Archives mensuelles : février, 2016

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Footit and Chocolate:two clowns in the Paris de la belle époque

At « la maison des Métallos »in Paris,there’s a beautiful exhibition dedicated to two great clowns who were famous in the Paris de « la belle époque »just before the world war I: Footit and Chocolat.The exhibition is focused upon the personality of the first important black clown in France around the 1890’s. He was a young cuban slave…



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How to reinvent Paris

The little art seeker visited the interesting exhibition inside the pavillon de l’Arsenal around several projects realized by 74 different architectural and design firms to reinvent Paris in the years to come. Amid the projects displayed the little art seeker has chosen to present you the most interesting to us. The first one is called »1000″trees…



Combo,a street artist who works for tolerance!

In the aftermath of the attacks of Paris on January 2015,Combo a street artist decided to realize a series of posters representing the necessary unity between the three religions. These posters were displayed on Paris walls and the artist hilmself was assaulted for his work in Paris’ streets! Today the Ima institute in Paris devotes…



Wander inside the Louvre :meeting with the Greek collection.s

Today ,the little art seeker has wandered inside the beautiful and inspiring rooms devoted to the Greek sculptures. The room we’ve chosen is called »salle du manège »and it’s not the most frequented inside the museum but really worth while to be seen!!! The room is located on the ground floor of the north wing of Napoleon…



Hundertwasser ,the man who wanted to change the world!

As a former teacher ,used to working with young children,I’ve always been sensitive to the world of colors!!One day ,a friend of mine asked me if I knew an Austrian painter named Hundertwasser and his beautiful paintings full of colors where the spiral was the starting point of most of his creations. « Never heard of »was…