Artsper, in partnership with Chais d’oeuvre, invites you to discover 5 vineyard estates where the alliance of art and vines has never been so fertile. Continue reading Vineyard Estates, New Open-Air Museums…
2019, what a year! Artsper was spoilt for choice when deciding our favourite exhibitions of 2019: competition was fierce! Check out our thoughts on some of the world’s most exceptional exhibitions this year. Continue reading Our 10 favourite exhibitions of 2019
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
From Brittany to Provence, discover France’s best sculpture parks. Towering structures coexist alongside pastoral Arcadias, drenching contemporary art’s finest sculpture in any element nature is prepared to offer. Artsper invites you on a virtual tour of France’s best kept cultural secrets. Continue reading France’s 10 Best Sculpture Parks
We hear it everywhere: Berlin is THE place to be for contemporary art in Europe! Young, open-minded, dynamic and offbeat, everything can happen in Berlin and “underground” is the word in every mouth. Many internationally-renowned artists have chosen this city to live and work/establish their studio such as Wolfgang Tillmanns, Olafur Eliasson, and Daniel Richter to name a few. Here are a few places that … Continue reading Contemporary Art in Berlin!
Alexander Calder is a virtuoso of balancing, a master scholar of spatial harmony, playing with the counterbalance of unchanging masses. This major artist of the 20th century, having worked beside Miro, Arman andMondrian, is today one of the most popular artists in the market. Born in the USA in 1898 and deceased in 1976, Alexander Calder is acclaimed by all the biggest museums in the … Continue reading 10 things to know about Alexander Calder