12 mars 2010

Un tableau redécouvert de Caspar Friedrich secoue le petit monde des enchères

Le tableau adjugé à Cannes le 10 février 2010 chez Azur Enchères - S'agit-il de la « chouette sur un arbre dépouillé » de Caspar David Friedrich ? © interencheres.com CANNES [11.03.10] – Mis à prix 30 euros, un tableau s’avérant être de Caspar Friedrich a été adjugé récemment à Cannes 350 000 euros. Mais il en vaudrait dix fois plus. Les vendeurs demandent l’annulation de la vente. Nombre de marchands et de collectionneurs avertis écument en permanence les salles de vente dans le but de découvrir une rare pépite qui aurait... [Lire la suite]
27 septembre 2009

'Caspar David Friedrich – Nature Animated' @ Nationalmuseum, Stockholm

Caspar David Friedrich Self-portrait Statens Museum for Kunst, Köpenhamn © SMK Foto STOCKHOLM.- Caspar David Friedrich, the leading painter of the German Romantic era, is nowadays regarded as one of the greatest figures in the history of art. Nevertheless, he remains relatively unknown in Sweden outside art history circles. This October, Nationalmuseum will set out to change this by presenting Scandinavia’s first monographic exhibition of works by Friedrich. In all, over 90 artworks will be on show, including some 40 paintings.... [Lire la suite]
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09 juin 2009

Tableau Vivant of the Artist and His Model Featured in the Icelandic Pavilion at La Biennale

VENICE.- The official Icelandic representation at the 53rd International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia features Ragnar Kjartansson, a self-described incurable romantic, whose multifaceted artistic practice is rooted in a tradition of acting and performance with an existential and absurdist sensibility that can be linked to artists ranging from Caspar David Friedrich to Gilbert and George. Kjartansson’s exhibition for Venice, entitled The End, features a tableau vivant of the artist and his model that will last for the... [Lire la suite]