewitching birch forest in 2019, and Daniel Arsham’s Zen garden last year, it is a celestial landscape of dandelion egrets, all poetry and lightness, that Duy Anh Nhan Duc has unfolded under the dome of the Guimet Museum. […]



If all artists are just a little like magicians, for some, their relationship with matter and its transformation is a real transmutation. Thus, Lionel Sabatté paints by oxidation, sculpts reinforced concrete, and gives new life to dust, skin remnants, and dead trees. A blossoming of forms and materials transcending the boundaries of art and the […]


Sally Mann

After the wonderful retrospective at the Jeu de Paume in 2019, the Karsten Greve gallery offers us the pleasure of diving back into the ghostly landscapes of the American artist who has made photography a memorial quest on the edge of dream and reality.

François Réau at Fontevraud

After taking over the choir of the Royal Abbey Church at the end of a creative residency in 2019, the visual artist François Réau completed the engraved decoration of a new bell last June, a small 3.3-tonne brass bumblebee, as part of an original project combining age-old bell art with contemporary creation.