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Welcome to ArtSpotMag ‘( www.artspotmag.com ) On our site of Art, Culture and Entertainment 54 – Avenue de la Bornala Residence Les Oréades 06 200 Nice – France Email: contact@artspotmag.com Artspotmag is an auto company and micro – company registered in Nice in France. Editor and Editor: Mr Baha-eddine BEKHOUCHE There are 11 issues per Lire plus …

Leonardo DeVinci

Who would have thought one day that the most beautiful paintings of the master of the Italian Renaissance had a connection? It took almost five years to find that out. For that, we must go back to his family origins. His life will be marked forever by a person he has always sought. He lived Lire plus …

HIROSHI HAMAYA : Snow Land 1956

From the 1 940s to the post-war period; HIROSHI HAMAYA; photographer known for his images of Tokyoite life, photographed several of the Nigata region. A rice-growing region north of Tokyo. In this period of confusion, he was answering the question of what the Japanese had in Japan. This quality, which strips subjects of all psychological Lire plus …

Piranesi, depth and tragedy of his engravings

Piranesi is this Venetian artist of the eighteenth who made his career in Rome and thanks to engraving. Among the many collections of architecture he produces, there are his famous Prisons, strange and dramatic places with terrifying chains and wheels, dizzying perspective effects and windows that look more like vents. He never thought of his Lire plus …

Picasso Furioso, a dedicated painter

On April 29, 1937, Picasso learned that German bombers had destroyed the city of Guernica, Spain. This attack perpetrated at a time when the streets were full of people horrified. He then embarks on one of his most famous works: Guernica. Sketches and studies, numbering a hundred, precede the painting itself that can be seen Lire plus …

Baptiste

Baptiste, a novel by Vincent Borel, tells the story of the life of Giambattista Lulli, the small court jester and great initiator of intrigues, who was to climb the ladder to success in order to become the father of the french opera. He began his career at the Palazzo Pitti in Florence. He was there Lire plus …