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Mars 20, 2019
September 15, 2019
Beer in Northern France
DOUAI. Through 110 still life, portrait and tavern scene paintings, prints, advertising posters, mugs, pitchers and photographs from the sixteenth century to today in the Flanders area, the exhibition “To drink! When the beer calls at the museum” traces the history of brewing in Northern France, evoques the Saints linked to its production and highlights the social place it has occupied in the course of the last ten centuries. Musée de la Chatreuse. 130 Rue des Chartreux, 59500 Douai. Open every day except Tuesday from 10am to noon and 2pm to 6pm. Closed on May 1st, July 14th and August 15th. Admission : €4.70 / €2.35. Information :
Mars 23, 2019
September 25, 2019
Tutankhamun treasure
PARIS. Organized to commemorate the upcoming centenary of British archaeologist Howard Carter's 1922 discovery, this travelling exhibition titled "Tutankhamun, treasure of the Pharaoh" will set foot in ten cities around the world. It features nearly 150 objects found in the tomb of the most famous Pharaohs of which one third had previously not left Egypt. Golden jewellery, furniture, sculptures, statuettes, coffins, alabaster vases on display are probably traveling outside Egypt for the last time before they go into a new museum near the Giza pyramids. Grande Halle de La Villette. 211 Avenue Jean Jaurès, 75019 Paris. Open every day from 10am to 8pm. Admission : €22 / €18 on weekdays, €24 / €20 on weekends. Information and bookings : 0146915808
June 18, 2019
September 22, 2019
Berthe Morisot retrospective
PARIS. For the first time since 1941 a French national museum hosts a monographic exhibition dedicated to Berthe Morisot, a major figure in the Impressionist movement who has long been overshadowed in art history by male contemporaries. Featuring some 70 paintings loaned from public and private collections, it traces her entire career presenting all the themes inspired by daily modern life she explored such as such as the private life of the bourgeoisie, the fashion of holiday resorts and gardens as well as women’s domestic work. Orsay Museum. 1 rue de la Légion d’Honneur, 75007 Paris. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 9.30am to 6pm, till 9.45pm on Thursday. Admission : €14 / €11 giving access to the permanent collection. Information :
July 12, 2019
August 28, 2019
Chaumet’s diadems
MONACO. Through some 250 pieces of jewellery and works of arts, the exhibition “Chaumet in Majesty, jewels of sovereigns since 1780” traces the history of diadem. First a symbol of power, this jewel has become the symbol of the sublimation of femininity. Jewels on display come from Chaumet’s own collection, prestigious museums and private collections. Grimaldi Forum. Open every day from 10am to 8pm, till 10 pm on Thursday. Admission : €11 / €9. Information :
July 26, 2019
November 04, 2019
Contemporary ceramics
VALLAURIS. FRENCH RIVIERA. Dedicated to contemporary ceramic creation, the Vallauris International Biennal presents classic, architectural and sculptural ceramic works by about fifty French and international artists. South Korea being this edition guest of honor, it includes twelve artists from this country. Exhibitions take place in the Magnelli museum and in other places throughout the town. Musée Magnelli. Place de la Libération, 06220 Vallauris. Open every day from 10am to 12.30pm and from 2pm to 6pm till September 15th. Open every day except Tuesday from 10am to 12.15pm and from 2pm to 5pm from September 16th. Admission : €6 / €3. Information : 0493647183
July 27, 2019
November 11, 2019
Ker-Xavier Roussel retrospective
GIVERNY. NEAR PARIS. For the first time since 1968, a museum hosts a major exhibition dedicated to Ker-Xavier Roussel. An important figure of the French art scene from the late 19th century to the WWII, he has been overshadowed by contemporaries during the last decades. Featuring around hundred paintings, drawings, pastels and lithographs, this excellent retrospective titled “Ker-Xavier Roussel. Private Garden, Dreamed Garden” sheds a new light on this artist who first joined the Nabis before running counter to the new artistic movements emerging at the turn of the 20th century and embracing a Post-Impressionist style. Works on display show all the aspects of his production: rural landscapes, mythological scenes, lithographs illustrating a poem by Maurice de Guérin, life-sized decorative paintings for public or private interiors and so on. Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny. 99 rue Claude Monet, 27620 Giverny. Open every day from 10am to 6pm. Admission : €7.50 / €5. Information : 0232519465