Robert Indiana

Robert Indiana


JayZ and Beyonce channel african film ‘TOUKI BOUKI’ for commercial campaign (without mentioning it)

A qui appartiennent les images ?

The Metropolitan Museum of Art says it will not remove a painting of a young girl by Balthus, that has been targeted by an online petition.

“Thérèse Dreaming” (1938) by Balthus.
“The Met is romanticizing voyeurism and the objectification of children” .The petition’s author, Mia Merrill, suggested that the painting be replaced by a painting by a female painter from the same time period as Balthus.

Malik Sidibé

A17-malik sidibe




Photographer whose portraits captured the energy of post-independence Mali.

Malik Sidibé, exhibition ‘Mali twist’ at the fondation Cartier

Gauguin -Parisian bistrot table advertising Paul exhibition in Grand Palais

Table de café avec l'affiche de l'exposition Paul Gauguin, l'alchimiste au Grand Palais à Paris.

E hoa mau oia no ’u, e mea here roa na ’u ia ’na

'E hoa mau oia no ’u, e mea here roa na ’u ia ’na'
Numeric etching -Briat 2017

Tahitian woman’s head

Date: c.1892; French Polynesia
Style: Post-Impressionism
Period: 1st Tahiti period
Genre: sketch and study
Media: pencil, paper
Dimensions: 12 x 16 cm
Location: Private Collection

Gauguin rue Blanche vers décembre 1887. De gauche à droite: Arnold Koning, Emile Bernard, Vincent van Gogh, André Antoine, Félix Jobbé-Duval, Paul Gauguin.

Photography of Gauguin with possibly Van Gogh.
However, according to a photography expert at Amsterdam’s van Gogh Museum, the picture is not of the famous artist.

Gauguin – drawing of a sitting young girl

Jeune Bretonne, assise. Paul Gauguin. Vers 1886, Bretagne. Fusain et lavis d'aquarelle sur papier vergé.

Marquesan model of Paul Gauguin, Tohotaua, photographed by L. Grelet


Gauguin – D’où venons-nous ? Que sommes-nous ? Où allons-nous ?

Gauguin – D'où venons-nous ? Que sommes-nous ? Où allons-nous ?
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