Art Brunch

  Recently, a lot of initiatives have appeared to bring contemporary art to more intimate places : a bookstore/gallery, an art café, exhibitions in apartments, collectors inviting artists in the private rooms of a restaurant, gallerists who put up bookshelves, sofas, and vintage record player in their galleries : far from the White Cube, these new modes of exhibition fulfill a pressing need : the need to bring the public and the art closer. Far away from the glitter and dazzle, from the confusion between art and luxury that brands and the tourism industry encourage, particularly during the Christmas season, in these places, art is shared on a confortable sofa, and in a completely different time – the time needed to experience and savour an Continue Reading →