‘Heavenly Bodies’: record-breaking attendance and its momentum for the Met

Nearly a month before its close, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Costume Institute’s blockbuster exhibition ‘Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination’ saw its 1 millionth visitor. The exhibition, […]

The Art of the Game: in-game photography makes way for blurry lines between video game and art

What constitutes art and can video games fall into the confines of it as a category? This question is quite frankly one that verges on that which is trite and […]

Is Art Connoisseurship really dead?

Art connoisseurship is the ability to look at a work and know almost instinctively who painted the picture, or who created the work. The question of whether art connoisseurship is dead came up […]

Long live the end of summer ! (III)

Valéria If I had to mark this fall by one other event, it would be the bonus and the privilege of having attended a private screening of Valéria Bruni-Tedeschi’s latest […]

Long live the end of summer ! (II)

Anne Teresa A feeling of patriotic pride came over me when I attended the opening of the retrospective of Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s work during the Fall Festival. On September […]

Long live the end of summer ! (I)

The Paris Fall Festival featuring Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker and even Valéria Bruni-Tedeschi as seen by Dominique Païni… Fall in Paris   The Paris Fall Festival is one way to […]