Marcos Garrot, Geometrical and Constructive (born 1965)

“… The work of Marcos Garrot assures him a significant place among the Brazilian constructivists, which constitute one of the most solid and competent groups of the country creators.” Enock Sacramento   RF – What is the role of the color in your work? MG – The color is used […]

Takis. It is All About Vibration.

Appreciated by Marcel Duchamp since late 1950’s when they first met in New York, Takis’ artworks are a mixture of art and science putting energy on top of our minds. When I first saw the exhibition at Palais de Tokyo two days ago, I had the impression that such materials […]

Paul Mccarthy… Strange Feelings

Those strange feelings generated by Paul McCarthy solo exhibition at Monnaie de Paris last evening… I spontaneously tried to dialogue with one of the performers and finally noticed it was a performance. Maybe I got into the exhibition and wasn’t really ready for it. It was all kind of a nightmare. I […]

Niki, the Art Killer

“Nana Power”!* *(Nana = girl, in French slang). Sometimes we tend to resume the universe of certain artists into only some popular imagery. A bit of a pre-judgement, a bit of thinking it is always the same… but after seeing her exhibition at “Le Grand Palais”, Niki really got me. […]

Ehhibit B: Yes or No

Art is playing its part… says artist Brett Bailey, creator of the controversial installation and performance exhibition EXHIBIT B. Supposed to take place but suddenly cancelled at Barbican Centre of London, it is now trying to set a date for Paris, but it has been also blocked since November this year. They […]

Marcel Challenges Jeff

Thank you Pompidou! You did it again! Excellent idea of presenting two different artists, from different eras and so much to think about it. I was invited to see Marcel Duchamp and Jeff Koons exhibition, happening at the same time but in two different exhibitions at the art centre in Paris. […]