The environment becomes the cynosure for the international art scene

While the artistic activity of Autumn 2020 has been hampered, shaken up and weakened by the resurgence of the pandemic, contemporary art exhibitions on ecological issues are in rude health! Having explored a number of exhibitions in France (see our article, here), now we offer you an overview of some of the highlights and unusual [...]

Other, Exhibition|

In conversation with the artist Lin May Saeed

Art of change 21 - How are you feeling and coping with the Coronavirus crisis? Lin May Saeed - I'm okay, but I think about it a lot. The feelings of powerlessness that go hand in hand with the restrictions of everyday life, which are obviously new to many, seem to contribute to radicalization. As [...]

Interview|

“Productive Landscapes”, by Nicolas Floc’h

Nicolas Floc'h travels the seas to index underwater landscapes. For this long-term project, called "Productive Landscapes", the artist has become an experienced navigator, professional diver, an expert in oceanography and much more. Since 2015, Floc'h has been revealing an invisible world by taking the underwater landscape as a subject, and breaking with the usual codes of [...]

One SDG, one project|

Anglo-Saxons taking the lead on the carbon footprint of art galleries

While many museums have taken the lead in their sustainable development policies but have been slow in sharing their best practices, contemporary art galleries have taken advantage of collective emulation and shared their discoveries and expertise.  Two similar initiatives have been launched by our Anglo-Saxon friends, with the common objective of establishing a "new standard" [...]

Eco-design|