At the moment
September 12, 2018
January 27, 2019
Mucha retrospective
PARIS. This exhibition dedicated to Alphonse Mucha traces the entire career of the Czech artist. Of course a large part focuses on his famous posters characterised by sinuous forms mixing young women, floral motifs, ornamental lines and pastel shades. A so called Mucha style that became synonymous with Art Nouveau. But the exhibition also looks at lesser known facets of his production. Decoration works, jewellery design, mystic paintings and historical works detached from all the European avant-garde artists, notably the Slavic Epic, a cycle of twenty monumental paintings. Musée du Luxembourg. 19 rue de Vaugirard, 75006 Paris. Open every day from 10.30am to 7pm, till 10pm on Friday. Closed on December 25th. Admission : €13 / €9. Information : 0140136200
September 13, 2018
February 10, 2019
From Impressionism to Fauvism
PARIS This exhibition presents 62 works, mainly paintings but also a few sculptures, by famous Impressionist and Fauves artists such as Bourdelle, Camille Claudel, Degas, Caillebotte, Raoul Dufy, Matisse, Gauguin, Monet, Picasso, Pissarro, Renoir, Rodin, Seurat and Van Gogh. All those works are on loan from private collections and are so rarely shown to the public. Some of them are even on display in Paris for the first time. Musée Marmottan. 2 rue Louis Boilly, 75016 Paris. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm. Admission : €12 / €8.50. Information : 0144965033
September 21, 2018
January 28, 2019
A few works by Caravaggio
PARIS. As too often in Musée Jacquemard André, the name of the temporary exhibition is well chosen to attract visitors but doesn’t reflect the reality. Titled “Caravaggio in Rome Friends and Enemies” the current one indeed presents only nine works by Caravaggio and many more paintings by other artists who were less talented than him. Musée Jacquemard André. 158 boulevard Haussmann, 75008 Paris. Open every day from 10am to 6pm, till 8.30pm on Monday. Admission : €16 / €13. Information : 0145621159
October 03, 2018
February 03, 2019
Giacometti exhibition
PARIS. Featuring some fifty works by Alberto Giacometti and twenty-five by other great modern sculptors such as Rodin, Bourdelle and Picasso, the exhibition “Giacometti: from tradition to Avant-garde” follows a chronological order and shows the evolution of the Swiss artist’s work. It sheds light on his little known pre-WW1 period before concentrating on his decisive encounter with the Parisian avant-garde that led him exploring a new style. In addition, lithographs by Giacometti himself and pictures by Brassaï, Denise Colomb and Sabine Weiss give an idea of his studio. Musée Maillol. 61 rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris. Open every day from 10.30am to 6.30pm, till 8.30pm on Friday. Admission : €13.50 / €11.50. Information :
October 03, 2018
February 04, 2019
Miro retrospective
PARIS. Featuring some 150 paintings, drawings, ceramics and sculptures, this retrospective spans the whole career of the surrealist Catalan artist. Following a chronological order, comprising sixteen themed rooms it highlights the multifaceted aspect of his work, its amazing diversity as well as his huge production. Grand Palais. Square Jean Perrin, 75008 Paris. Open Monday, Thursday and Sunday from 10am to 8pm, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 10am to 10pm. Admission : €13 / €9. Information : 0144131717
October 10, 2018
February 17, 2019
Virtual journey from Palmyra to Mosul
PARIS. Using the most recent digital techniques, the Arab World Institute’s new exhibition takes you to Palmyra, Mosul and Aleppo. Three age-old cities that have been largely destroyed in the last decade and it make revive some of their most beautiful monuments. It also evokes Libya’s most magnificent ancient Roman city, Leptis Magna, that has not been damaged so far but that is threatened due to the local political turmoil. In addition, a virtual reality corner allows visitors to explore six historical sites from the Arab World. Arab World Institute. 1 rue des Fossés Saint-Bernard, 75005 Paris. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm, till 7pm on weekend. Admission : €12 / €10. Information : 0140513838
October 26, 2018
January 27, 2019
Treasures of Kyoto
PARIS. This exhibition focuses on Rinpa decorative art movement which appeared in the beginning of the 1600s and whose influence is still felt to the present day. Divided in four sections, the exhibition first highlights the work of the founders Kōetsu and Sōtatsu, then famous followers from the 17th and 18th centuries before ending with present day artist representative of modern Rinpa. Among the masterpieces on display is “Wind God and Thunder God”, a painting by Koetsu designated a Japanese National Treasure, which is being shown in Europe for the first time. Musée Cernuschi. 7 avenue Velasquez, 75008 Paris. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm. Closed on December 25th and January 1st. Admission : €9 / €7. Information : 0153962150
November 27, 2018
April 07, 2019
Art of bamboo
PARIS. For the first time in France, an exhibition is dedicated to Japanese bamboo basketry whose history dates back to the 18th century when tea ceremony art arrived from China. Featuring 180 ancient and contemorary works, it shows how it evolved from craft to art over the century and presents masterpieces by some of the best living artists. Musée du Quai Branly. 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