French photographer Charles Pétillon, truly captivates and mesmerises us with his series ‘Invasions.’ From Shanghai to Etna, Pétillon takes us on a journey across the globe through his magical installations. Continue reading
From February, get immersed at the Ateliers des Lumières in Van Gogh’s magical universe. Artsper has prepared for you 10 facts about this tormented genius. Continue reading 10 Things You Should Know About Vincent Van Gogh
This year, the MET New York is dedicating an exceptional retrospective to Lucio Fontana. Learn more about the life and work of a visionary artist. Continue reading Lucio Fontana, A Visionary Artist
Robert Mapplethorpe produced works that blurred the lines of the obscene and the elegant. Learn about the life and work of this controversial photographer. Continue reading Robert Mapplethorpe: Subversion and Elegance
From February to May, discover Vasarely’s work at the Centre Pompidou. Artsper flies you to the moon for an odyssey in the heart of the 60s Space Age. Continue reading Vasarely, an Icon of the Space Age
Auguste Rodin, gave a new lease of life to the medium of sculpture with his innovative techniques and approach to bronze and marble sculptures. Continue reading 8 things you should know about Auguste Rodin
It’s rare to come across a person who doesn’t like Claude Monet’s paintings. He is a master of impressionism, but do you truly know this great painter? Continue reading 11 things you should know about Claude Monet
The artist is often presented as a solitary genius. Yet, love and intimacy in life is at the heart of artistic creation. Here we explore famous couples in art. Continue reading The legendary couples of the art world
Artsper helps you discover works by women artists who use art to reflect on women and their status in the society. Here are feminist artists you should know! Continue reading 5 Women Artists and Feminists!
In this article we explore eroticism, a lesser known side of César’s art. Although some works clearly have carnal references, others make more subtle allusions… Continue reading The eroticism of César’s art in 5 anecdotes.