Last week, I finally visited the Met’s stellar exhibition, “Matisse: In Search of True Painting.” The show was, as I hoped, a refreshingly engaging experience that breaks down Henri Matisse’s meticulous and academic painting process into sections,...
PARIS — Under the watchful eye of auctioneer François de Ricqlès, Christie's totaled €12.9 million ($16.5 million) during two sales in Paris this week: The Moch collection and another, unnamed private collection were auctioned off on Tuesday, while Wednesday...
It wasn’t likely that the Cannes film festival organizers would be able to resist scheduling a film about the Impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Jean Renoir, the second of his three sons and the greatest French director of them all.Gilles Bourdos...
“The Devil, Probably,” one of the great Robert Bresson’s greatest, and least-seen, movies gets a week-long run (April 20-26) in the midst of BAMcinématek’s Bresson retrospective — resplendent in a new 35mm print and hailed by no less an authority than...
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