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Jackson Pollock (1912-1956) and his dripped masterpieces are on display at the Tate in Liverpool. You know Pollock for his dripping colorful works, but this show focuses on a little-seen side of the abstract expressionist’s art. The Blind Spots exhibition displays paintings known as his “Black Pourings”, which were made between 1951 and 1953 and involved pouring paint rather than dripping it.

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Le Maroc Contemporain @ IMA Paris

As I prepared my trip to Paris for Fotofever 2014 at the Caroussel du Louvre, I noticed a new exhibition at the Institut du Monde Arabe. The institute invited Morocco’s contemporary artists in order to highlight this not yet well known contemporary art scene. The exhibitions enables to discover the richness and diversity of the actual moroccan art scene, reflection on its dynamism and legacy.

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Hans Op de Beeck @ Botanique Museum - Brussels

A dream in Hans Op de Beeck’s night time

Since wednesday 6 of november, you can admire the singular work of Hans Op de Beeck in the Museum of the Botanique. As you enter, you are directly attracted  by the serene atmosphere that exalts from the artist’s paintings, highlighted with a sober and warm scenography. The exhibition presents a series of aquarelles and drawings, a movie realised especially for the occasion, all inspired by the atmosphere of the night and, as so, magnified by the unique use of the color black. Distancing himself with the exact representation of reality

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Art musts of the week: 3 - 9 November 2014

What You must know: The Exhibition “Niki de Saint Phalle” in the National Galeries of the Grand Palais

Niki de Saint Phalle (1930 - 2002) is one of the most popular artist from the XXth century. First model, she approached the world of art as an autodidact and became together a painter, a sculptor and a film maker. If she’s especially known for her famous “Tirs” and “Nanas”, her work presents also her political engagement for female cause and shows a vision choc, radical and grandiose of women...

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Trop Humain @ Geneva - Switzerland

Going to Geneva last week-end, I decided to visit one of the famous institution in the Switzerland city, the Red Cross Museum. As I didn't know really what to expect in terms of exhibition, I was so astonished by the scenography and the way the Red Cross museum sensibilize the public to its daily goals around the world.

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