It began yesterday and hit the ground running. Artsper set off to explore the 46th edition of the FIAC at the Grand Palais. Take an exclusive look at this year’s must-see stands! Continue reading Spotted at the FIAC 2019: our favourite stands
From October 17th to 20th, the Grand Palais hosts the 46th edition of FIAC, the International Contemporary Art Fair. Artsper dicloses in this article what you need to know about FIAC 2019. An event not to be missed in Paris! Continue reading What you need to know about FIAC 2019
Join us today through the streets of New York and discover the hidden part of the city, it may surprise you. Continue reading Where to find art in the streets of New York?
Artsper suggests a selection of exhibitions and artistic events for the beginning of autumn, to ease the end-of-summer blues. Continue reading What to do in autumn
In the art market, some paintings are sold for millions. Don’t wait to find out on Artsper our top of the most expensive artworks in the world today ! Continue reading The most expensive artworks in the world in 2019
Artsper and ART KIDS Paris are teaming up to introduce children to art and encourage access to art for all ages. Continue reading Artsper & ART KIDS Paris: art for little ones!
Contemporary Art is generally classified as artworks made during or after 1945, so from just after the Second World War right up to modern day. Within this period there is a huge range in styles, genres, and approaches, and it can be hard to know where to start. Artsper has brought together 25 examples of contemporary artwork that we think are most important to know about – from the most famous pieces to the lesser known, rising talents. Continue reading 25 Works of Contemporary Art You Need to See
The french capital city and its prestigious museums always attracts artists and tourists. Find out the contemporary artworks to see absolutely in Paris! Continue reading 5 contemporary artworks to see in Paris
When you think of museums, you probably think of old, ornate buildings, but this isn’t always the case… There are some museums which are the total opposite of what you’d expect. They’re funny, they’re impressive, sometimes they’re a bit frightening, often they’re totally unique. Continue reading The World’s Weirdest Museums
Born in 1904, German and then French naturalized, Hans Hartung is considered as one of the fathers of abstract art, but also of tachisme. Full of dynamism and freedom, Hans Hartung’s artworks are driven by the desire to develop a new pictorial language. Continue reading 10 Things to know about Hans Hartung