Showing posts with label art. Show all posts
Showing posts with label art. Show all posts

Sunday, June 10, 2018

NEW YORK - MOMA - ADRIAN PIPER - A Synthesis of Intuitions, 1965–2016

As i had to go back to New York in april, i realized i didn't have much time to go to some cultural events such as museums right before i moved out of the city.

Moma is always a good place to go as their selection for modern art is always pretty good along with the diversity of artists i can discover there.

I really enjoyed the Adrian Piper exhibition and all the different projects you can see. Here i obviously recall the geometric shapes i really enjoyed, textures, drawings, paintings and lights. I encourage you to go see it, it's on until july 22th.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017


I have been away some weeks working on a new project and am obvisouly late in posting !

I wanted to share some images of a little exhibition i went to on Agnes Varda in Nyc.

It took place at Blum & Poe until this month with a selection of her photographs and installations.

She is a really inspiring women, probably more famous in Europe and i encourage to have a look on her work.

Wednesday, December 21, 2016


Sophia Dixon Dillo, Forming Light #6, monofilament; Courtesy of the artist and Winterowd Fine Art

Saturday, December 10, 2016


Little selection of things made at Artshack Brooklyn


During the past few months I have been obsessed with learning how to do ceramics and I took a 6 weeks workshop at Artshack Brooklyn in Bedstuy.

I naively came with all these ideas in mind and inspiration images, without a second thought It would be so hard to realize ...

The class was supposed to be a mix of wheel and hanbuilding learning, but we only focused on the wheel basically.
The bonus is that in the workshops there is a free access to open studio time where it is possible to come for unlimited time and use the products and tools of the studio. There is also a possibility to take a monthly subscription to come to practice with his own equipment.

I regret i didn't come in between classes more often, the practice being essential to master the wheel well. I am far from the expected results but I managed to create a few things!

I wish I could take some more classes so i could improve myself.

Feel free to go to their studio to have a look or ask for more info.

Artshack is located at 1131 Bedford Ave.

Saturday, December 3, 2016


Guggenheim museum is now hosting minimalist artist Agnes Martin.

I didn’t know her work well, and could only remember her grid and stripes work.

I totally loved the exhibition and her attention to minimalist through her repetitive work of stripes and grid, playing with textures, lines and shapes.

The exhibition shows her work through different years and you can see how her art evolved. I enjoyed looking at the blank paintings and more geometrical ones.

I really encourage to see her work in person to admire in person all the little details my pictures wouldn’t show.

Definitely got inspired by the tonal tones and palettes for my own projects.

Until January 11, 2017.

Tuesday, July 19, 2016


Ernst Wenke - Hand study with glass ball - ca.1930

Saturday, June 25, 2016


It might sounds weird but i always find good inspiration in the New York subway, through its colors, textures, imperfections.

I always find color palette that inspires me for my collections :)

Wednesday, May 11, 2016


The gallery Hauser and Wirth in New York is now hosting the artist Philip Guston until the end of July.
Featuring 36 paintings and 53 drawings, from major museums to private collections.
I didn't know the artist's work and really enjoyed discovering his work. Between figuration and abstraction, i like the heavy thick colorful canvases he made and get inspired by the nice color palettes.
A room shows also as a serie of multiple frames of abstract forms presented together in a grid.
Have a look at their website for more pictures.
26 Apr – 29 Jul 2016, Hauser & Wirth New York, 18th Street

Saturday, January 9, 2016


At my last Moma ’s visit, i could discover the work of JoaquÍn Torres- García.

The exhibition features his works from the late 19th century to 1940’s.

I really like the colors he used for some of his sculptures and minimalist paintings, part of cubism movement.

Until February 15th.

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