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Spotlight on Narrative Figuration [17.03.2015]

The French art movement known as Narrative Figuration was officially born in 1965. Both museums and auctioneers are planning to celebrate its fiftieth anniversary.

Hyperrealism… past and present [20.08.2013]

At roughly the same time as the emergence on the American scene of Pop art, with its appropriation of the codes of a ravenously consumerist society, a number of their fellow countrymen started

The Top Ten French Artists [04.01.2013]

Friday Top! Every alternate Friday Artprice publishes a theme-based auction ranking. This week: the ten highest bids for the works of living French artists.

Double wammy for the Gunter Sachs collection at Sotheby’s [29.05.2012]

After the record Contemporary Art & Postwar art sales on 8 and 9 May, the art market’s dynamism has been confirmed by Sotheby’s sale of part of the Gunter Sachs collection.

Narrative Figuration – The rehabilitation of a French movement [10.03.2008]

After the Art Paris contemporary art fair (from 3 to 7 April), the Grand Palais will stage a much-anticipated three-month retrospective on Narrative Figuration (Narrative Figuration, Paris, 1960-1972, from 16 April to 13 July), a French art movement mirroring American Pop Art of the 1960s.

HYPERREALISM – « Clichés » of reality… [09.04.2006]

Hyperrealism, which emerged in the USA in the 60s, inherits its attachment to a banal everyday version of reality from Pop art. The artists draw their subjects from real life; but it is a “second-hand” real life, because they do not create their works directly in front of the person or thing they are depicting, but from photographs. They demonstrate a great, often laborious, technical virtuosity, to transcribe a reality that has been examined under a microscope.

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