French artist Pierre Soulages turned 100 last December and to celebrate this milestone, Nice's Lympia gallery is showcasing some of his works until the end of August
Marc Pollini’s black and white photo collection captures the untamed beauty of the remote Nordic island and the unique personalities who inhabit it
No artist embodies better the spirit of Montmartre at the turn of the 20th century than French artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Leaving their homeland for the first time, over 150 masterpieces from ancient Egypt are currently on display in a stunning exhibition at the Grimaldi Forum
Light, senses and colour, three words that come to mind when describing the work of Monique Orsini
The name Stanislas-André Steeman may not mean anything to you but chances are you have probably read some of the Belgian author’s books
According to Franco Fontana “the purpose of art is to make visible the invisible.” And with his photographs, he does just that, taking ordinary everyday scenes and turning them into striking, colourful landscapes.
Born in Italy in 1896 and raised in an impoverished neighbourhood of São Paulo from the age of two, Alfredo Volpi was one of, if not, Brazil's most significant artist of the early 20th century.
The Dominicans’ gallery in Nice is preparing to host one of the finest contemporary artistic photographers whose work is a sensual feast for art lovers and collectors alike
No less than three stunning temporary exhibits are currently on display at the Museé des Arts Asiatiques in Nice.
If you have ever bought vintage postcards of the French Riviera, chances are that you have come across the name of Jean Gilletta.
A multi-talented artist, and one of the most famous exponents of the L’École de Nice movement alongside Cesar, Arman and Ben, Patrick Moya is to be found just about everywhere on the Côte d’Azur.
Our planet, in all its natural and human diversity, is at the heart of Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s talk and exhibition this December in Monaco.