Edward Hopper Exhibit in Paris

Paris Retrospective Shows

Hopper’s French Influences

Paris retrospective shows Hopper's French influences
Nighthawks, by Edward Hopper

An exhibit dedicated to painter Edward Hopper will be open in Paris from October 10 to January 28. Curator Didier Ottinger says the retrospective tries to rescue the little-explored French sensibility of one of the great American masters.

It is one of the most important museum exhibitions in France…CLICK HERE TO READ FULL STORY at FRANCE24

Henri Matisse at Centre Pompidou through 18 June

Painter Henri Matisse, by Carl van Vechten, 1933

The Matisse show in Paris at Pompidou Centre is now open, and shall continue until June 18th, 2012.

We wanted to challenge the received wisdom that he was a happy painter, an easy painter, a sort of virtuoso of simplicity and joy,” said exhibition curator Cecile Debray.

“Matisse was obsessive, worried, wracked with doubt from the beginning to the end, and he showed it in his painting through this constant multiplication and exploration,” she said.

 

Exhibits

Exhibits

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The Indian Kings of Queen Anne Return to London: The Indian Kings

 


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Warhol Show at the Modern, Fort Worth http://www.themodern.org/index.html

The Warhol show opened yesterday, February 14th, 2010. Sure, it’s old crap, but it’s nowhere near as bad as the NEW CRAP! 


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Portraits by Irving Penn at the National Portrait Gallery, London, opening on February 18th

The show displays a dazzling range of characters in Irving Penn’s proprietary, ground-breaking style, which he developed in the 1940s. The emphasis was on stark simplicity and capturing the essence of his subjects’ personalities.