This exhibition at Paris Grand Palais concentrates on gardens as seen from different perspectives – jewelry, ceramics, installations, paintings, photographs – from Renaissance until contemporary times. The thematic tour takes the visitor on an interesting stroll with the garden conceived as artistic construction as much as a botanic experience. The show promotes it as an art form and it’s creators as artists.
Every day’s poetry is the name of this spring’s exhibition at Waldemarsudde – Prince Eugene’s Museum – in one of Stockholm’s beautiful parks. The visitor meets the Spanish surrealist Joan Miró – one of the 20th century’s most famous artists – with his sculptors, paintings and posters with poetic titles.
Did false news lead to Brexit in England and Donald Trump’s Presidency in the USA? That’s a question many serious media outlets have started to ask themselves. How can we know what is true or not when even the American government defends “alternative” facts?