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Luciana Mottola Colban

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Exhibitions

What's On in Paris: Marthe Wery's indoor infrastructure, Giacometti's drawings and John Coplans's images of anatomy

Also, Di Meo houses Jean-François Briant's agricultural symbols and Vidal-Saint Phalle partners with Saint-Etienne's Museum of Modern Art for Vincent Bioules show

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Report

State reforms of French archaeology imminent

Mass resignations spur Minister to action.

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What's on

What's On in Paris: Connecticut art as an export and Warhol's preliminary shots

Also, a exhibitors unite for show entitled "Art spoken here" and sculptor Ronald Jones's debut exhibition in France

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Museum of Decorative Arts

The Director of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs talks about forging links with industry and hi-tech which will allow visitors to “wear” the jewellery and costumes

“We are not just a temple to gold and glass but should turn our attention to daily life”

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Interviews

Interview with Germain Viatte: “We have come a long way”

The new Director of France’s National Museum of Modern Art gives his first interview

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Art law

Is the French art market subject to enough regulation?

A recent symposium at the Crédit Municipal examined ways in which the market could be improved

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Paris

What's on in Paris: From Artcurial to Zerou

Including Tinguely’s farewell “Collaboration” at Galérie Beaubourg

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What's on

What's On in Paris: Cécile Bart's fields of colour, Max Ernst, Man Ray and Giacometti in combination and Picasso alongside Christo at the J.G.M.

Surrealism à la mode

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As part of the current re-evaluation of Surrealism, an exhibition looks at André Breton’s works as well as the furnishing of his mind

André Breton: artist, writer, collector, at the Beaubourg

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Interview with Jacques Derrida: The Philosopher sees (or doesn’t see)

Discussing “Memories of a blind man – the self-portrait and other ruins” and his choice of drawings for the exhibition in the Hall Napoleon of the Louvre, from 26 October until 21 January 1991