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
State reforms of French archaeology imminent
Mass resignations spur Minister to action.
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
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”
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
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
What's on in Paris: From Artcurial to Zerou
Including Tinguely’s farewell “Collaboration” at Galérie Beaubourg
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
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
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