Orianne Castel

Orianne Castel est artiste (galerie Marina Bastianello) et critique d'art (membre de l'AICA), elle est rédactrice en chef d’Art Critique.

The esthetics of re-creation

A month ago, Rennes University Press published the latest edition of the Modern Arts collection. Editors Dominique Chateau and José Moure (both professors at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) […]

Righting the wrongs: artists and the suburbs

In second-hand shops one is still likely to find postcards that depict the advent of large housing developments. These postcards, which display bright colours even though the buildings they display […]

Modern grids: sensual and poetic

From July 4 to August 31, the Maubert Gallery is hosting a group exhibition of artists which all revolve around an iconic design of modernity: the grid. By bringing together […]

Dan Flavin’s light

“Light cannot be considered an objective phenomenon, but that is precisely how I see it”. Dan Flavin, born in New York in 1933, was a minimalist artist known for creating […]

The Discrete Channel with Noise

As part of the PHoto Espana festival, the Madrid Cultural Centre is hosting an exhibition featuring British artist Clare Strand until July 1. Known for her black and white photographs […]

Contemporary art’s moral turning point

The most recent book by Carole Talon-Hugon has just been published by éditions PUF. Entitled L’art sous contrôle (Art Under Control), the book provides an overview of contemporary art where […]

An interview with publisher and printer Michael Woolworth

Photographs by Guillaume de Sardes Michael Woolworth is a printer and publisher. In his workshop located at 2 rue de la Roquette in Paris’ 11th arrondissement he makes prints exclusively […]