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  • The Fontainebleau woke festival

    We are very fond of the Festival de l’histoire de l’art, an annual three-day event that brings together a wide range of players from the museum, university, heritage and market worlds, as well as…

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  • Surroundings of Notre-Dame: facts versus propaganda

    The defense of the gardens of Notre-Dame is also a battle of communication. Thus, the article by Claire Bommelaer in Le Figaro, very factual and well informed, was titled - in the print edition:…

  • The law that imposes gates around Square Jean XXIII

    Thanks to social networks, some Internet users can quickly disseminate vital information that can help advance heritage protection issues. For example, a Twitter account that prefers to remain…

  • Italy taxes photographs even for researchers

    La révolte gronde dans le milieu de l’histoire de l’art en Italie, et avec d’excellentes raisons. Le nouveau ministre de la Culture (Ministro dei Beni Culturali), Gennaro Sangiuliano, arrivé au…

  • In Réunion, a sculpture removed ?

    On 14 June 2020, when the destruction of sculptures was in full swing, the French President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron stated: "no statue will be removed". However, this is what the French…

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  • Antoine Caron, an exhibition at the Château d’Écouen

    The excellent retrospective exhibition devoted by the Château d’Écouen to the painter Antoine Caron, in addition to its many qualities, boasts an extraordinary feat that should encourage any art…

  • Aristide Maillol: la quête de l’harmonie

    La Piscine in Roubaix is certainly the ideal place to host the last stage of the excellent Maillol retrospective discovered at the Musée d’Orsay last year and then proposed at the Kunsthaus in…

  • Cecco del Caravaggio

    The Batistello Caracciolo exhibition in Naples last year, which we were lucky enough to see but did not write about, Theodoor Rombouts in Ghent, soon Finson in Marseilles, which we are…

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