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January 30, 2018
January 06, 2019
Paintings from Afar
PARIS. Through 130 paintings from overseas lands produced when photography did not exist and when travel to such places was reserved to an elite, this exhibition underlines the evolution of the Western perception of distant populations, societies and territories. Featuring works by famous painters like Matisse and Gauguin as well as by much lesser known ones, it shows artists first succumbed to the temptation of exoticism where colour and light fuels dream of luxurious and exotic worlds before becoming closer to reality and taking up an almost documentary approach. Quai Branly Museum. 37 quai Branly, 75007 Paris. Open Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday from 11am to 7pm, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 11am to 9pm. Admission : €10 / €7 Information : 0156617000
February 08, 2018
July 08, 2018
Portraits by Corot
PARIS. The exhibition “Corot, the painter and his models” presents a part of the artist’s work that is much less well-known than his landscapes, a production kept secret by Corot throughout his life. It brings together over 60 paintings covering all genres in portrait although mostly depicting women, models, variations on themes such as the Italian woman or the Greek Girl, the woman reading or the woman and the fountain, but also family portraits, children, soldiers in uniform all genres Musée Marmottan. 2 Rue Louis Boilly, 75016 Paris. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm, till 9pm on Thursday. Admission : €11 / €7.50 Information : 0144965033
Mars 07, 2018
July 15, 2018
Foujita exhibition
PARIS. On the occasion of the celebrations marking the fiftieth anniversary of his death, the exhibition “Foujita : Painting in the Roaring Twenties” highlights the artist’s first and very productive Parisian period, from 1913 to 1931, when he worked and lived in Montparnasse. One of the most acclaimed painters of the 1920s, worshipped by the critics and art lovers, he was at that time more successful than Picasso and Matisse. Featuring one hundred or so works, including two monumental triptychs, originating from public and private collections, it shows the particular sensibility of a man influenced by two very different cultures and highlights all his favourite themes, cats, women, self-portraits and children. Musée Maillol. 61 rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris. Open every day from 10.30am to 6.30pm, till 8.30pm on Friday. Admission : €13 / €11. Information : 0142225958
Mars 07, 2018
July 01, 2018
Tintoretto’s early years
PARIS. Organized to mark the 500th anniversary of the artist birth, the exhibition “Tintoretto, Birth of a genius” focuses on the first fifteen years of his career, from his earliest known work produced before his 20th birthday to the important commissions in won in the early 1550s. Through nearly sixty religious and secular works, it reflects the diversity of his skill and his openness to the many artistic ideas from other parts of Italy. It also highlights his working methods and the strategies he established to make himself known, attract a cultivated and influential clientele that would bring him important commissions in Venice Musée du Luxembourg. 19 Rue de Vaugirard, 75006 Paris. Open every day from 10.30am to 6pm, till 7pm from Friday to Sunday and Bank holidays. Admission : €13 / €9. Information : 0140136200
Mars 09, 2018
July 23, 2018
Mary Cassat exhibition
PARIS. Through some fifty canvases, prints, drawings and pastels, this exhibition traces the career of this American Impressionist who mainly lived in France and was a close friend of Degas. Considered during her lifetime as the greatest American artist, she was the only American painter to have exhibited her canvases with the Impressionists in Paris. Works on display feature well known women and children portraits but the highlights of the selection are her prints. Musée Jacquemart André. 158 boulevard Haussmann, 75008 Paris. Open every day from 10am to 6pm, till 8.30pm on Monday. Admission : €13.50 / €10.50. Information : 0145621159
Mars 21, 2018
July 30, 2018
Kupka retrospective
PARIS. Featuring more than 300 works, the exhibition “Kupka Pioneer of Abstraction” covers the entire career of the Czech artists. It first presents his early figurative works marked by symbolism, his graphic works and caricatures for newspapers and magazines as well as his illustrations for books. Then it shows how his style evolved to pure abstraction and why Frantisek Kupka is now considered together with Robert Delaunay and Vassily Kandinsky as one of the founders of modern abstract art. Grand Palais. Square Jean Perrin, 75008 Paris. Open every day except Tuesday from 10am to 8pm, till 10pm on Wednesday. Admission : €14 / €10. Information : 0144131717
April 05, 2018
July 09, 2018
Artists & Robots
PARIS. This exhibition presents works by thirty-nine artists that have been made using increasingly sophisticated machines, robots and artificial intelligence. It ranges from works by Tinguely who used a painting machine animated by an electric motor to forms and sounds emerging from computers programs and algorithms in real time sometimes changing shapes according to our physical movements. A fun exhibition for kids. Grand Palais. 3 avenue du Général Eisenhower, 75008 Paris. Open every day except Tuesday from 10am to 8pm, till 10pm on Wednesday. Admission : €14 / €10. Information : 0144131717