Striptease, activism and contemporary art, interview with Cecilia Bengolea
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Striptease, activism and contemporary art, interview with Cecilia Bengolea

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Born in Argentina, but living in Paris since 2001, this highly original visual artist has shaped her practice around dance. As well as being recognized for her collaborations with other artists, such as Jeremy Deller, François Chaignaud or Dominique Gonzalez- Foerster, she has made a name for herself with her “living sculptures.” For Numéro, she explains what gets her moving and grooving.

Striptease, activism and contemporary art, interview with Cecilia Bengolea
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Striptease, activism and contemporary art, interview with Cecilia Bengolea

Art Born in Argentina, but living in Paris since 2001, this highly original visual artist has shaped her practice around dance. As well as being recognized for her collaborations with other artists, such as Jeremy Deller, François Chaignaud or Dominique Gonzalez- Foerster, she has made a name for herself with her “living sculptures.” For Numéro, she explains what gets her moving and grooving. Born in Argentina, but living in Paris since 2001, this highly original visual artist has shaped her practice around dance. As well as being recognized for her collaborations with other artists, such as Jeremy Deller, François Chaignaud or Dominique Gonzalez- Foerster, she has made a name for herself with her “living sculptures.” For Numéro, she explains what gets her moving and grooving.

Art diary of an undercover reporter: what happened to the art work, from New York to Venice
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Art diary of an undercover reporter: what happened to the art work, from New York to Venice

Art   Who's been accused of sexual harassment in the world of art ? Who's the next curator of the next biennal in Venice ? From New York to Venice, discover the chronicles of our undercover reporter Nicolas Trembley.    Who's been accused of sexual harassment in the world of art ? Who's the next curator of the next biennal in Venice ? From New York to Venice, discover the chronicles of our undercover reporter Nicolas Trembley. 

Ai Weiwei: “Art is only relevant, if it asks the most critical questions and expresses emotions with an innocent eye.”
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Ai Weiwei: “Art is only relevant, if it asks the most critical questions and expresses emotions with an innocent eye.”

Art The chinese artist Ai Weiwei presents his latest show at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, Maybe, Maybe Not. On view until March 3, 2018 the exhibition looks at the notions of human rights, freedom of expression and, in a way, doubt. The chinese artist Ai Weiwei presents his latest show at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, Maybe, Maybe Not. On view until March 3, 2018 the exhibition looks at the notions of human rights, freedom of expression and, in a way, doubt.

“My camera is a weapon.” Who is Latoya Ruby Frazier, american photographer ?
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“My camera is a weapon.” Who is Latoya Ruby Frazier, american photographer ?

Art This autumn, Paris’s Fondation Louis Vuitton is showing over 200 masterpieces from the collections of new york’s MoMa. Among them are several powerful works by young american photographer Latoya Ruby Frazier. This autumn, Paris’s Fondation Louis Vuitton is showing over 200 masterpieces from the collections of new york’s MoMa. Among them are several powerful works by young american photographer Latoya Ruby Frazier.

Vanessa Beecroft surprises Los Angeles with her ceramics
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Vanessa Beecroft surprises Los Angeles with her ceramics

Art Superstar artist Vanessa Beecroft chose to stage her big comeback in Los Angeles, with a selection of sensual sketches and ceramic nudes at the Pio Pico gallery, on until March 2nd 2018. Superstar artist Vanessa Beecroft chose to stage her big comeback in Los Angeles, with a selection of sensual sketches and ceramic nudes at the Pio Pico gallery, on until March 2nd 2018.

The body-conscious art of William Forsythe
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The body-conscious art of William Forsythe

Art After pushing classical dance to its extremes, the legendary choreographer is now turning his hand to fine art with a strange visual universe full of monumental robotic arms, dancing pendulums, feather dusters and more. After pushing classical dance to its extremes, the legendary choreographer is now turning his hand to fine art with a strange visual universe full of monumental robotic arms, dancing pendulums, feather dusters and more.

The collector Axel Vervoordt unveils his new jewel
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The collector Axel Vervoordt unveils his new jewel

Art Belgian aesthete and collector Axel Vervoordt, owner of no less than 16,000 antiques, is inaugurating the latest addition to Kanaal, his extraordinary architectural complex in Antwerp. Belgian aesthete and collector Axel Vervoordt, owner of no less than 16,000 antiques, is inaugurating the latest addition to Kanaal, his extraordinary architectural complex in Antwerp.

Who is Nicholas Logsdail, the man who discovered Anish Kapoor ?
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Who is Nicholas Logsdail, the man who discovered Anish Kapoor ?

Art Everyone who's anyone has shown there, from Yoko Ono, Sol Lewitt and Dan Flavin to Anish Kapoor and Ai Weiwei. Since it was lauched by Nicholas Logsdail in 1967, London's Lisson Gallery has welcomed all the greatest contemporary artists. On the occasion of a major new exhibition to celebrate its 50th anniversary, Numéro Art spoke to its founder. Everyone who's anyone has shown there, from Yoko Ono, Sol Lewitt and Dan Flavin to Anish Kapoor and Ai Weiwei. Since it was lauched by Nicholas Logsdail in 1967, London's Lisson Gallery has welcomed all the greatest contemporary artists. On the occasion of a major new exhibition to celebrate its 50th anniversary, Numéro Art spoke to its founder.

Paris's Centre Georges Pompidou is paying homage to César for the first time
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Paris's Centre Georges Pompidou is paying homage to César for the first time

Art If he’s remembered for one thing in his native land it’s for the French cinema awards – les César – whose statuette he designed and which are named after him. Indeed the fame they brought him arguably ruined his critical reception on Gallic soil. But now, for the first time, Paris’s Centre Georges Pompidou is finally paying homage to the inventor of the remarkable Expansions and Compressions. If he’s remembered for one thing in his native land it’s for the French cinema awards – les César – whose statuette he designed and which are named after him. Indeed the fame they brought him arguably ruined his critical reception on Gallic soil. But now, for the first time, Paris’s Centre Georges Pompidou is finally paying homage to the inventor of the remarkable Expansions and Compressions.

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