Exhibitions to discover


Brésil, identités.


14/10/2023 - 21/04/2024
(Lodève) Musée de Lodève
« ORSTEN GROOM – VOLCAN DU COMA »


02/12/2023 - 25/02/2024
(Sète) Musée Paul Valéry
Marlène Mocquet. Différent parfois, Libre toujours.


27/10/2023 - 27/04/2024
(Montpellier) Fondation GGL
Olivier Debré. La Figuration à l’envers


14/04/2023 - 25/02/2024
(Tours) Centre de Création Contemporaine Olivier Debré
À la poursuite de la beauté – Journal intime de la collection Prat.


12/11/2023 - 24/03/2024
(Orléans) Musée des Beaux-arts d'Orléans
Anselm Kiefer. La photographie au commencement.


06/10/2023 - 03/03/2024
(Villeneuve-d’Ascq) LaM - Lille Métropole Musée d'art moderne
Corps à corps. Histoire(s) de la photographie.


06/09/2023 - 25/03/2024
(Paris) Centre Pompidou
Antony Gormley. Critical Mass.


17/10/2023 - 03/03/2024
(Paris) Musée Rodin
Chéri Samba dans la collection Jean Pigozzi.


17/10/2023 - 07/04/2024
(Paris) Musée Maillol
Chana Orloff. Sculpter l’époque.


15/11/2023 - 31/03/2024
(Paris) Musée Zadkine
Berthe Morisot et l’art du XVIIIe siècle


18/10/2023 - 03/03/2024
(Paris) Musée Marmottan-Monet
La Régence à Paris (1715-1723). L’aube des Lumières


20/10/2023 - 25/02/2024
(Paris) Musée Carnavalet
Mark Rothko


18/10/2023 - 02/04/2024
(Paris) Fondation Louis Vuitton
Marc Ronet. Œuvres récentes


18/01/2024 - 03/03/2024
(Paris) Galerie Univer - Collette Colla
J’ai une famille. 10 artistes de l’avant-garde chinoise installés en France.


10/10/2023 - 18/02/2024
(Paris) Musée de l'histoire de l'Immigration
Jorge Camacho – Torgia – Alain Gruger. Les Liaisons surréalistes


18/01/2024 - 20/04/2024
(Paris) Espace Art Absolument
Christine Safa. De chair et de pierre


18/11/2023 - 03/03/2024
(Clermont-Ferrand) FRAC Auvergne
Rose, Rose, Rose à mes yeux ! James Ensor et la nature morte en Belgique de 1830 à 1930.


16/12/2023 - 14/04/2024
(Ostend) Mu.ZEE - Musée d'art à la mer
Géorgie : une histoire de rencontres.


27/10/2023 - 18/02/2024
(Bruxelles) Musée Royal d'Art & d'Histoire de Bruxelles
Arménie. Le temps du sacré.


10/11/2023 - 10/03/2024
(Bruxelles) Fondation Boghossian
Révélation ! Art contemporain du Bénin


15/12/2023 - 31/03/2024
(Le François) Fondation Clément

Love & Discover


In the continuity of the state of mind of the magazine since its creation, Art Absolument wishes to show contemporary art under the prism of the long duration, to explore the art and its milenial history and plural world, in its varied forms and meanings, sharing discoveries and singular looks. To appreciate the works, one must know them and "feel" them, listen to what their authors say, go to the places where they are visible.

Think & Discuss


Space of appreciation and knowledge, Art Absolutely is an actor when it also introduces the debate, by speaking in forums or focus on active women in the field of art. Inviting personalities, promoting exchanges between members of the Club Art Absolument, organizing visits to institutions, ...  is to give grist to grind to think of art.

Choose & collect


Considering the collection as an active link to art and artists, Art Absolument gives collectors the opportunity to meet, learn and interact with artists. It is in this proximity that the Collection Art Absolument was created and that the Espace Art Absolument works.

The Art Absolument Collection


Art magazines have always accompanied the creations of the artists of their time when they thought they would also be tomorrow’s artists. 

In the history of art magazines, there are some amazing exemples, André Breton’s Le Minotaure, the Maeght journals, and in our days Parkett in Switzerland… The function of an art magazine like ours being that it brings forward artworks of contemporary artists living in France it deems to be crucial, we have decided to create an original edition of 30 large format (75 x 105 cm) prints.

Different techniques have been selected : lithograph; woodblock printing; linocut; … We like the medium that unite eye and hand, shadows and light. We like what it implies in the creativity of the line and of optical variations. We have chosen a large format because it renews printing by liberating an original inventiveness.  We have also chosen it because the sensation of a large format stays one the jubilation of contemporary art. 

We have placed orders with many well known artists living and working in France. Our way, through the Collection Art Absolument, of sharing with you what we value. 

The prints that you can discover below are also available at the Espace Art Absolument.