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Giuseppe Penone's forest
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Giuseppe Penone's forest

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Since his début in the 1960's, the italian artists has marked the history of art with work that makes us rethink the link between man and nature. On the occasion of his piece “Matrice di linfa” being shown at Paris's Palais d'Iéna (by Galerie Marian Goodman for FIAC), Numéro Art visited his sylvan estate near Turin.

Giuseppe Penone's forest
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Giuseppe Penone's forest

Art Since his début in the 1960's, the italian artists has marked the history of art with work that makes us rethink the link between man and nature. On the occasion of his piece “Matrice di linfa” being shown at Paris's Palais d'Iéna (by Galerie Marian Goodman for FIAC), Numéro Art visited his sylvan estate near Turin. Since his début in the 1960's, the italian artists has marked the history of art with work that makes us rethink the link between man and nature. On the occasion of his piece “Matrice di linfa” being shown at Paris's Palais d'Iéna (by Galerie Marian Goodman for FIAC), Numéro Art visited his sylvan estate near Turin.

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Bill Skarsgård pays tribute to Francis Bacon in an exclusive video

Art Exclusively for Numero art, the actor Bill Skarsgård, who played the child-killer clown Pennywise in the “It” films, poses in digitally revisited versions of some of the Francis Bacon paintings currently on display at the Centre Pompidou, which is showing a major retrospective of the late artist’s works realized between 1971 and 1992. Exclusively for Numero art, the actor Bill Skarsgård, who played the child-killer clown Pennywise in the “It” films, poses in digitally revisited versions of some of the Francis Bacon paintings currently on display at the Centre Pompidou, which is showing a major retrospective of the late artist’s works realized between 1971 and 1992.

Bill Skarsgård pays tribute to Francis Bacon in an exclusive story for Numéro art
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Bill Skarsgård pays tribute to Francis Bacon in an exclusive story for Numéro art

Art Exclusively for Numero art, the actor Bill Skarsgård, who played the child-killer clown Pennywise in the “It” films, poses in digitally revisited versions of some of the Francis Bacon paintings currently on display at the Centre Pompidou, which is showing a major retrospective of the late artist’s works realized between 1971 and 1992. Exclusively for Numero art, the actor Bill Skarsgård, who played the child-killer clown Pennywise in the “It” films, poses in digitally revisited versions of some of the Francis Bacon paintings currently on display at the Centre Pompidou, which is showing a major retrospective of the late artist’s works realized between 1971 and 1992.

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Who is Peter Hujar, photographer of the intimacy overshadowed by Mapplethorpe?
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Who is Peter Hujar, photographer of the intimacy overshadowed by Mapplethorpe?

Photography The American photographer, who died of AIDS-related illness in1987, never enjoyed the recognition he deserved. Paris' Jeu de paume is celebrating his very special talent. The American photographer, who died of AIDS-related illness in1987, never enjoyed the recognition he deserved. Paris' Jeu de paume is celebrating his very special talent.

Interview with Jeff Koons : “I don’t believe in kitsch”
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Interview with Jeff Koons : “I don’t believe in kitsch”

Art Banality, Made in Heaven, Michael Jackson and Bubbles... Jeff Koons’ works are among the most sought after in the world. First catching the general public’s attention in 1991 with his ultra kitsch marriage to La Cicciolina, the artist has excelled in the cultivation of his mass media image. Today he delivers details of his private life to Numéro. Banality, Made in Heaven, Michael Jackson and Bubbles... Jeff Koons’ works are among the most sought after in the world. First catching the general public’s attention in 1991 with his ultra kitsch marriage to La Cicciolina, the artist has excelled in the cultivation of his mass media image. Today he delivers details of his private life to Numéro.

Nicolas Party, king of oneiric flamboyance
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Nicolas Party, king of oneiric flamboyance

Art Long a devotee of 3D animation, the Swiss artist has made himself a reputation as a sculptor and painter with his highly coloured and deceptively naive figurative works. Long a devotee of 3D animation, the Swiss artist has made himself a reputation as a sculptor and painter with his highly coloured and deceptively naive figurative works.

Interview with Xinyi Cheng : “Painting take a lot of planning but also a lot of accidents”
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Interview with Xinyi Cheng : “Painting take a lot of planning but also a lot of accidents”

Art It’s in Paris’s lively Belleville quarter that the Chinese artist has set up shop, where she paints the sensual portraits which won her this year’s Baloise Art Prize at Art Basel.   It’s in Paris’s lively Belleville quarter that the Chinese artist has set up shop, where she paints the sensual portraits which won her this year’s Baloise Art Prize at Art Basel.  

The day Robert Smithson made the world's largest work of land art
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The day Robert Smithson made the world's largest work of land art

Art On 9 April 1970, 32-year-old Robert Smithson received the special-use lease agreement he’d requested from the Utah Department of Natural Resources pertaining to 25 acres of land on the banks of the Great Salt Lake at Rozel Point. On 9 April 1970, 32-year-old Robert Smithson received the special-use lease agreement he’d requested from the Utah Department of Natural Resources pertaining to 25 acres of land on the banks of the Great Salt Lake at Rozel Point.

The day Joseph Beuys did Düsseldorf – New York in an ambulance
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The day Joseph Beuys did Düsseldorf – New York in an ambulance

Art On 23 May 1974, Joseph Beuys left his home in Düsseldorf, Germany, wrapped in a felt blanket, and was transported by ambulance to the airport where he boarded a flight to JFK. On 23 May 1974, Joseph Beuys left his home in Düsseldorf, Germany, wrapped in a felt blanket, and was transported by ambulance to the airport where he boarded a flight to JFK.

The Wayne McGregor and Jamie xx ballet that’s shaking up the Opéra
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The Wayne McGregor and Jamie xx ballet that’s shaking up the Opéra

Art Until July 13, choreographer Wayne McGregor revives the “Tree of Codes” ballet at the Bastille Opera in Paris. Created with Jamie xx and Olafur Eliasson, the piece promises to be a choreographic, scenographic and musical success. Until July 13, choreographer Wayne McGregor revives the “Tree of Codes” ballet at the Bastille Opera in Paris. Created with Jamie xx and Olafur Eliasson, the piece promises to be a choreographic, scenographic and musical success.

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