10 Out of the Ordinary Books of Contemporary Art

François Mitterrand’s birthday gifts, a bicycle for divorcing couples, the smallest atlas in the world… The artists’ books do not know the syndrome of the blank page! Humor, craziness and oneirism go hand in hand in these objects full of an unshakeable charm. A complete work of art, the artist book combines artistic beauty with fields of ideas. Born in the 60s, this object is … Continue reading 10 Out of the Ordinary Books of Contemporary Art

10 ballets at the boundary of dance and visual arts

The time for the great return of the total work of art has come ! When visual artists decide to leave  their prints on the body of the ballet, it results in a melting pot as suave as a painting in motion, ballet paintings, or ballets at the crossroads of a visual and a sound work of art. Architecture, movement, gesture, space, perspective, create a … Continue reading 10 ballets at the boundary of dance and visual arts

Sculpture and Installation: the best of 2016

How about seeing the big picture! Monumental art, even an extraordinary one, here’s the spectacle offered by the public works, booming in our cities and countrysides. Artsper has returned to the creations of 2016, which has been amusing us for the past few months, followed by a foretaste of the ones, awaiting us in 2017. Public sculptures or installations are destined to make a space … Continue reading Sculpture and Installation: the best of 2016

Top 10 of 2016 artistic news

Because of strong political and social twists such as Brexit and the last American elections, 2016 will be held in memories. But the contemporary art world has not been left behind and our team has selected for you its top 10 of art news to remember.  1. The artist Tania Bruguera anounces its candidacy to the presidencial elections  The artist and activist Tania Bruguera is known … Continue reading Top 10 of 2016 artistic news

Our Favourite Installations by Olafur Eliasson

Olafur Eliasson is a Danish artist born in 1967. He grew up in Iceland, a country that strongly influenced his aesthetics. After studying at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, he moved to Berlin where he founded the “Studio Olafur Eliasson” that, today, counts a team of about 90 craftsmen, specialized technicians, architects, archivists, administrators, programmers, art historians and cooks! Olafur Eliasson’s work is … Continue reading Our Favourite Installations by Olafur Eliasson

8 artists you should follow on twitter

Artists today don’t limit themselves to creating with paint or clay. A lot of the most inventive actors of the art world are projecting their work on a much larger scale and unexpected materials. The good news is you can find many of them on twitter sharing their thoughts and vision 140 characters at a time on Twitter. Artsper has compiled for you 8 artists … Continue reading 8 artists you should follow on twitter

We interviewed Renaud Donnedieu de Vabres

Renaud Donnedieu de Vabres is a French politician; he was the Minister of Culture and Communication between 2004 and 2007. He was involved in the opening of the Louvre in Abu-Dhabi and especially in the restoration and reopening of the Grand Palais to the public. A contemporary art amateur, he kindly accepted to answer our questions and to tell us which one of the art … Continue reading We interviewed Renaud Donnedieu de Vabres