A group exhibition of artists, professors and former professors of the School.
Bringing together over one hundred and fifty original works from the Renaissance to the present day, Scribble / Scarabocchio highlights one of the most repressed and uncontrolled aspects of drawing practice.
Francisco G. Pinzón Samper, a student at the Beaux-Arts de Paris in Mimosa Echard's studio, proposes a three-piece composition for L'Avancée, entitled Talia's shirt, The astral chart of Siddhartha and Untitled.
Artificial imagination: images after photorealism. A discussion between Grégory Chatonsky, Antonio Somaini and Christian Joschke on the occasion of the publication of the review Transbordeur: Composite Images.
This thematic tour of the exhibition Gribouillage / Scarabocchio, de Léonard de Vinci à Cy Twombly will focus on teaching at the Beaux-Arts and the links it may have had with the notion of doodling.
Meeting with the artist Gaëlle Choisne, whose work, conceived as a prism of shared ecosystems, reflects the complexities of the world we live in.
La Villette invites young artists to take over the Grande Halle and the park for the 5th edition of the 100% festival.
A dialogue about the Clinique vestimentaire studio. From 11 to 16 April, Jeanne Vicerial will present her creations as part of the artistic event Mondes nouveaux X Beaux-Arts de Paris.
Mondes nouveaux and the Beaux-Arts de Paris have entered into an unprecedented partnership in order to encourage exchanges between artists from the School and laureate creators of the programme, whose productions will be presented to the public...
His work is an anatomy of political desire: from the narrative of dispossession and exile, to the ritual of belonging and identification, to the mechanisms of empowerment and emancipation.
Thematic visit of the exhibition Scribble / Scarabocchio - From Leonardo da Vinci to Cy Twombly by two artists who graduated from the Beaux-Arts de Paris, Bianca Argimón and Elvire Caillon.