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    The European Business Review magazine welcomes a new regular editorial series that hosts reporting on renowned museums, cultural centres, galleries, artistic foundations and interviews with their Directors, Curators, as well as with lead personalities of the artistic scene.

The 'Extrait de Culture' focuses on significant areas of classic, traditional, minimal, modern and contemporary art, offering a new sense of critical analysis and at the same time bringing an europeanisation aspect of how to handle art as a tool of unity, prosperity and development.


 Our future objectives, except for any other major scientific avocations with the archival and permanent historical collections and our care for the spotlight, viewing and their safe keeping, is also our continuous offer to the contemporary art by organizing and presenting exhibitions, but also in the field of music, dance and theater with the Organization and presentation of relevant always high quality cultural events.

Cosmopolitan and Festive Art in the tiny island of Hydra – IAMY the Riviera of Culture

Exclusive Interview with the Director of IAMY Ntina Adamopoulou in EBR: The "architect" of the EU Jean Monnet had once confessed that "if he could re-start Europe, he would start from culture ...!!" , she mentions and analyses

MoMA is devoted to today’s most experimental, thought-provoking contemporary art. “Extrait de Culture” by EBR is devoted to today’s most experimental museum proposals, thought-provoking art interview reports.  Founded in 1929 as an educational institution, The Museum of Modern Art is dedicated to being the foremost museum of modern art in the world

EBR strolling around The Museum of Modern Art of NYC

Charles White: A Retrospective is the first major museum survey devoted to the artist in over 30 years. on MoMA’s Floor 3 through January 13, 2019

World events, images, society effects, impressions and emotions dance hand in hand in Bonnard's paintings and leave his mark for future artistic generations. He is characterized as the 20th century artist and an influential figure for most of his admirers putting abstact painting in the first plan, as Helen O' Malley outlines

"The Colour of Memory" of Pierre Bonnard at TATE MODERN

An exclusive interview about an exhibition with rarely shown paintings

Visiting the MCA visitors are being offered a comprehensive view of the Cycladic and ancient Greek civilization. Leaving aside a strictly scientific exhibition method a visitor will enjoy a short tour on scenes of daily life in antiquity.

"My love for Art: Natura" states the Director of the Museum of Cycladic Art

Mr. Nikos Stampolidis, Professor and Director of MCA in an exclusive interview

It is a Museum that despite its history makes a new start in its new building and it makes its steps for a more extrovert international direction. It is very “attractive” to follow these steps and observe an institution unveiling its core, its collection in its new permanent space although it has a history behind it. In addition, contemporary art is always interesting and the audiences that choose to discover it are increasing, this is my feeling from our Museum and all the other Museums and contemporary spaces I visit abroad.

EMST: the Chandelier of contemporary art and modernism

Exclusive Interview with the Director of the Museum of Contemporary Arts in Athens

MORE ARTICLES

Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Andros

By: EBR | Friday, July 20, 2018

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After the Christchurch massacre, it's time Europe addressed some inconvenient questions

Europe's counter-terrorism policies and operations must also cover Far Right extremists and the expanding influence of their hate-filled white supremacist ideology

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Whether you’re an optimist pointing to predictions of job creation or you’ve been worrying that a robot might be after your job, one thing is for certain

Editor’s Column

Victor Orban, the ‘thorn in the flesh’ of the EPP

By: N. Peter Kramer

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, asked about Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s recent anti-EU poster campaign against him, declared, “enough is enough.”

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